A market explosion in western Pakistan resulted in at least four fatalities and more than 12 injuries.
According to reports in the media, an improvised explosive device is thought to have caused the explosion on Sunday morning.
According to preliminary investigations, explosives may have been installed on a motorcycle before it exploded at the Rakhni Market in Barkhan, Balochistan province, according to a report by Pakistani broadcaster GEO TV and local authorities.
According to reports, the bomb was so powerful that it wrecked surrounding automobiles and shops.
“Four persons passed away. The injured were transferred to the closest hospital, according to Sajjad Afzal, a police officer with Barkhan.
Injuries caused by the explosion range from 10 to 14 according to local media reports.
Abdul Quddus Bizenjo, the chief minister of Balochistan, denounced the explosion and urged officials to use every legal means at their disposal to apprehend those guilty.
Those who kill unarmed civilians are enemies of mankind.
In order to further their wicked intentions, terrorists “create ambiguity. Nonetheless, we won’t let anti-state extremists prevail, the minister declared on Twitter.
The minister made a commitment that the government will implement a successful counterterrorism plan.
After the event, local security authorities reportedly blocked off the area and stopped traffic to gather evidence.
Balochistan province is said to have experienced an increase in violent incidents recently, including bombs and targeted attacks, prompting enhanced security measures and worries about public safety.