Airport attack: KEDA demands compensation of losses


KARACHI: President Karachi Electronic Dealers Association (KEDA), Muhammad Idrees, on Monday urged the government to announce compensation to businessmen whose goods lying at the cargo area of Karachi Airport were set ablaze in a terrorists strike on Sunday night.

In a statement, President KEDA said that the business community had suffered losses of millions of rupees due to terrorists strike in the cargo area of Karachi airport but no announcement was made by the government to provide compensate of those losses which had triggered anxiety amongst affected businessmen.

He said that in order to avoid such incidents in future, the government must install scanners at all the entry and exit points of the city in order to stop influx of explosives in the financial hub of Pakistan, which contributes massive chunk of more than 67 percent to the national exchequer and plays leading role in the economic development of the country.

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