Financial support announced for the families of martyred security guards

Tuesday, June 30th: According to the report of Baaghi TV, a private security company and Pakistan’s leading fashion designer Maria.B have announced aid for the families of the security guards who were martyred in the terrorist attack on the Pakistan Stock Exchange in Quaid-e-Azam city of Karachi.

The CEO of a private security company said that he would bear the expenses of the families of the martyrs under his SOP. Shaheed Iftikhar Waheed and Khuda Yar were residents of Dir. Iftikhar Waheed has been posted on the stock exchange since December 2016. Shaheed Khuda Yar has been working on the stock exchange since December 2014.

The chief executive officer of the security company further said that two security guards of the company Waqas and Shahzeb are in the operation theater.

Leading Pakistani fashion designer Maria.B has also announced the help for security guards. A tweet on the social networking site Twitter said that Maria.B’s team has contacted Iftikhar Waheed’s son. They are also trying to contact Khudaiyar’s family

Earlier, the welfare organization JDC also announced Rs 2 lakh assistance for the widows of Shaheed Guards. According to reports, security guard Iftikhar, who was martyred while foiling a terrorist attack on the Pakistan Stock Exchange, was the father of five children. One child was not mentally fit. His earning was just 18 thousand rupees.

Terrorists attacked the Pakistan Stock Exchange yesterday, killing seven people, including a policeman and two security guards of the stock exchange, while the forces retaliated by sending all four terrorists to hell.

According to police, police and Rangers personnel killed two terrorists while trying to enter the stock exchange, while two more terrorists were killed on the spot and the terrorists could not enter the stock exchange building.

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