Armed men entered into a Police training center on Monday and detonated explosives in the province of Baluchistan. The Pakistan attack claimed the lives of 51 police trainees.
A highly placed official from Pakistan noted that around 120 people had been wounded. Most of the injured were also either paramilitary troops or police trainees.
According to another security official, the death toll from the Pakistan attack was 61 dead. Security forces have revealed that the attackers on Police training center were in contact with people in neighboring Afghanistan.
The attackers belonged to a banned terror network. ISIS has claimed responsibility for Pakistan attack on police training center in Quetta.
The Pakistan attack on police training center started with four to six gunmen firing and rushing to the hostel. The training center is located in a suburban part of the capital Quetta.
One of the witnesses told a local newspaper that the attackers fired shots so the trainees had to rush towards safety. Some of them climbed the roof and jumped on the other side in order to save their lives. Continue reading