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Outlawed Jundullah claims Wagah suicide attack

PESHAWAR: Outlawed Jundullah has claimed responsibility of the Wagah suicide attack, which claimed over 50 lives in the evening on Sunday, ARY News reported.

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Banned militant organization, Jundullah claimed the deadly suicide attack at the Pak-India border here on Sunday, which left at least 55 lives including three Rangers personnel and injured 120 others.

Jundullah, a banned Islamist group closely tied to Al Qaeda and the Taliban, said the attack was a reaction of the ongoing military operation Zarb-e-Azb, in turbulent North Waziristan and Khyber regions of the federally administrative tribal areas (FATA).

Earlier in the evening, a suicide bomber blew him off while a large number of people were returning to the parking area from the parade avenue, after the lowering of flag ceremony.



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