ISLAMABAD: Foreign Office of Pakistan very strongly responded to killing of 5 Pakistanis in South Africa. Pakistan’s foreign office spokesman in a statement demanded to arrest the robbers and expatriate the bodies of the killed Pakistanis. South African Ambassador in Islamabad has been contacted by Foreign office.
Cape Town police are searching for one of two gunmen who shot and killed five Pakistani nationals during a robbery last night. Police spokesperson, colonel Tembinkosi Kinana, says one suspect was arrested. He says two men entered a house in Rocklands, Mitchells Plain, late last night which was used as a bakery. Kinana says they demanded the safe before firing shots at the six occupants. He says four people died on the scene while one of the two other victims died in hospital. A 28-year-old man will appear in the Mitchells Plain magistrates court soon on a charge of murder and robbery.