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Seven injured in grenade attack on National Party’s office in Turbat

Seven injured in grenade attack on National Party’s office in Turbat
December 12, 2016

QUETTA, 12 December: At least seven people were injured in a hand grenade attack on National Party’s office in Turbat district of Balochistan on Monday, police said.

According to police unidentified militants hurled a hand grenade on the office of National Party located on the district courts road. The hand grenade exploded with a big bang in which seven workers of the National Party got injured.

The injured party workers were shifted to hospital where doctors said condition of four of the injured persons was critical.

Police informed that the office of the National Party was slightly damaged in the blast. The perpetrators managed to flee from the spot after the attack, police said.

Police and Levies personnel reached the spot and cordoned off the area. They conducted a joint search operation in the area, however, no arrest had been made yet. The responsibility of the attack has not been accepted so far.

It merits mentioning here that National Party is sharing power with the PMLN in the province.

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