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10 killed in suicide attack outside Pakistan's Sufi dargah in Lahore

Image result for 10 killed in suicide attack outside Sufi shrine(M. Zulkarnain) Lahore, 8 May (language) A teen Taliban suicide bomber blew himself up on Wednesday in Pakistan's oldest and most famous Sufi shrine. In the incident 10 people died and 25 others were injured. Among the dead, five police commandos are also included. Pak month of Ramzan is still being celebrated in Pakistan. Police said that there was a powerful explosion at around 9.30 in the morning outside the gate number two of the 11th century Dada Darbar Dargah. The Data Darbar is the largest Sufi dargah in South Asia where



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(M. Zulkarnain) Lahore, 8 May (language) A teen Taliban suicide bomber blew himself up on Wednesday in Pakistan's oldest and most famous Sufi shrine. In the incident 10 people died and 25 others were injured. Among the dead, five police commandos are also included. Pak month of Ramzan is still being celebrated in Pakistan. Police said that there was a powerful explosion at around 9.30 in the morning outside the gate number two of the 11th century Dada Darbar Dargah. The Data Darbar is the largest Sufi dargah in South Asia, where police personnel are also deployed for safety. It appears in CCTV footage that a teenaged boy wearing a black salwar kameez and a bomb with a bomb goes closer to the vehicle of policemen and flies himself with a bomb. Lahore police spokesman Sayed Mbseer told PTI, "The suicide bomber was about 15 years old and did not do any suspicious activity before blowing himself with a bomb." He said that 10 people, including five policemen, were killed in the blast. Are. More than 20 injured have been undergoing treatment in Mayo Hospital, Lahore, in which six cases are serious. He told that two suspects have been detained. Jamat-ul-Ahrar (Jaea), who is separated from Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP),
has taken responsibility for the attack. Mr. Mubashir said, "Jamat Ahar has taken the responsibility of attacking the social media, but we can not confirm it before the investigation." Police Inspector General of Police Arif Nawaz told reporters that this was a fidayeen attack and their target was Sufi saint Ali was the vehicle of policemen standing outside the Hazari's dargah. Sufi saint Ali Hajwari is famous as Data Durbar. He said suicide bombers came near the vehicle of policemen and blew themselves up. Five policemen were killed in the attack and others were seriously injured. According to the local media, the impact of the blast was so strong that windows of nearby vehicles and buildings were broken. In the video footage released on television, many cars standing around the dargah are damaged. Lahore's Deputy Commissioner Salah Sayeed told the media that one of the dead people brought in the Mayo Hospital was a suspected assailant. He said, "It was a fidayeen attack. Ball bearings have also been used in the attack. "The medical superintendent of Mayo Hospital Dr Yar Mohammad said the number of people who died was nine. They said, "We have found dead bodies of nine people, including the bodies of policemen. The situation of the six wounded is fragile and the doctors are trying their best to save their life. "The attack was done on Wednesday the second day of the Pakistani month of Ramzan. The Dada Darbar is a densely populated area and thousands of people visit the Dargah every day. Traffic police warden Rizwan Ahmed said, "I was on my duty when I heard a loud bang from nearby. I reached the scene and saw people clothed with blood. I tortured the police at the emergency number and admitted two injured to the Mayo Hospital. "During the blast, Safia Bibi was about to enter the dargah from the gate number two. He is injured in the incident. In Mayo Hospital, he told reporters that he had come here with his daughter to take blessings of Sufi saint. Safiya said, "My daughter had gone inside the dargah and I was behind her when I heard a loud bang. I fell unconscious My unconsciousness broke down in the hospital where I saw my daughter sitting near. Thank Allah that my daughter is safe. "Prime Minister Imran Khan strongly condemned the attack and directed the Punjab government to provide all possible assistance to those injured in the blasts and the kin of those killed. According to a release issued by the Punjab government, Punjab Chief Minister Usman Bahadar also condemned the attack and ordered a report from the Chief Inspector General of Punjab and the Additional Chief Secretary of the interior, while ordering an inquiry into the matter. Provincial law minister Bashrat Raza said that the number of people who died could increase because the condition of some of the injured is fragile. They said, "We condemn this act of cowardice". For the investigation, the area has been encircled and relief operations are being started. Dargah has been evacuated and devotees have been evacuated from the scene. Entrance to the Data Darbar has been banned since the incident. The educational institute situated near the Dargah has been closed till Thursday. Police and Anti-Terrorism Department personnel and forensic officers are present in large number and are collecting evidence from the spot. The Inspector General of Police said that after the completion of the investigation they will share its information. All regional police officers and city police officers have been instructed to check the security situation in their respective areas and to remain vigilant during the month of Ramzan.

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