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Baloch Yakjehti Committee expresses concern over the recent blast in Balochistan
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Baloch Yakjehti Committee expresses concern over the recent blast in Balochistan

| @indiablooms | 09 Apr 2024, 04:21 pm

Baloch Yakjehti Committee has expressed concern over the recent bomb blast in Blaochistan's Khuzdar region which left three people dead and five others injured, media reports said.

The blast occurred when people were busy shopping for the upcoming Eid in the market.

" BYC expresses deep concern over last night's bomb blast at Umber Farooq Road, Kuzdar, which has resulted in the loss of three lives and left five individuals injured," BYC posted on X.

" The blast happened when people were shopping for Eid. Such tragic incidents are happening routinely in Balochistan, intensifying the genocide of Baloch people. We hold the authorities accountable for failing to prevent such incidents," the post said.

The post further said: "On the other hand, those responsible for these horrific crimes are facilitated and given the highest positions in state institutions. Last year, a similar massacre occurred in Mastung, resulting in fifty-seven deaths."

No group has claimed responsibility for the incident so far.

An initial investigation showed the explosives were reportedly planted on a motorcycle.

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