Foreign hand in railway track blast can’t be ruled out: Rind

Hyderabad—Deputy Inspector General of Police Hyderabad Khadim Hussain Rind has said that the possibility of the foreign hands can not be ruled out in the blast occurred on main railway track near Tando Jam causing derailment of nine carriages of a freight train.The enemies of Pakistan always engaged in destabilising the country and creating unrest among the countrymen, however, their nefarious designs will be foiled by law enforcment agencies with the cooperation of people, DIG said this while talking to media after attending the reception of Hyderabad Chamber of Small Traders and Industry here on Tuesday. He said the preliminary investigation into the incident revealed that two explosive devices were fixed at the track which uprooted it major portion. The Police also found a pamphlet of an unknown organization from the spot, he added.In the past, such types of pamphlets from the spots of blasts at the railways track were also found, he said adding that the recent incident took place after a long period. Majority of the culprits who involved in such type of blasts were already booked by the Police.—APP

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