Terrorist’s head removed from Pakistan blast site, death toll rises to 93

Posted By: Anwesha Adhikary | Posted: Jan 31, 2023 4:05 pm| Updated: February 1, 2023 1:27 PM

Terrorist's Head Removed From Pakistan Blast Site, Death Toll Rises To 93 |  Sangbad Pratidin

Daily digital news desk: The death toll in suicide bombings at Pakistani mosques is rising by leaps and bounds. It is reported that 93 people have been killed so far in the suicide blast on Monday. At least 221 people were seriously injured. On the other hand, the investigation team recovered on Tuesday the head of the terrorist who caused the explosion. The militant’s head was separated from the body by the intensity of the explosion, the initial assumption of the investigators. The Pakistani Taliban have already accepted responsibility for this terrible explosion.

Peshawar Blast Police Officer Mohammad Aizaz Khan said: “Initially, it is believed that the militant entered the mosque disguised as a policeman. The official police vehicle drove him to the mosque square. At that time several policemen they went to pray at the mosque. The militant evaded the security check by blending into the crowd.” Then, at around 1:30 pm, the Peshawar mosque was rocked by a suicide blast.

[আরও পড়ুন: ইজরায়েলের বন্দর অধিগ্রহণ আদানির, হস্তান্তর অনুষ্ঠানে হাজির নেতানিয়াহু]

Aizaz also said that a head was found during the rescue operation after the explosion. Initially, he is believed to have separated himself from the suicide bomber’s body. After Monday, the Peshawar police will also conduct rescue operations on Tuesday. 93 bodies have already been recovered. Rescuers fear many more bodies will be found in the rubble. As a result, the police estimate that the death toll will rise.

The Tehreek-e-Taliban (TTP) claimed responsibility for the suicide bombing at the Peshawar mosque. The commander of the jihadist organization, Sarbaqf Mohammed, claimed responsibility for the attack. Pakistan Taliban or Tehreek-e-Taliban is continuously wreaking havoc on Pakistani soil. According to a recent report, various jihadist organizations have become more active since the establishment of the Taliban regime in Afghanistan. TTP has carried out several attacks, especially in Pakistan. Despite repeated talks, the Pakistani administration was unable to force the organization to lay down its arms.

[আরও পড়ুন: ‘বিশ্বজুড়ে আর্থিক মন্দার মাঝেও আশার আলো দেখাচ্ছে ভারত’, দাবি IMF রিপোর্টে]

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