DIG Hamid Shaikil, 2 policemen martyr in Quetta blast

A scene of the attack

A scene of the attack

Hamid Shakeel was appointed as the DIG motor transport and telecommunication after serving as a superintendent of police, senior superintendent and additional inspector general.

One of the wounded officers later succumbed to his injuries in the hospital, taking the toll to four.

Besides the DIG, the suicide attack claimed lives of two other officials.

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Balochistan has been at the centre of attacks by both armed religious groups such as the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (also known as the Pakistani Taliban) and armed ethnic Baloch separatists fighting for independence from Pakistan. After being promoted, Hamid Shakeel served as SSP operations, investigation, traffic and Qilla Abdullah in Balochistan.

The injured were rushed to the Civil Hospital Quetta for medical treatment.

Balochistan Governor Muhammad Khan Achakzai and Chief Minister (CM) Sanaullah Zehri strongly condemned the attack.

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There were no immediate claims of responsibility for the blast but an Islamic State group affiliate have claimed a string of recent attacks in the province.

On Oct 18, seven police officials were killed and 22 injured including civilians after a blast ripped through a police truck in New Sariyab, area of Quetta.

Suicide attacks have accelerated in the southwestern region of Pakistan, endangering a planned economic corridor with China. Nine people, including police officers, were wounded in the attack.

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In June this year, 14 people, including seven policemen, were killed and 21 others were injured in a suicide vehicle bombing on Gulistan Road in Balochistan.

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