Peshawar police. – AFP File Photo

PESHAWAR: A bomb blast near the residence of Malik Nadeem of Pakistan People’s Party-Sherpao on Tuesday injured three people in Peshawar, DawnNews reported.

According to initial reports, the blast took place on Dilazak Road in Faisal Colony.

Security and rescue officials reached the site and cordoned off the area immediately after the incident.

The unknown miscreants planted explosive material near the hujra of the PPP-S local leader and later detonated it with a remote control device. The blast injured three persons and partially damaged the boundary wall of the hujra.

The injured were rushed to Lady Reading Hospital where their condition was stated to be out of danger.

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