In a recent turn of events, two separate bomb attacks targeted offices of major political parties in Kalat and Mastung, Pak-occupied Balochistan. While no fatalities were reported, two individuals sustained injuries in the blasts.
In Mastung, a hand grenade was hurled at the election camp office of the National Party. The explosion injured Ghulam Maheedi and Abdul Aziz, who were subsequently rushed to DHQ Hospital. Police responded cordoning off the area and launching a search operation.
Meanwhile, in the Kalat district’s tehsil of Manchhar, an unidentified group targeted the Pakistan Peoples Party’s election office with a similar hand grenade attack. No casualties were reported at this location as well.
These bomb attacks come amidst heightened tensions in the lead-up to Pakistan’s upcoming general elections. Pak-occupied-Balochistan, long plagued by violence by the Pak Army, has witnessed calls from some nationalist and freedom-fighters to boycott the polls. These groups have urged the public to abstain from participating in the electoral process.
Therefore, these incidents show the attempt of the freedom fighters to remove the facade of Pak Army by conducting rigged elections in Pak-occupied- Balochistan.