Kamekaji attack in Balochistan

In Pakistan's violence-hit Balochistan, a suicide attack took place on Saturday. Two policemen, including three Chinese nationals, were injured in this attack.

According to information provided by the police, the suicide bomber threw a pick-up truck made in Iran into the bus carrying foreign nationals. All these people were going to 'Signad Copper-Gold Mine' in Durban, located near Pakistan's Iran and Afghanistan border.


At this time hundreds of Chinese nationals are working on various projects under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) in Bleuchistan. Chinese citizens used to work in gold and copper mine. On condition of anonymity, the official said that he used a pick-up truck of Iranian company, which is usually used to carry oil. The truck was completely damaged in the attack while the bus was also badly damaged. Three Chinese civilians and two personnel of the Frontier Constabulary were injured in the attack, who were deployed to protect foreign nationals. The injured have been admitted to Arabian Hospital in Durban. They said that the security forces started the investigation by siege the area. This is the first attack after the elections held in the country on July 25. Terrorists associated with Pakistan Taliban and other terrorist groups often carry out such attacks
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