Four Pak soldiers injured in bomb attack on army convoyNovember 14th, 2007 - 2:46 am ICT by admin
According to sources, some unidentified men blew up with remote-controlled bomb a ration-laden truck moving to Swat.
The explosion caused injury to four army men, who were rushed to Agency Headquarters Hospital for immediate medical aid.
The Daily Times quoted the eyewitnesses as saying that the blast caused huge fatalities.
Pakistan Army Spokesman Major General Waheed Arshad confirmed the injury to four men.
He said the seven men involved in assault on the army caravan have been arrested and the security forces are not conducting any large operation in the area.
In the wake of the recent attack, the stringent security arrangements have been made and traffic routes have been changed thanks to the transportation of the security forces, he added. (ANI)
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