Ahrar ul Hind claims responsibility of Quetta, Peshawar incidents
KARACHI: Ahrar ul Hind, a splinter faction of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) that appeared at the media almost two months ago, has claimed the responsibility of Quetta and Peshawar blasts, which had claimed 19 lives earlier today – ARY News reports.
According to details, Ahrar ul Hind claimed the responsibility of the Quetta and Peshawar attacks in the evening today, in which at least 19 people were killed, whilst more than 80 others were injured.
TTP had condemned the blasts in Quetta and Peshawar and had disowned it entirely, whereas the member of Taliban-nominated committee, Molana Sami ul Haq had also labeled these attacks as another move to sabotage the peace process.
A few days earlier, Ahrar ul Hind had also borne the responsibility of Islamabad Court Attack which killed 11 people including a judge and a female lawyer, this was the first instance that the organization had claimed the responsibility of an incident and revealed that it was earlier a part of the banned TTP, from which it recently parted ways.