Eight Blasts In Five Days Kill Over 100, Terror Wave Hits Pakistan


It has more than 100 people have died in the recent wave of terrorist attacks in Pakistan starting from Lahore where they were targeted senior police officials.Which include the police and armed forces, judges and workers in the media and ordinary people, including women and children in eight terrorist attacks in five days, security forces have targeted?

And came all the four provinces and the Tribal Areas under these attacks.A suicide bombing attack on the most brutal of all the eight who died more than 70 people, including women and children, and more than 250 suffered critically injured in St Sophie Shrine of Hazrat Osman Almronde in Sehwan Sharif.

Death toll raises in a mausoleum it one of the worst attacks in Pakistan in recent years.Earlier in the day, three of Pakistani military personnel, including the captain died when a bomb exploded on a convoy in Awaran, Balochistan.

Starting from Monday, it has at least 13 people were killed and 80 others wounded in the suicide blast outside the Punjab Assembly. The DIG City Traffic Police Captain (Retd) Ahmad Zaidi shown and Acting drilling (Operations) Zahid Gondal among six police officials were killed in the attack.After hours of Lahore blast, cited large crackers officer along with a colleague while trying to defuse a bomb in Quetta.

Police and rescue sources said on Wednesday that at least one person was killed and 18 others, including five civilian judges wounded in a suicide attack in Hayatabad area in Peshawar.Judges have been targeted in an attack in Peshawar.

Earlier, on the same day Wednesday five people, including three members of the levies was martyred and wounded in a suicide attack on the headquarters of the agency Mohamand several others.Pakistani Taliban has claimed responsibility for the Jamaat-ul-Ahrar Lahore and Peshawar blasts while Daesh claims suicide attack Sehwan.