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Soldier Martyred in Peshawar IED Blast: ISPR Investigation

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In a tragic and alarming incident that unfolded on Monday, a soldier was martyred, and six others, including three civilians, sustained injuries in a devastating improvised explosive device (IED) blast targeting a security forces vehicle in Peshawar’s Warsak district. The attack occurred at approximately 10:30 a.m., targeting a vehicle belonging to the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Frontier Constabulary’s (FC) Mohmand Rifles regiment. This incident has shaken the community and raised concerns about the ongoing security challenges faced in the region.

Rescue and law enforcement officials rush to the scene of the tragic Peshawar IED blast
Rescue and law enforcement officials rush to the scene of the tragic Peshawar IED blast

The martyred soldier, identified as 29-year-old Lance Naik Abdur Rehman from Bannu, leaves a grieving family and a nation in mourning. The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) has swiftly responded, vowing to eliminate terrorism and ensuring the sacrifice of brave soldiers and civilians strengthens their resolve. An immediate probe is underway to uncover the circumstances behind this attack, focusing on enhancing security measures to prevent future incidents.

This incident highlights Pakistan’s persistent security threats and emphasizes its security forces’ unwavering commitment to protect the nation. The government, along with the security apparatus, is determined to maintain peace and thwart the nefarious designs of anti-state elements.

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