According to the initial police report, four people were killed. For a long time, the western province of Luchi has been the site of local nationalist organizations to launch rebellions.
On Wednesday, April 21, the bomb exploded in the parking lot of a luxury hotel in Quetta, western Pakistan. According to a preliminary police report reported by the Associated Press, at least four people were killed and nine others were injured.
The victims were transported to hospitals in the area, and Pakistani news channels broadcast images of burning cars.
Provincial government spokesperson Liaquat Shahwani (Liaquat Shahwani) said the bombing was an act of terrorism. However, Mr. Shahwani did not provide more details on this subject. “The enemies of Pakistan are behind today’s attack”, He just said.
Quetta is the capital city of Baluchistan Province, which has long been the site of rebellions led by separatist groups such as the Asluchistan Liberation Front and the Luchistan Liberation Army. For decades, the latter organized attacks to declare its demands for independence. The Taliban also exist in this part of the western part of the country.
Currently, no one has launched an attack.