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QUETTA – Six men, including an Awami National Party (ANP) leader, were killed July 13 while 10 others were wounded in an explosion near an ANP rally in Quetta, media reported.
The rally at Kuchlak Bazaar was in its first 15 minutes when a bicycle parked behind the stage exploded. ANP workers fired weapons into the air in anger, according to Geo News.
Pashtun Students Federation and ANP activist Malik Qasim died in the blast, and ANP Provincial President Aurangzaib Kasi and his wife were among the injured, media reported.
The injured and bodies were taken to Civil Hospital and Combined Military Hospital, Quetta, media reported.
The 7kg bomb damaged five vehicles and toppled electricity poles, media reported.