“Pakistan: 80 people killed and 200 injured in bomb attacks”

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Islamabad-: A procession was taken out on Ird-e-Milad (Barabfat), the birth anniversary of Prophet Mohammad. There were two bomb blasts at two places in Pakistan. It was told that the first blast took place in Mastung Mosque of Balochistan. In which a DSP rank officer of police also lost his life and 54 people died. When this bomb blast occurred, everyone was celebrating Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi. The second bomb blast took place in a mosque in Hangu city of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. All these bomb blasts were suicides. It has also been reported that many people are buried under the debris of the collapsed buildings.

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Another 200 were injured and 80 innocent people were killed in an unprecedented series of bomb attacks that took a horrifying toll in Pakistan that shocked the entire country. The attacks, which took place across active public areas, have shocked the entire country and torn families and communities apart.

The victims were simply going about their daily business and were subjected to despicable violence leaving grieving family and friends behind. The nation is now united as it mourns, supports those affected and comes together to condemn the people for this despicable act.

Pakistan has shown astounding resilience in the face of such anguish. Communities come together in order to provide aid and comfort to the bereaved families as well as the injured. In these trying times, hospitals and emergency services have been working tirelessly, showcasing the commitment and compassion of those working in healthcare.


Relief actions were launched the the government, as well as a number and organizations and individuals to assist the victims and relatives of the victims. Across the country, vigils and memorial meetings are being scheduled, allowing people to come together, share their sorrow for and glory the lives lost.

This awful incident serves as an alarming reminder of the challenges that society faces. It challenges unity, compassion, and collective actions that eradicate violence and promote peace. In further than lamenting the loss of these 80 lives and pray for the injured people’ swift recovery, the nation affirms the determination and strength of the Pakistani people, who last in the face of adversity.

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