One killed, six injured in Chaman explosions

The first explosion occurred near the Customs Office at the Friendhsip gate at the Pak-Afghan border in Chaman.


Web Desk July 22, 2013
Pakistani security personnel remove the body of a blast victim after a bomb explosion at the border town of Chaman on July 11, 2013. PHOTO: AFP/FILE

CHAMAN: Two separate explosions occurred in Chaman, Balochistan on Monday, killing one and injuring six, including two customs officials, Express News reported.

The first explosion occurred near the Customs Office at the Friendhsip gate at the Pak-Afghan border in Chaman.

One person died as a result of the first explosion, while six, including two customs officials, of the injured were shifted to the hospital.

The first explosion seemed to be a suicide attack, security officials said.

A second explosion took place at Levies Line in Chaman.

Chaman and the Pak-Afghan friendship gate have previously come under attack by terrorists.

As many as seven people were killed, including an Afghan security guard and ten others, including four Frontier Corps (FC) members, sustained injuries in a suicide bomb blast on July 11 in Chaman.

As many as seven people, including one Afghan security man, were killed, when a suicide bomber blew himself up on July 12 at the Pak-Afghan border in Chaman, Balochistan.

COMMENTS (1)

A J Khan | 8 years ago | Reply

Afghanistan Intelligence outfits are in action. Unless the border is fenced, we will continue facing such problems on western border. Some has to standup for the rights of Pakistan.

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