ISLAMABAD: A hand grenade attack on a police station on Tuesday in southwestern Pakistani province of Balochistan, wounded eight people including policemen, said officials.
According to police, unknown motorcyclists hurled a hand grenade at New Sariab police station situated in the outskirts of Quetta city of Balochistan causing injuries to eight people.
Security forces reached the site immediately and cordoned off the area to carry a probe into the incident. However, the attackers managed to flee the scene after throwing the hand grenade.
The victims of the explosion were shifted to Civil Hospital Quetta for treatment where the condition of three wounded people were reported as critical. (QNA)