IED blast in Chaman injures 12

Two police officers are among the injured, explosion takes place near the Deputy Commissioner Office


Shezad Baloch August 07, 2014

CHAMAN: An improvised explosive device (IED) blast near the Deputy Commissioner Office in Chaman left at least twelve people injured on Thursday.

The injured, two of whom were identified as police officers, were taken to a local hospital for medical treatment. Two of the wounded are in critical condition.

The IED was planted on a motorcycle parked on Mall Road in Chaman, which is located in the Qilla Abdullah District of Balochistan.

Security forces have cordoned off the blast site and rescue operation is underway.

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US CENTCOM | 7 years ago | Reply

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the victims’ friends and families. We sincerely hope that they will find the strength to deal with this tragedy.

Ali Khan Digital Engagement Team, USCENTCOM

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