Islamabad, Pakistan
The Sunday Review

It suicide bomber A terrorist attacked a mosque in a compound of police officers PeshawarOver 80 people died in this incident. was A member of the Pakistani Taliban disguised as A senior citizen, or a policeman official Thursday,

Video footage from CCTV shows that the suspect is being filmed bomber Arriving at the police station on Monday in a scooter, I asked a constable where the mosque was and was allowed through. was in uniform, said Moazzam Jah Ansari, police chief of Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.

“This was a suicide bomber and we have traced his movement. He was in a police uniform,” Ansari stated.

“We are closing in on the network. Every life of our martyrs will be avenged,” He concluded.

Ansari claimed that officials previously estimated the death toll at 100. However, Ansari noted that some bodies had been counted twice. The explosion also caused 217 injuries.

One day after officers infiltrated the area, this development is taking place. Peshawar arrested several suspects.

The police believe that 12 kg (26.5 pounds) worth of explosives was used in the attack. bomber.

Video footage captured the shattered walls of the mosque with its paneling and glass windows destroyed in the strong explosion.

Authorities said that the majority of people who were found underneath rubble were dead. Emergency personnel searched for survivors.

Security officials inspect the site of the mosque attack in Peshawar.

Monday’s explosion highlights the rapidly deteriorating security conditions in PeshawarCapital of restive Khyber–Pakhtunkhwa Province, bordering Afghanistan. The site of regular attacks by the Pakistani TalibanIt is known as Tehreek-e-Taliban (TTP).

TTP sent contradicting messages regarding whether or not it was sending them. was Behind the attack

TTP officials Sarbakaf Mukaram Khurasani and Omar Mukaram Khurasani earlier claimed that the blast was caused by TTP. was “revenge” Khalid Khorasani was the TTP militant who died last year.

But the TTP’s main spokesperson, Muhammad Khorasani, later denied the group was involved.

This attack occurs during a difficult period in Pakistan’s history, when the country is already facing a crisis of its cost of living and an economy that has been hampered by floods last year.