Pakistani policemen investigating on the crime scene.—File Photo
Pakistani policemen investigating on the crime scene.—File Photo

PESHAWAR: A roadside blast damaged a private clinic in Peshawar, DawnNews reported on Thursday.

According to police officials, the blast occurred on Kohat Road near Sikkim Chowk. No loss of life was reported.

The blast damaged the private clinic’s pharmacy and smashed its windows.

Police said the explosives were set up in the immediate vicinity of the private hospital and the area has been cordoned off.

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