Gas pipeline blown up in Peshawar

Police say main supply line of natural gas connecting Peshawar to Hyatabad blown up by terrorists.


Riaz Ahmad March 28, 2012

PESHAWAR: Unknown men blew up a gas pipeline on Ring Road within the jurisdiction of the Bana Marhi police station in Peshawar on Wednesday morning.

Police said that the main supply line of natural gas which connects Hyatabad to the city was blown up by unknown terrorists.

“A low intensity bomb had been attached to the line which exploded, creating a hole in the pipeline,” said local SHO Bashirdad while talking to The Express Tribune.

He added that the device was of at least one kilogram intensity and the main purpose of the blast was to create panic.

The SHO said that there was no loss of life in the explosion.

COMMENTS (2)

Ravish | 9 years ago | Reply

India should put a liability clause for Pakistan and Afghanistan in the TAPI pipeline, holding them responsible for security of pipeline in their respective territories.

Its (still) the Economy Stupid | 9 years ago | Reply

Incidents like this one shows that iran pakistan and TAPI gas line are not physible due to poor security in Pakistan. Keep it up and very soon talk of these pipe lines will disappear from the news too.

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