School blown up in Hangu
KOHAT: Militants blew up a primary school in Hangu city in the small hours of Tuesday, police said. They said that militants had planted several bombs at the school and detonated them simultaneously at the time of morning prayers. The blasts were so powerful that four rooms and boundary wall of the school were destroyed completely, police said.
“Actually a time device was attached to several explosives, planted around the boundary wall of the school,” said officials of Bomb Disposal Squad. Meanwhile, militants tried to destroy a police mobile van with a remote controlled improvised explosive device on Hangu-Balyamina Road in Hangu on Tuesday.
The police mobile was going to Balyamina from Hangu when five kilograms IED was detonated with the help of remote control. But the terrorists missed their target as the bomb went off minutes before the arrival of the van at the spot.