Police suspect Baluchistan freedom fighter are responsible for the attack

Baluchistan: At least two people were killed and three others injured in the Baluchistan province of Pakistan when a bomb concealed in a motorcycle went off in Panjgur's Chatkan Bazaar area, local media reported citing police officials.

The blast killed two civilian passers-by and wounded three Frontier Corps personnel, said Samaa TV reported citing officials.

The area has been cordoned off by the security forces. And injured people were taken to the District Headquarters Hospital.

Condemning the act, Baluchistan Chief Minister Abdul Quddus Bizenjo said that targeting innocent civilians is a cowardly act.

Panjgur district lies in the western Makran division of Baluchistan. In the past, Chatkan Bazar had faced terrorist attacks.

Earlier in March 2019, at least two people were killed and nine others were injured in a motorcycle blast at the Bazaar. The bombing had caused a gas cylinder in a shop to explode, triggering a fire that destroyed five vehicles and three motorcycles, according to Samaa TV.