15 killed as blast targets election office in Pishin

Politics15 killed as blast targets election office in Pishin

At least 15 people were killed and more than 28 further suffered injuries when a blast occurred in Pishin Town of Balochistan on Wednesday.

Sources said that the blast targeted an election office of an independent candidate in Balochistan Assembly Constituency PB-47 Pishin-l.


Meanwhile, the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has taken notice of the blast in Pishin, and asked the Chief Secretary and Inspector General of Police (IG) Balochistan to submit a report in this regard.

The ECP also issued instructions to initiate an immediate inquiry against persons involved in such violent incidents.

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