ages of 18 and 20,Â who was carrying about 6 kg (13 lbs) of explosives, carried out the attack,â€ said Dilawar Bangash,
police chief in the town of Kohat, where Wednesdayâ€™s bombing took place. Twenty Shia’s Muslims were wounded, hospital officials said.
Many shops were destroyed in the crowded Tirah bazaar.Witness Inayat Orakzai said: â€œThe bus, which was filled with
passengers, was about to take off when a teenage boy came near the door of the bus and blew himself up.â€
The Pakistani Nasabi-Wahabi Taliban terrorist movement, which is
linked to al Qaeda terrorists, claimed responsibility for a suicide
bombing incident, which claims lifes of 15 innocent people.
Security forces and Kohat police cordoned off Tirah Bazaar after the attack.
Leaders of Majlis-e-Wahdat Muslimeen and Jaffaria Alliance Pakistan
strongly condemns the killing of innocent Shia Muslims in the bloodyBack to top button
suicide blast and demanded of the stern Military operation against the
Wahabi terrorists backed by the Saudia regime and America.