ISLAMABAD, September 30. (ITAR-TASS). - To 44 people has increased the number of victims of two bomb blasts on Sunday near one of the main markets in the city of Peshawar (north-western province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa). According to local media outlets, over 100 people were injured.
According to latest data, the terrorists first blew up a hand grenade, and then set off a bomb planted in the car parked near the market. The explosion completely destroyed over 50 trade stands.
Earlier media reported that the attack occurred near a police station in a busy area of Peshawar, but later the police denied this.
So far, none of the terrorist group has claimed responsibility for the incident.
This is the second major terrorist attack in Peshawar in the past two weeks. September 22, an explosion near a Christian church killed 78 people.