ISLAMABAD: At least two persons were killed and more than 18 were injured when a blast hit a passenger train in Pakistan's southwest province of Balochistan on Monday morning
The blast took place as four bogies of Jaffer Express on way from Quetta to Rawalpindi derailed after an explosion that occurred on railway track near Shori station on Monday, Pakistan's Geo News reported.
The injured were shifted to the local hospital for immediate medical aid.
Among the injured some are said to be in critical condition.
Police said that it was a remote controlled blast. The entire area has been cordoned off and hunting for the miscreants. (QNA)