At least one border police official has been killed, and 11 others have been injured due to a bomb explosion in the city of Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, according to Pakistani media.
According to Pakistani media, this incident occurred on Monday, at around 10:30 AM local time, when a vehicle carrying Pakistani security forces in the “Warsak” area, located in Peshawar, the capital of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province in the northwest, was targeted. One person died in this incident, and 11 others were injured.
According to reports, among the 11 injured individuals, two are non-military personnel.
Pakistani police have said that this incident resulted from a bomb planted in the
military vehicle of the Pakistani forces.
So far, no specific individual or group has claimed responsibility for this incident.
In recent years, Pakistan has witnessed a significant increase in terrorist attacks, with experts believing that violence in Pakistan has become a daily occurrence, claiming the lives of hundreds of Pakistanis, especially the security forces.
On the other hand, the Pakistani government has consistently asserted that the recent surge in attacks in this country is due to the activities of the “Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan” group inside Afghan territory.
However, the interim government rejects the allegations and has consistently emphasized that they do not allow the use of Afghan soil against any country.