2 policemen martyred, 2 injured in Khuzdar distant management blast: police – Pakistan
No less than two policemen have been martyred and one other two injured in a “remote-controlled blast” in Balochistan’s Khuzdar district on Saturday, in line with a police official.
Khuzdar Station Home Officer (SHO) Muhammad Jan Sasoli informed Daybreak.com that Khuzdar Superintendent of Police (SP) Fahad Khan Khoso’s safety squad was focused close to the Jhalawan Complicated in a “remote-controlled blast”.
He stated one policeman died on the spot whereas one other succumbed to accidents on the District Headquarters Hospital, Khuzdar the place the injured have been moved for medical therapy.
“SP Khuzdar’s squad was patrolling within the space when the blast occurred,” SHO Sasoli stated, including that extra police contingents reached the blast website and cordoned off the realm.
“A search operation is presently underway,” the SHO added.
CM Bizenjo orders ‘foolproof security’ of area
Balochistan Chief Minister Abdul Qudoos Bizenjo condemned the incident and extended condolences to the families of those martyred and injured.
“Such cowardly acts cannot demoralise our security forces,” he said. “The people of Balochistan are standing side by side with the security forces”.
Bizenjo added that the menace of terrorism will be defeated.
He also prayed for the injured policemen and issued instructions that the best medical facilities be provided to them.
“Steps should be taken for foolproof security of the area,” he ordered.
Balochistan Home Minister Mir Ziaullah Langove also condemned the blast and instructed the district administration to provide medical treatment to the injured.