pakistan DG Khan: Three blasts in the premises of Dargah Sakhi Sarwar, 36 killed
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pakistan DG Khan: Three blasts in the premises of Dargah Sakhi Sarwar, 36 killed

Islamabad : Pakistan | Apr 03, 2011 at 10:10 AM PDT
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pakistan / DG Khan ... Dera Ghazi Khan Dargah Sakhi server complex succession three explosions 36 people were killed, and susy more injured, killed hunyualun women and children included, rescue officials said a bomber suicide jacket including arrested. rescue sources of Hazrat Sakhi Sarwar Sultan Ahmed An explosion in the premises of the shrine's main gate, the second water tank, while the third blast happened while the third blast in shrine complex after two blasts happened in a while the market close was determined. According to reports, the first two blasts are reported suicide, court blasts at a number of people including women and children were present, killing four children and eight women hunyualun included. rescue the injured 26 sourcesD. DHQ hospital more than twenty injured when a primary health center has been brought generous server where many people are told serious condition, rescue officials after blasts of the shrine complex, a suicide bomber jacket police seized including is referred to, for whom the investigation has shifted to unknown place. kughyry police and border police took the field and one is being allowed bahrjany. Protestors strife after the explosion and police victims of violence. seriously injured were shifted to Multan.

fazalsubhan is based in Islamabad, Federal Capital Area, Pakistan, and is a Stringer for Allvoices.
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