KARACHI - A young non-Muslim girl, who wanted to change her religion, jumped from the first floor of City’s local court on Thursday after seeing her parents.

According to details, a non-Muslim girl namely Sunita wanted to convert to Islam to get marry with a Muslim boy. But she got panicked when she saw her parents in the court and jumped from the first floor of the building.

Sunita got severe wounds. Police took her into detention and shifted her to nearby hospital.

BLAST FLAYED: Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah has strongly condemned the suicidal blast at headquarter of Pakistan Rangers in North Nazimabad.

He condemned such acts of terrorism and pledged firm belief that anti-state and anti-people forces would be crushed with iron hand.

Qaim also talked to Sindh Rangers Director General and Sindh Inspector General of Police and inquired about the details of the incident and losses.

He directed them to have constant vigilance on the movement and activities of those anti-state and anti-social elements. Their intention and obligations be dealt accordingly and peaceful atmosphere be maintained in Karachi and other parts of the province.

He expressed grief condolences and demise of martyred personnel and sympathies with the injured persons and staff of the rangers. The chief minister has directed the Sindh health secretary and KMC administrator to provide best treatment to injured persons.

He has directed police, rangers and other law-enforcment agencies to be careful and proper coordinated measures be evolved to combat the situation.