Karachi: The Sindh police on Sunday compiled the initial report of blasts in Abbas Town area of Karachi, a metropolitan of Pakistan that killed 45 people, confirming that a remote-controlled device was used in the attack.
According to initial investigations, 150 kilograms of explosive material was used in the blast and a mini truck was used to transport the material to the area. The engine of the truck has been recovered from the spot.
The report further said that the blast left a crater of 4 feet deep and 10 feet wide.500 to 700 meters of the area was affected as a result of explosion.
Meanwhile, IG Sindh Fayaz Leghari has submitted the report to the Governor Ishratul Ebad. The governor said that the culprits involved in the incident would soon be caught and brought to justice.
Ebad also directed the IG Sindh to ensure provision of medical treatment to the injured people.