PDM Spokesman Hamdullah among 3 injured in Mastung blast

PoliticsPDM Spokesman Hamdullah among 3 injured in Mastung blast

PDM Spokesman Hamdullah among 3 injured in Mastung blastThe Spokesman of the Pakistan Democratic Alliance (PDM) Hafiz Hamdullah among three people sustained injuries in a blast in Balochistan’s Mastung district on Thursday.

Sources said that the blast took place near the vehicle of Hamdullah.

The Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-F) Spokesman Aslam Ghauri told media that Hafiz Hamdullah suffered a minor injury in the blast.

Aslam Ghauri said that the injured were en route to Kalat from Qalat when the blast occurred. He said that they have been shifted to a hospital in Quetta now.

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