IED blast in Pakistan: Two killed, 26 injured as labourers targeted in Chaharmang

An IED blast Friday struck restive tribal region of northwest Pakistan, killing two persons and injuring 26 others

PTI August 11, 2017 17:24:48 IST
IED blast in Pakistan: Two killed, 26 injured as labourers targeted in Chaharmang

Peshawar: An IED blast Friday struck restive tribal region of northwest Pakistan, killing two persons and injuring 26 others.

The blast occurred in Nawagai tehsil of Chaharmang area and targeted labourers, the political administration officials said.

Political authorities told that a vehicle carrying labourers was hit by a roadside IED, killing two labourers and injuring 26 others. The injured were rushed to the Agency Headquarters Hospital where condition of some of the injured labourers were stated to be critical.

The security forces rushed to the site and have started search operation. The blast comes as the army is busy in Operation Khyber-4 in Rajgal Valley, which also borders the Pakistan-Afghan border.

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