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At minimum 25 individuals are killed and 120 wounded in suicide bomb attack on a mosque in Pakistan 

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At least 25 people today ended up killed and 120 have been wounded in a suicide bomb assault on a mosque in Pakistan. 

The bomber detonated his suicide vest as some 150 worshippers – like a lot of policemen from nearby law enforcement places of work – had been praying inside of the mosque in Peshawar, northwest Pakistan. 

The effect of the explosion collapsed the roof of the mosque, which caved in and hurt quite a few, according to Zafar Khan, a local police officer. 

A survivor, 38-12 months-old law enforcement officer Meena Gul, reported he was inside the mosque when the bomb went off. 

A suicide bomb attack collapses roof and kills worshippers as a mosque in Pakistan

A suicide bomb assault collapses roof and kills worshippers as a mosque in Pakistan

At least 25 people were killed and 120 were injured

At minimum 25 men and women ended up killed and 120 ended up injured

Khan said several of the wounded were stated in essential condition at a medical center and there have been fears the dying toll would rise.

He said he will not know how he survived unhurt. He could hear cries and screams following the bomb exploded, Gul claimed.

Rescuers scrambled making an attempt to take out mounds of debris from the mosque grounds and get to worshippers even now trapped below the rubble, police claimed. 

Rescuers scrambled trying to remove mounds of debris from the mosque grounds and get to worshippers still trapped under the rubble

 Rescuers scrambled striving to take out mounds of debris from the mosque grounds and get to worshippers even now trapped under the rubble

The bomber detonated his suicide vest as some 150 worshippers - including many policemen from nearby police offices - were praying inside

The bomber detonated his suicide vest as some 150 worshippers – including numerous policemen from close by police workplaces – were being praying within

The impact of the explosion collapsed the roof of the mosque, which caved in and injured many, according to Zafar Khan, a local police office

The effects of the explosion collapsed the roof of the mosque, which caved in and wounded many, according to Zafar Khan, a local police workplace

Khan said several of the wounded were listed in critical condition at a hospital and there were fears the death toll would rise

Khan mentioned a number of of the wounded were being listed in critical condition at a medical center and there were fears the loss of life toll would rise

Primary Minister Shahbaz Sharif in a assertion condemned the bombing and ordered authorities to make certain the very best doable professional medical cure for the victims. 

He also vowed ‘stern action’ from all those who have been guiding the attack.

Former Key Minister Imran Khan also condemned the bombing, contacting it a ‘terrorist suicide attack’ in a tweet on the net.

The ex-PrimeMinister wrote: ‘My prayers & condolences go to victims families.

‘It is essential we increase our intelligence accumulating & appropriately equip our police forces to combat the increasing menace of terrorism.’

Peshawar is the capital of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province bordering Afghanistan and has been the scene of repeated militant attacks.

Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif in a statement condemned the bombing and ordered authorities to ensure the best possible medical treatment for the victims

Key Minister Shahbaz Sharif in a statement condemned the bombing and ordered authorities to ensure the most effective probable medical therapy for the victims

Emergency services rushed to the scene to help those who are injured

 Emergency companies rushed to the scene to help individuals who are injured 

Some worshippers are being treated outside the mosque and some in critical condition are being rushed to hospital

Some worshippers are getting addressed outside the mosque and some in vital situation are becoming rushed to hospital 

Emergency service have tapped off the mosque and the area

Emergency company have tapped off the mosque and the area 

Former Prime Minister Imran Khan also condemned the bombing, calling it a 'terrorist suicide attack' in a tweet online

Previous Primary Minister Imran Khan also condemned the bombing, contacting it a ‘terrorist suicide attack’ in a tweet online

Rescuers scrambled trying to remove mounds of debris from the mosque grounds and get to worshippers still trapped under the rubble, police said

Rescuers scrambled hoping to clear away mounds of particles from the mosque grounds and get to worshippers nevertheless trapped less than the rubble, law enforcement claimed

38-year-old police officer Meena Gul, who wasinside the mosque when the bomb went off, said several of the wounded were listed in critical condition at a hospital and there were fears the death toll would rise

38-year-aged police officer Meena Gul, who wasinside the mosque when the bomb went off, said several of the wounded had been outlined in vital ailment at a hospital and there were being fears the demise toll would rise

Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif in a statement condemned the bombing and ordered authorities to ensure the best possible medical treatment for the victims

Primary Minister Shahbaz Sharif in a assertion condemned the bombing and purchased authorities to make sure the very best attainable clinical cure for the victims

Peshawar is the capital of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province bordering Afghanistan and has been the scene of frequent militant attacks

Peshawar is the cash of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province bordering Afghanistan and has been the scene of regular militant assaults

No 1 immediately claimed obligation for the bombing, said Saddique Khan, a senior police official in Peshawar who gave the most current casualty tolls, but the Pakistani Taliban have been blamed in equivalent suicide assaults in the earlier. 

The Pakistani Taliban, are known as Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan or TTP, and are a individual team but also a close ally of the Afghan Taliban, who seized electric power in neighbouring Afghanistan in August 2021 as U.S. and NATO troops have been in the last levels of their pullout from the nation immediately after 20 years of war.

The TTP has waged an insurgency in Pakistan more than the earlier 15 several years, fighting for stricter enforcement of Islamic legal guidelines in the place, the launch of their users who are in federal government custody and a reduction of the Pakistani army existence in the country’s former tribal locations.

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