Bomb attack destroys Mosque wall in Peshawar

No casualties were reported till the filing of the report.

Riaz Ahmad/web Desk July 22, 2013

PESHAWAR: An explosion took place near a mosque late on Monday in Afghan Colony, Peshawar in the jurisdiction of Faqiarabd police station.

Initial reports suggest that the bomb was a low intensity one and damaged the walls of Mian Ahmad Jan's house located nearby.

Police reports initially claimed that the explosion was caused by a gas pipeline blast but a Bomb Disposal Squad (BDS) investigation confirmed that one  kilogram worth of explosives had been used in the attack.

"The purpose of the blast was to cause panic instead of causing physical damage. There were no casualties in the attack," said a police official.


ModiFied | 10 years ago | Reply Whole Muslim world went ballistic at the demolition of Babri mosque. Let us see how many come in street to protest now ? I bet, not even a single one.
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