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According to Pakistani media, the blast took place in the residential area, so there is a problem in the rescue.

The blast took place in a madrasa in Peshawar in Pakistan on Tuesday morning. Seven children died in it. 70 people are injured. Many of them are in critical condition. The cause of the blast is not yet known.

Senior police officer Waqar Azim said that someone had left a bag in the Jamia Juberia madrasa in Dir Colony and exploded shortly thereafter. Peshawar SSP Mansoor Aman said the cause of the accident is being ascertained. Madrasa is in residential area, so there was a problem in the rescue. The injured have been admitted to the Lady Reading Hospital in Peshawar.

There was an attack in Peshawar’s school six years ago

An army school was attacked by gunmen at 10:30 am on December 16, 2014 in Peshawar, Pakistan. 132 children were killed in it. Seven Taliban terrorists entered through the back door of the school. He had automatic weapons in his hands. They headed straight to the school auditorium. He fired indiscriminately on innocent people present. After this, the terrorists entered each classroom and started firing. After a few minutes the corpses lay inside the school.

Principal shot in front of children

In front of the children, the terrorists had also roasted the principal of the school, Tahira Kazi, with bullets. Innocents were also forced to see this. The terrorists lined up some children and roasted them with bullets, and then fired bullets on some hidden children until their body was shattered. About 40 minutes after this massacre, the Pakistan Army took over the front. In an operation that lasted for about six hours, the army killed seven terrorists.

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