Twin blast at Balochistan’s Dera Bugti, Pakistan; Four dead1 min read
According to a media source on Saturday, four persons were killed and eight others were injured in twin bomb blasts in Balochistan’s Dera Bugti on Friday.
According to the Dawn daily, the improvised explosive devices (IEDs) installed in a tube-well chamber on agricultural property in Sui Tehsil were detonated by remote control. The explosive killed three Pakistani soldiers and a Bugti tribal chief. So yet, no one has claimed credit for the blasts.
“Four persons were killed and eight others were injured in the bombings”, a Sui administration official said. The tub-solar wall’s penal, according to the official, was seriously damaged in the past night’s attack.
This comes only days after militants stormed a security checkpoint in Balochistan’s Kech area, killing ten Pakistani soldiers.
The administration of Imran Khan is concerned about the recent spike in militancy in Balochistan and elsewhere in Pakistan.