least three people were killed and
nine others, including a Policeman,
were injured in a remote-controlled
blast on Saryab Road in Quetta on
May 27, reported Daily Times.
Superintendent of Police (SP) Sikandar
Tareen said explosives were planted
underneath a donkey cart, while
the target was a patrolling Police
van. He said unidentified militants
detonated the explosives when the
patrolling vehicle of New Saryab
Police Station passed by. Three
passers-by, including, two onboard
the donkey cart and rickshaw driver
were killed, while nine others,
including a Station House Officer
(SHO), sustained injures, he said.
A spokesman for the United Baloch
Army (UBA) who introduced himself
as Mureed Baloch claimed responsibility
for the blast.
the principal of Public School,
identified as Muzaffar Jamali, and
his nephew Abdullah (8) were killed
and three others, including two
girls and the driver were injured
when armed militants opened fire
on their car in Kharan District
on May 26, reports Dawn.
Sources said the incident took place
when Muzaffar Jamali was going to
the school in his car with his nephew
and two related girls. The armed
men attacked the car near the PTCL
exchange in Kharan town, killing
Jamali’s nephew, Abdullah, on the
spot. Jamali, his driver and the
two girls who were injured in the
attack were taken to the Kharan
District hospital where Jamali succumbed
to his injuries.
Jeiand Baloch, a spokesman for the
Baloch Liberation Army (BLA), claimed
responsibility for the attack. He
said that Jamali “worked for state
agencies” and for that reason he
was eliminated. He claimed that
Jamali was killed in reaction to
the ongoing paramilitary operations
in Kharan and Nushki Districts.
However, the spokesman regretted
the killing of his nephew who was
travelling in the same car.
another incident, at least 10 people
were injured when two blasts exploded
at Mannan Chowk and Kasi Road in
Quetta, reported The News.