Grenade attack in Quetta injures 10

Four children and two police officials are among the injured.

Web Desk October 15, 2013
Four children and two police officials are among the injured. PHOTO: FILE

HAZARGANJI: A hand grenade attack injured at least 10 people in the Hazarganji area of Quetta, Express News reported on Tuesday.

Four children and two police officials were among the injured. They were taken to hospital and there were no serious injuries.

Unidentified attackers reportedly targeted the vehicle of a police constabulary.

The police have cordoned off the area.

On September 19, at least 10 people, including a child and a woman, were injured in a grenade attack at Balochistan Constabulary Line in Quetta.

Among the injured was a Balochistan Constabulary operative and a levies officer.


sultan ahmed | 9 years ago | Reply

Joint military operation, as proposing by some quarters concerned looks indispensable for totally sweeping this menace.

US CENTCOM | 9 years ago | Reply

The terrorists continue to cross all lines in their bid to spread fear and chaos. Their long list of crimes leaves very little to ponder in regards to their dangerous objectives. The people of the region have suffered enough at the hands of these ruthless terrorists. We hope that the ones responsible for orchestrating these heinous crimes are brought to justice and punished to the fullest extent of the law. We also wish a quick and speedy recovery to those who have been injured. We fully support Pakistan in its war against the extremist organizations, and hope to see peace prevail throughout the region.

Ali Khan DET, United States Central Command

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