File Photo: Miscreants lobbed a hand-grenade at a police mobile in Quetta that left five people injured: Photo taken from social media

Police mobile attacked in Quetta, 5 injured 

News Desk:

Unknown miscreants lobbed a hand-grenade at police patrolling mobile in Quetta’s Spini road on Thursday night. Police sources said the attack left five people including three policemen injured. The injured policemen rushed to civil hospital Quetta for medical treatment. Policemen were on routine patrolling when attacked by miscreants. Three injured were pedestrians

Police and personnel of other law enforcement agencies reached the spot as an investigation into the incident went underway. Emergency imposed in the hospital to treat the injured of the attack.

Chief Minister Balochistan, Jam Kamal Khan strongly condemned the terrorist incident and directed the police to arrest the culprits. He also directed the hospital administration to provide better health facilities to the injured.

Case registered in CTD Police Station 

Police registered a case against an unknown accused in the Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) police station. The case registered on the part of the Station House Officer (SHO) against unknown terrorists. The case includes terrorism, explosives, murder, attempt to murder, and other clauses.

So far, no group has claimed the responsibility for the attack. This incident has come more than two weeks after the terrorists targeted a police mobile in the Hazar Ganji area of Quetta. The attack had left three people dead and dozens injured.

Security tightened in and around Quetta city after an attack on a police mobile. Patrolling in all sensitive parts of the city increased and checking tightened at all exit and entry points of Quetta city. So far no arrest made in connection with the Quetta blast that left 5 people injured on Thursday night.

Police mobile attacked in Quetta, 5 injured 

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