Peshawar – In breaking news a bomb blast on Warsak Road, Peshawar has injured 4 people including 3 children. Authorities suggest that 4 kg of explosives were hidden in a cement block near the road.
The injured individuals were immediately escorted to the Lady Reading Hospital. Sources suggest that 2 of the children are in critical condition whose ages are between 7 years and 10 years.
In a statement from the Superintendent Police Arshad Khan, who was present at the site of the incident, suggested that the blast took place around 9:10 am today on Warsak Road, Peshawar. The blast radius suggests that approximately 4 kilograms of explosives were hidden in a cement block on the roadside.
Arshad also stated that a Search Operation has been started by the police of the surrounding area and he also suggests that it’s difficult to say who the intended target was.
Right after the explosion, Rescue 1122 teams and the police rushed to the area. Two vehicles in the area alongside the nearby buildings were broken due to the sheer force of the blast.
The Mayor Metropolitan Zubair Ali stated that explosions near schools are just meant to disturb the peace and order of the community.