Pakistan IED blast: Explosion kills two security personnel, no group claims responsibility
An Improvised Explosive Device (IED) blast near a security check post today killed two security personnel in restive northwest Pakistan near the Afghan border
Peshawar: An Improvised Explosive Device (IED) blast near a security check post today killed two security personnel in restive northwest Pakistan near the Afghan border, officials said.
The incident occurred in Khurram agency near Pakistan-Afghan border.
The troops were fetching water from a reservoir when an IED went off.
The rescue teams rushed to the spot when two more IED exploded, killing two troops and injuring four others, officials said.
No group claimed responsibility for the attack. The entire area was sealed and the security forces launched a search operation to nab the culprits.
"We are going to speak to the IMF because we see disruptions ahead just when our economy is recovering and all the indicators are positive," Dawn newspaper quoted Imran Khan as saying
Before the postponement, 14 league matches were conducted between 20 February and 3 March.
India and Pakistan have not played bilateral series for many years now due to political tension between the two countries.