The ECHRD Condemns the Killing of Four civilians in a Suicide Bombing in Pakistan

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Press Release

Today, Wednesday, April 27, 2021, the Egyptian Coalition for Human Rights and Development (ECHRD) condemned the suicide bombing that was claimed by a Pakistani separatist group, yesterday, Tuesday, which killed four people, including three Chinese and a number of injured, in an attack targeting their car near a Chinese institute affiliated to the University of Karachi, in southern Pakistan.

It is worth noting that the perpetrator of the terrorist attack was a woman who blew herself up in a truck that was parked near the gate of the institute, where the Chinese language is taught to local students in the coastal city.

Chinese enterprises are regularly attacked by separatists in Balochistan province, where Beijing is involved in massive infrastructure projects as part of the Belt and Road Initiative. The separatists oppose the government’s lucrative mining and energy projects in the area, arguing that the local population does not benefit from these investments.

The ECHRD condemns all terrorist attacks aimed at terrorizing civilians and directly affecting their right to life.

The ECHRD also rejects all forms of violence and terrorism used by some extremist groups around the world in order to achieve non-collective interests.

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