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Peshawar Blast on July 18.

Peshawar Suicide Blast: One martyred, six injured in attack on FC vehicle

In Hayatabad, the Tehreek-e-Jihad Pakistan claims responsibility for the attack on FC vehicles

In Peshawar, a suicide attack near a paramilitary force vehicle wounded several people and led to the death of the attacker; another “martyr” also died, a high-ranking police official said.

Newly formed militant group Tehreek-e-Jihad Pakistan claimed responsibility.

“One martyr, seven injured, but all stable,” the high-ranking official said.

Professor Shehzad Akbar Khan, director of the Hayatabad Medical Complex, confirmed that two people were injured by the explosion and that both were stable. Other injured were transferred to the CMH hospital, he said.

Peshawar police reported that the explosion was the result of a suicide attack on a vehicle of the paramilitary Frontier Corps.

Taking “effective action” after 12 soldiers were killed in two attacks over the past two days, the Pakistani army said on Friday it was serious about militant safe havens in Afghanistan.

More than 100 people were killed earlier this year when a bomb exploded in a mosque in Peshawar, reversing a ceasefire agreement.

The same militant group attacked a Balochistan military base last week.

The intense fighting that followed resulted in the deaths of seven soldiers and one civilian. According to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), six militants were killed after being cornered in a building complex.

Frontier Corps (FC) Camp in the Muslim Bagh area in Northern Balochistan was attacked early on Friday morning, according to the ISPR.

“At least two of the terrorists have already been killed by security forces in Muslim Bagh in Balochistan; 12 Corps is supervising the operations”, military sources said.

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