Pak excise inspector killed in blast in Peshawar
Islamabad: An excise inspector was killed
when an explosive device went off outside his home in Peshawar
city of northwest Pakistan on Saturday, police said.
The remote-controlled device was planted outside the
residence of Khaista Mir in Daudzai area, police said.
It was detonated when the inspector stepped out of
his house this morning and he was killed instantly.
No group claimed responsibility for the attack.
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