Hand grenade attack in Pakistan’s Quetta, one killed, 13 injured in blast

Blasts in Pakistan: One person lost his life while 13 others were injured in a hand grenade blast in Quetta, Pakistan on Friday. A woman is also among the injured. The blast took place near an auto rickshaw on Sabzal Road on the outskirts of Quetta. Pakistani newspaper Dawn quoted police sources as saying that some unidentified bike riders attacked a security post on Sabzal Road. Thrown a hand grenade but it fell near the auto rickshaw passing through the area. 

Recent blasts in Pakistan

Another such incident took place in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Kohat on Thursday where an unidentified man hurled a grenade at the police station near the old toll plaza of the Kohat Friendship Tunnel. However, the bullet did not explode. Police said the hand grenade was thrown from a van but it did not explode.

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