Chinese consulate attack: Pakistani policewoman praised for brave face-off with BLA terrorists

  • Suhai Aziz Talpur nominated for Quaid-e-Azam Police Medal (QPM)
Pakistan

LAHORE – Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Suhai Aziz Talpur added another feather to her cap on Friday when she led a crucial operation, foiling a terror attack near Chinese Consulate in Karachi’s Clifton.

Talpur has a distinguished past as she was the first woman from lower Sindh to reach the ASP rank in the police department after passing the CSS exams.

Earlier today, three terrorists of the Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA) carried out an attack, attempting to barge into the consulate when the security forces responded to the situation effectively.

A joint operation, comprising Rangers and police officials, was conducted to neutralise the assailants. From the police side, SSP Suhai Aziz Talpur was at the forefront to foil the terror bid.

During the attack, all the three terrorists were killed, while four people, including two police officials, were martyred.

Pakistan forces foil terror attack on Chinese Consulate in Karachi, 3 terrorists killed

After the consulate was cleared, Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah reached the consulate to meet the consul general where IGP Sindh Kaleem Imam was also present.

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Both the chief minister and the IGP appreciated the heroic performance in the operation. In a video clip, the Sindh police chief can be seen patting Talpur on his shoulder over fighting the terrorist courageously.

IGP Dr Kaleem Imam has also nominated her for Quaid-e-Azam Police Medal (QPM).

The social media users also hailed the lionhearted police officer.

Prime Minister Imran Khan also appreciated the security official for foiling the terror bid. He also ordered a probe into the matter to expose the face behind the coward activity.

He termed the incident an attack on the Pakistan-China friendship and economic cooperation, adding that such forces cannot spoil the bilateral ties.