Senior police official killed in Pakistan blast

Senior police official killed in Pakistan blast

Senior police official killed in Pakistan blast

A senior police official was martyred and at least 10 other people, including two police officials, were injured in a blast near Boghra Road in Balochistan's Chaman area on Monday morning, Balochistan Government Spokesperson Anwarul Haq Kakar, the Dawn News reported.

As per reports, the blast occurred near Boghra Chowk in Chaman targeting the vehicle of the District Police Officer Killa Abdullah, Sajid Mohmand Sajid Khan Mohmand.

The DPO Chaman Sajid Khan Mohmand and other police officials among over 12 persons received injuries in the blast and were rushed to the Civil Hospital Chaman for medical treatment but in the meantime, the DPO succumbed to his injuries.

The Pakistani Taliban also took credit for plotting that attack, and claimed it killed seven security personnel, though the militants often issue inflated casualty tolls.

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Interior Minister Chaudhary Nisar has condemned the blast and asked the authorities to present report of explosion.

An emergency alert has been issued in all the nearby hospitals.

No one immediately claimed responsibility for the bombing in Chaman, which is near the Afghan border town of Spin Boldak.

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