Bomb blast in Pakistan's shopping mall, one person killed, many children and women injured
Eight people were injured in the attack. The injured were taken to the Civil Hospital. Police said the window panes of the shop were shattered by the blast. There was chaos in the area after the blast.
Bomb explodes again in Balochistan province of Pakistan. One person was killed in a bomb blast in a shopping mall on Saturday. There is also news of seven other people injured in this blast. A senior local police official said the bomb disposal squad had found evidence that a remote-controlled IED was used in the "terrorist attack" in Awaran district.
The Pakistan police official said, “Women and children are among the injured. The condition of some people is critical. One person has died while seven others have been taken to the district headquarters hospital, the official said. Balochistan Chief Minister Mir Abdul Quddus Bizenjo condemned the attack in a statement and expressed condolences.
Earlier in August, a landmine exploded in Pakistan's restive Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, killing at least three people and injuring five others. Police had informed that the incident took place in Mir Ali Tehsil area of North Waziristan. A bike hit a landmine, killing the occupants of the two-wheeler. Along with this, five other people present at the blast site were injured.
Even about 3 months ago there was a bomb blast in Balochistan province of Pakistan in which at least eight people were injured. Police said the incident took place on Mekongi Road in Quetta when an unidentified person on a motorcycle hurled a hand grenade at a shop. Eight people were injured in the attack. The injured were taken to the Civil Hospital. Police said the window panes of the shop were shattered by the blast. There was chaos in the area after the blast.