Blast heard in Quetta

Windows of nearby buildings shattered in fourth blast of the day.


Web Desk May 11, 2013
File photo of a blast crime scene. PHOTO: REUTERS/ FILE

QUETTA: An explosion was heard in Quetta on the morning of election day in Pakistan Saturday, reported Express News.

Windows of buildings near the site of the explosion shattered due to the impact.

This is the fourth blast of the day, with twin blasts in Karachi killing at least six people and another in Peshawar wounding seven people.

There are no other details of the blast in Quetta yet.

COMMENTS (2)

Usman786 | 8 years ago | Reply

all these blast show the poor planning and execution of security agencies. time for COAS to hand over leadership to younger commanders

Tufan Agha | 8 years ago | Reply

We defied the terrorists and voted in Quetta. Army, FC and police were alert. The only problem occured when Chief Justice Pakistan came for voting in Accounts academy & voting was stopped for general public. This created commotion amongst the people and they left without voting due to resentment. This also created hurdles for the commuter as the traffic was blocked.

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