At least three killed in Charsadda blast

Updated Dec 30, 2013 11:05am
— File Photo
— File Photo

PESHAWAR: A bomb planted outside a house in Charsadda exploded on Monday and killed at least three people, including a woman and two children, DawnNews reported.

According to police, unknown miscreants planted the bomb outside the home of a local, which exploded causing a nearby house to collapse.

In the blast, a woman died along with two children while her husband and another child were receiving treatment at a hospital.

Charsadda lies close to Pakistan's troubled northwestern tribal region where troops have been locked for years in deadly battles with insurgents.

The city has seen attacks by militants in the past few years, with targets ranging from civilians to policemen and other law enforcement personnel.

Do you have information you wish to share with You can email our News Desk to share news tips, reports and general feedback. You can also email the Blog Desk if you have an opinion or narrative to share, or reach out to the Special Projects Desk to send us your Photos, or Videos.

More From This Section

Two polio cases reported

With fresh cases, the number of children hit by the crippling disease in the current year has reached 291.

Comments (1) Closed

US Defence News
Dec 30, 2013 06:50pm

It is not easy to root out this problem.For its eradication,proper planning is needed world wide co-operation is required.