Highlights of the story
- No one has yet claimed responsibility for the attack.
- Balochistan Chief Minister Mir Abdul Qutb Bijenjo has strongly condemned the attack
The blast took place on Tuesday in the CB district of Pakistan’s southwestern Balochistan province. Five people were killed and 28 were injured in the crash. First came the news that 3 people had died, then the number rose to 5.
According to Geo News, the Medical Superintendent of the CB District Hospital has confirmed that three bodies have been shifted to the hospital after the blast near Thandi Road in the CB District. Police said 29 of the injured have been taken to the district hospital for treatment. No one has yet claimed responsibility for the attack.
Violence has been raging for days in Balochistan, which borders Iran and Afghanistan. Baloch rebel groups have previously carried out several attacks targeting the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project and security personnel in the region.
Balochistan Chief Minister Mir Abdul Qutb Bijenjo strongly condemned the attack and ordered authorities to provide better medical care to those injured in the blast.
Let us tell you about the March 4 suicide bombing at a mosque in Peshawar, Pakistan. Of these, 57 were killed and 200 were injured. Earlier, on March 3, a bomb exploded in Quetta, Pakistan. Of these, 3 were killed and 24 were injured, including a police officer.
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