Bomb Blast In Pakistan: At least 56 people died and 102 were injured in two suicide bomb blasts one after the other in Pakistan on Friday (September 29). The first blast took place in Mastung area of Balochistan province of Pakistan, in which 52 people were killed and dozens were injured. At the same time, the second blast took place in Hangu Mosque of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province during Friday prayers. According to Dawn’s report, 4 people died while 12 were injured.
According to the report, 30 to 40 worshipers were present in the mosque at the time of the blast. Hangu District Police Officer Nisar Ahmed has confirmed the casualties and injuries. He said that the blast took place when Friday sermon was taking place in the mosque.
People buried under the debris
An officer said, "Due to the explosion, the roof of the mosque collapsed and about 30 to 40 people may be trapped under the debris." The officer further said that heavy machinery has been called to remove the dead bodies and injured from the debris.
52 killed in Balochistan bomb blast
Earlier, at least 52 people were killed and dozens were injured in a suicide blast near a mosque in Balochistan province. Regarding the blast, the police said that it was a suicide blast. He told that the blast happened during Friday prayers.
Attack near Madina Masjid
Mastung Additional Commissioner Ata-ul-Muneem told Dawn that the blast took place when people were gathered for the Milad un-Nabi procession near Madina Masjid on Alfalah Road. Were gathering for.
Treatment of the injured is ongoing
In this case, Chief Executive of Martyr Nawab Ghaus Bakhsh Raisani Memorial Hospital, Dr. Saeed Mirwani said that dozens of people are being treated in the hospital, while 20 More injured people have been referred to Quetta. At present no terrorist organization has taken responsibility for the attack. At the same time, Pakistani Taliban has immediately distanced itself from it.
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