Blast kills at least 7 at pro-Palestine rally in southwest Pakistan

Blast kills at least 7 at pro-Palestine rally in southwest Pakistan
Blast kills at least 7 at pro-Palestine rally in southwest Pakistan

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - ISLAMABAD — A bomb explosion on Friday targeting a pro-Palestinian rally killed at least seven people and injured 14 in Pakistan's Chaman city located in the restive southwestern province of Balochistan, local media reported.

According to local police, explosives were packed into a motorbike parked near the vehicle of a religious leader taking part in the rally who he escaped unhurt.

Provincial government spokesman Liaquat Shahwani said security forces swiftly sealed the area and a police search was underway to find those behind the attack.

Chief Minister of Balochistan Mir Jam Kamal Khan along with provincial ministers strongly condemned the blast and expressed sorrow over the loss of lives.

Chief Minister said practical measures would be taken against those elements involved in the incident to bring them to justice saying no one would be allowed to destabilize the peace.

Thousands of people rallied across Pakistan on Friday in support of Palestinians, hours after a ceasefire was announced between Israel and Hamas which governs the Gaza Strip.

Friday's Chaman blast comes just weeks after a suicide bombing in Quetta at a luxury hotel where the Chinese ambassador was being hosted. — Agencies


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