Reports have emerged Wednesday evening of two bomb explosions outside a girls' college in Dera Ismail Khan, another city in the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. This comes just a day after a dastardly attack by Taliban on a school that left 142 people dead, mostly young school children.
According to preliminary reports posted on social media, Pakistan TV channels are reporting two bomb blasts outside a degree college in Dera Ismail Khan, which is one of the 26 districts in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. The capital of the district is the town of Dera Ismail Khan.
Pakistani TV reports claimed that the police are on the scene and as of now no casualities have been reported.
No injuries were reported in the blasts according to reports, however Pakistani media was seen giving the news much importance as it came a day after the deadly school attack.
Pakistani security forces rushed to the scene of the blasts and cordoned off the area.
The town of Dera Ismail Khan is located roughly 118 miles (304km) south of the city of Peshawar. As of now, no group has claimed responsibility but the suspecion is likely to fall on Taliban.
Another blast in #Pakistan outside girls college. What do these fanatics want after all?
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