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Jul 15, 2018
8:46AM

Pakistan govt declares day of national mourning today

Pakistan Government has declared a day of national mourning today, over recent terrorist attacks in Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in which nearly 150 people were killed. Caretaker Prime Minister Nasirul Mulk directed the Ministry of Interior to formally issue a notification to this effect. 

Meanwhile, the death toll in the Balochistan suicide blast targeting the election rally of Balochistan Awami Party (BAP) leader Siraj Raisani in the Mastung area, has risen to 130, as two more succumbed to their injuries. Terrorists targeted a gathering in the troubled province on friday, killing at least 128 people and injuring over 200 others. Raisani, who was a candidate from PB-35 (Mastung), was among those killed in the attack. Islamic State terror group claimed responsibility for the attack.

Five persons were killed in the Bannu area Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, after a bomb hit a rally of Akram Khan Durrani of Mutahida Majlis Amal.
 

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