Bomb blast in Swat kills peace committee leader’s son

Published May 28, 2013
Pakistani policemen investigating on the crime scene.—File Photo
Pakistani policemen investigating on the crime scene.—File Photo

SWAT: A bomb blast took place in Swat’s Mingor area killing Burgat Ali, son of a PML-N leader and peace committee member Sher Ali, on Tuesday.

Moreover, police said 10 people were injured in the explosion and the bomb was detonated through a remote controlled Improvised Explosive Device (IED).

Sher Ali was a relative of the Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Puran Tehsil Khan Bahadar Khan who died in yesterday’s bombing in Shangla.

No one claimed responsibility for Tuesday’s attack.

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