Blast in Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan stronghold, two Pakistani police personnel killed

Bomb blast in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border.

Blast in Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan stronghold, two Pakistani police personnel killed
The bomb exploded in Quetta

Two constables of Pakistani police guarding a dam have been killed in a bomb blast in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border. Regarding the matter, Bajaur district chief Abdus Samad Khan has told that two police constables were patrolling in the Raghavan dam of Bajaur district. Meanwhile, unidentified assailants detonated a bomb using a remote-control device, killing both of them. He further said that the police have cordoned off the area and search is on for the attackers.

Bajaur has been a stronghold of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP). TTP is a banned terrorist organization operating on the Afghanistan-Pakistan border. TTP has been attacking Pakistan Police and Army for decades. Talks are going on between TTP and Pakistan government in recent days. Both sides have agreed to a one-month ceasefire. Let us tell you that TTP has been trying to use the influence of the Taliban since the Taliban occupation of Kabul. 

The bomb exploded in Quetta, many were injured. There are also reports of explosions in the Nava Kili area of ​​Quetta, Pakistan. According to the report of news agency ANI, several people have been injured in the blast. Security and rescue officials have reached the spot. The injured have been admitted to the local hospital. Local police officer Asad Nasir has told that the blast happened near a police mobile. He said three to four kilograms of explosive material fitted in the motorcycle was used in the blast.