Shah Noorani attack:

Khuzdar District: Survivors of the suicide attack in Shah Noorani shrine have shared their horrific account following the deadly attack that left more than 60 dead in Khuzdar district of Balochistan.

They said the families have ripped apart in the attack, with bodies and body parts spread everywhere in the shire.

The shrine of the Sufi saint Shah Noorani is located some 750 kilometres from Quetta. It’s located on a hilltop in the Khuzdar district of Balochistan several kilometres away from surrounding villages with poor mobile network coverage.

A survivor Mohammad Shehzad, who had travelled in a group of 120 pilgrims, said “The pressure of the blast was so strong, people have blown away. Everyone was running, shouting and searching for families.

“Children were looking for the mothers and fathers. People looking for brothers and sisters but no one able was to listen to their cries.”

Other witnesses said it took several hours for rescue services to reach the remote shrine.

Hafeez Ali, a 28-year-old auto mechanic, said: “We had left the area only five minutes before the attack to go and cook our dinner. From our viewpoint on a higher hill point, we could see three whirling dervishes dancing to a drummer, as hundreds formed a circle around them. Then came the blast.

“We realised that it was a bomb blast. Two of us rushed down and saw the bodies scattered all around — mostly children. We also saw the drum beater dead and his exploded drum was lying nearby.”

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Survivors spent cold
Survivors spent cold
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