Bomb attack in Pakistan: 6 dead

Bomb attack in Pakistan: 6 dead

"The war against terrorism is not over".

Dead bodies and the injured were rushed to the Civil Hospital in Quetta and the site of the explosion was cordoned off by security forces soon after the blast. He further said that a forensic team from Lahore would arrive in Quetta tomorrow (Thursday) to aid in the probe.

He added, "Terrorists plan their activities from Afghanistan while India's Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) along with Afghanistan's National Directorate of Security (NDS) facilitate the terrorists carrying out their attacks in Pakistan".

Baloshistan has witnessed several blasts and targeted killings in the past few months.

"These cowardly attacks can not shake our unflinching national resolve against terrorism and extremism", the prime minister said in a statement.

The loss of precious lives in terrorist attack in #Quetta is regrettable & highly condemnable. The participants prayed peace to the departed souls and wished early recovery to the injured. He said, "I would like to convey my heartfelt condolences to the families of the victims and wish strength and endurance to all those who suffered from the attack".

"Balochistan is on the forefront of this fight and we will not stop until there is not a single terrorist left in the area", he added. He also said that these cowardly attacks would not hinder the security forces in executing their duties.

Chief Minister of Balochistan Sanaullah Khan Zehri condemned the attack and called for the best possible medical treatment to the injured.

Fifteen people, including eight soldiers, were killed when a suicide bomber targeted a military truck near the Pishin bus stop in Quetta on August 13. In a separate attack in Quetta, a police officer was gunned down by assailants riding on a motorcycle, authorities said. At least 12, including nine policemen, were also injured in the attack, according to police sources.

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