Suicide blasts at Islamabad’s Islamic university kill six
ISLAMABAD: A double suicide bombing at Islamabad’s International Islamic University on Tuesday killed up to seven people, including the two bombers, an administration official said.
‘Seven people, including two suicide bombers are dead, and 29 injured in the two attacks. Among the dead is one female,’ a senior administration official, Rana Akbar Hayat told AFP at the scene of the attack.
Police investigators confirmed that both were suicide attacks.
Speaking at the capital’s main hospital, Interior Minister Rehman Malik said there were six dead — two suicide bombers, two men and two women.
The police arrested a suspect from the site of the blast.
The university is located in Islamabad’s sector H-11.
Eyewitnesses told DawnNews that there were between three to four thousand students present at the time of the blasts and that one bomb exploded inside a classroom.
The blasts occurred within a span of one minute at two campuses of the university.
Earlier in the day two bombs were defused at a girls’ school in Peshawar.