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Chinese authorities have given an additional Rs6 million to the families of policemen who were martyred during an attack on Chinese consulate in Karachi.
Chinese Consul General Wang Yu handed over the cheques to the family members in a ceremony held in Central Police Office (CPO) Karachi.
The families were also given Rs 6 million earlier.
Wang Yu told that citizens of China are collecting donations to raise money to help the families of the two policemen.
Sindh Inspector General Kaleem Imam thanked the Chinese authorities for their compassion.
Slain police officer Ashraf Dawood and constable Mohammad Amir were martyred during last week’s attack on the Chinese consulate general.
Dawood, 48, lived in Lyari. He joined the Sindh police in 1990. Mohammad Amir lived in Neelam Colony, opposite the shrine of Hazrat Abdullah Shah Ghazi, in Clifton.
The attack was foiled and all three militants were killed.