Peshawar blast: Six FC personnel wounded, one martyred

Peshawar blast: Six FC personnel wounded, one martyred

Peshawar blast: Six FC personnel wounded, one martyred

Five killed, one wounded in Karachi’s Arshi Centre fire incident

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PESHAWAR: At least six Frontier Corps personnel got injured and one martyred in a bomb blast near FC vehicle on Warsak Road in Peshawar on Monday, Bol News reported.

Two civilians also got wounded. Rescue teams have been dispatched towards the site of the incident, the Rescue 1122 spokesperson said. He said the blast took place near Prime Hospital.

Providing the first aid, Rescue 1122 officials transferred the hurt people to hospital. Security forces have cordoned off the area and launched hunt for the culprits.

SP Warsak Division Muhammed Arshad Khan said ostensibly, it was an IED blast, however the Bomb Disposal Squad would confirm nature of the blast.

Lady Reading Hospital MTI Spokesperson Muhammed Asim said the number of injured in the blast incident had climbed to nine. The spokesperson said six FC personnel and three civilians were hurt and two of the FC personnel were in critical condition.

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“All the injured are being provided medical assistance and the hospital administration is looking after them,” he said.

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