At least nine people were injured in a blast in Pakistan’s south-western city of Chaman in Balochistan province on Saturday.
The blast site is reportedly located a few kilometres away from the nation’s border adjoining Afghanistan.
According to preliminary information, the explosives were planted on a motorbike. A bomb disposal squad has been called to ascertain the nature and impact of the blast, according to police.
On 17 February, a powerful blast in Quetta city killed seven people and injured at least 19 more after a suicide bomber detonated an explosive near a police vehicle stationed at the district court. Two officers were among the dead, according to law enforcement. The attacker tried to enter a rally being held by a Sunni religious sect and blew himself up when police tried to stop him.