20 September, 2014 / Ziqa'ad 24, 1435

Armed militants attacked a passenger train and killed four people including a FC personnel and injured around a dozen in Bolan district of Balochistan on Saturday night, an official said.  - Photos by Agencies

A Pakistani man helps an injured train passenger girl at a hospital after an attack on the Jaffar Express train, in Quetta on early Sunday morning 6, 2012. – Photo by AFP
A Pakistani man helps an injured train passenger girl at a hospital after an attack on the Jaffar Express train, in Quetta on early Sunday morning 6, 2012. – Photo by AFP
Pakistani men shift an injured train passenger at a hospital after an attack on the Jaffar Express train. – Photo by AFP
Pakistani men shift an injured train passenger at a hospital after an attack on the Jaffar Express train. – Photo by AFP
A Pakistani man looks through a broken mirror on the Jaffar Express train after an attack at a railway station in Quetta. – Photo by AFP
A Pakistani man looks through a broken mirror on the Jaffar Express train after an attack at a railway station in Quetta. – Photo by AFP
A Pakistani man walks past a broken mirror on the Jaffar Express train after an attack at a railway station in Quetta
A Pakistani man walks past a broken mirror on the Jaffar Express train after an attack at a railway station in Quetta
Passengers are seen through a broken window of a train which was attacked by gunmen, at a railway station in Quetta January 6, 2013. Four people were killed and around a dozen were injured after armed militants attacked the passenger train in the Bolan district of Balochistan on Saturday night, according to local media. – Photo by Reuters
Passengers are seen through a broken window of a train which was attacked by gunmen, at a railway station in Quetta January 6, 2013. Four people were killed and around a dozen were injured after armed militants attacked the passenger train in the Bolan district of Balochistan on Saturday night, according to local media. – Photo by Reuters

Comments (4) (Closed)


Shehzad Zafar
Jan 07, 2013 06:43am
Please dont attack poor people who travel by train or buses. If attackers who also belong to poor community then they must have the courage to attack those points which relate to their anguish.
A Common Man
Jan 07, 2013 11:36am
Why is there so much violence? Where has humanity gone wrong? Why do we hurt others? Have we become heartless? Or has the Almighty forgotten us?
Masood Mehdi
Jan 07, 2013 09:45am
Let us be united against the terrorism and fight for our freedom
Faisal
Jan 07, 2013 12:36pm
Not Almighty, just our army is busy doing property business and having fun, i wonder if our Pak army cant control domestic terrorist, how they will defend us at borders? Bunch of Talibans are uncontrollable, what about giant enemies cross border?