Pakistan

Peshawar; 30 worshipers shaheed, 50 injured in suicide attack during Friday prayers

Peshawar -At least 30 worshipers have lost their lives and more than 50 have been harmed in a suicide bomb assault amid Friday supplications at a mosque in Qissa Khwani bazaar within the Kocha Risaldar range of Peshawar on Friday, police and protect laborers told.

The protect groups have surged the harmed to Lady Reading Hospital, whereas inhabitants and individuals of the neighborhood too made a difference in transporting the harmed on their cruisers and cars.
Prime Minister Imran Khan, Leader of the Resistance within the National Gathering Shahbaz Sharif, Insides Serve Sheik Rasheed, and other political pioneers condemned the blast. Police and security teams have cordoned off the region and begun to gather prove. In a articulation to the media, Advisor to KP Chief Serve Attorney Muhammad Ali Saif said that the blast took put amid Friday prayers. “Reportedly the fear mongers to begin with attempted to enter the mosque where they traded fire with the police,” said Barrister Saif.
He said that a fear based oppressor overseen to enter the mosque and carried out the attack. Speaking to Media, Peshawar Central City Police Officer (CCPO) Muhammad Aijaz favored the extraordinary assistant’s articulation, saying that two psychological militants attempted to enter the mosque and opened fire at the on-duty cops.
Moreover, Peshawar SSP Operations Haroon Al-Rasheed too said that the blast appeared to be a suicide attack. He said that both the on-duty cops were martyred by the terrorist’s fire. An onlooker distinguished a individual as dressed in dark as the suicide aircraft, saying he entered the mosque, shot and murdered the security watch to begin with and after that let go five to six bullets.

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