Quetta blast: Case registered against unknown accused

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Quetta blast: Case registered against unknown accused

Staff Reporter :

Police registered a case against unknown accused in connection with the Quetta blast. A hand-held bomb attack left 10 people injured in the Samungli road area of Quetta. The case registered at the Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) on the part of Station House Officer (SHO) Saddar, Shehzad Baig, police sources told Quetta Voice.

In the first information report (FIR), a clause of murder, attempt to murder, terrorism, subversive act, etc included police mentioned. So far, no arrest made regarding the bomb attack in the Samungli area. The Balochistan government has tightened security in the city after the terror attack. Police and frontier corps personnel deployed at all sensitive parts of the city to maintain law and order situation. Police and FC have increased patrolling in various parts of Quetta city to keep a vigilant eye on the people. Checking at all exit and entry points tightened after the bomb attack.

The terror attack took a place in Quetta after months since the security situation improved. Security forces conducted successful operations against banned militant outfits in Quetta and other parts of Balochistan.

Investigators visit the spot of the bomb attack

The investigators also visited the spot of the attack at Samungli road and collected evidence to probe into the incident. The miscreants lobbed a hand-held bomb at the labourers working on a roadside in Samungli area of Quetta. The escaped unhurt from the spot. Two children were also among the injured of the blast.

Quetta city has suffered the worst type of targeted killings, kidnappings and bomb explosions that claimed scores of precious human lives in the past. Since then, security is tight in and around the city to avoid the occurrence of any untoward incident.

Quetta blast: Case registered against unknown accused

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