Three-day mourning being observed in Sindh over Sehwan Sharif blast
CM Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah visited shrine and Taluka Hospital Sehwan last night.
Three-day mourning is being observed in Sindh from today [Friday] over the Sehwan Sharif suicide blast.
The national flag is flying at half-mast on all the government and other important buildings.
Quran Khwani and Fateha Khwani will be held after Juma prayers for the departed souls along with prayers for early recovery of the injured.
Meanwhile, security at all the shrines in the province has been enhanced, and strict measures are being taken to ensure safety of these places and of lives and properties of the people.
All shrines in Sindh have been closed for general public in view of yesterday’s tragic incident at Lal Shahbaz Qalander.
Meanwhile, security has been tightened in Karachi, and Rangers personnel have been deployed at Abdullah Shah Ghazi Mazar and all shrines in the city.
The people have also been advised to remain vigilant and report any suspicious activity to the police.
Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah visited the shrine and Taluka Hospital Sehwan last night and inquired about the health of the victims.
The Sindh government has declared a three-day mourning.
IG Sindh A D Khawaja said the Dargah has been sealed. The security has also been strengthened at all public and religious places in the province especially at Shrine of Great Poet and Sufi Saint Hazrat Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai.