The Pakistani police have announced that as a result of a bomb explosion in Peshawar, three children have been injured.
Pakistani media reported on Tuesday that this incident occurred around 9:10 AM today in the Warsak area of Peshawar when a bomb exploded on the street.
According to authorities in the country, three individuals were injured as a result of this event, all of whom are children. Arshad Khan, the head of Warsak police, stated that immediately after the explosion was reported, police and rescue teams were dispatched to the scene, and the injured children were transferred to a private hospital.
This Pakistani official has declared that four kilograms of explosives, which had been placed in a cement block beside the road, were used in this explosion. However, Khan emphasized that the area has been cordoned off, and further investigations are underway.
Meanwhile, the spokesperson for Lady Reading Hospital in Peshawar has described the condition of two of the injured children as critical.
It should be noted that the children injured in this explosion are between 7 to 10 years old.
Meanwhile, Pakistani officials have continuously urged the Taliban-led government in Afghanistan to take decisive action against Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan members who are operating from Afghan territory.
The Taliban, on the other hand, has consistently denied these allegations and asserted that they would not permit any group or individual to exploit Afghanistan’s territory for launching attacks on neighbouring countries.
These developments highlight the ongoing tensions and concerns regarding cross-border terrorism in the region.