At night of October 24, a group of terrorists attacked the Police Training Centre in Quetta (Baluchistan province) in southwestern Pakistan.
According to the AA agency, as a result of the armed conflict, which lasted about five hours, the terrorists took hostage several cadets. Two of the attackers managed to activate the suicide explosive device, the third was shot before he could activate the charge.
According to one of the law enforcement officials, the terrorists are connected with religious groups in Afghanistan.
Reportedly, 59 students were killed and 117 wounded as a result of a planned attack on the Centre. Some of the students suffered in attempts to escape: They were trying to climb over the fence of the institution.
In August this year, terrorists attacked the hospital in the city Kevtur, resulting in 70 deaths and more than 130 people sustained varying degrees of injuries.