Islamabad, July 1 — At least 22 people were killed and over 60 injured in twin bomb blasts that occurred in Quetta city of Pakistan’s Balochistan province Sunday night, local media and officials said.
Hospital officials said the dead bodies, including of women and children, and over 60 people with multiple injuries were brought to the hospital. The injured included 20 crtically wounded, Xinhua reported.
The incident occurred in the religious seminary of Shia Muslims in the city’s Hazara Town.
No group or militant organisation immediately claimed responsibility.