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Balochistan: one killed and six injured in explosions and firing incidents


Quetta: Three persons including two police men sustained injuries one serious in an explosion here Friday. In another explosion has been reported near Hazarganji National Park in Mian Ghundi area no damage was reported. According to details, Police stopped a rickshaw for routine search near Pod Gulli Chowk on the outskirts of Metropolis. During search, a bomb planted with the leg of Rickshaw driver exploded. Due to explosion said rickshaw driver and two policemen Jahanzeb, Javaid and Abdul Ghani sustained injuries. Condition of Jahanzeb was stated to be serious and he was shifted to hospital for treatment. (The frontier post report

While Urdu news papers report suggest that three person including two policemen were injured while they step over a landmine planted on Sabzal road area by some unknown militants. As a result of the explosion police officials Jhanzeb, Javid Maindad and a passerby Anwar zaeb sustained injuries. Jhanzeb is said to be serious condition.

A man identifying himself as Basham Baloch, a spokesman for armed Baloch group BLF (Baloch Liberation Front) has accepted the responsibility for attacking the police team on Sabzal Road Quetta.

Another bomb exploded in Mian Ghundi area along Quetta-Mastung road near Hazarganji National Park here on Friday. Police said that a locally made bomb was planted alongside the road in Mian Ghundi which went off causing explosion, but there was no damage or injury to anybody.

Grenade hurled on house in Quetta: Unidentified men hurled hand grenade on a house located in Almo Chowke in Quetta on Thursday night, but no loss of life or injury was reported in the attack, sources said.

The grenade went off with huge explosion which could be audible from far and wide places while the shock also shattered windowpanes of nearby buildings but luckily no loss of life was reported in the incident, sources said.

A settler killed and three injured in Gwader: Unknown armed motorcyclists open fire on a group of non-Baloch settlers in Gwadar here on Friday. As a result of the firing one settler was killed and three others were injured. The attackers managed to flee after the attack.

Courtesy: The frontier post & Daily Tawar

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