Pakistani intelligence killed mastermind of Chinese consulate terror attack Aslam Achu in Afghanistan: Afghan media report

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Pakistani intelligence killed mastermind of Chinese consulate terror attack Aslam Achu in Afghanistan: Afghan media report

KANDAHAR - The Afghanistan Ministry of Interior (MoI) has confirmed the suicide attack on six People in Kandahar.

MOI on Wednesday said that at least six civilians were killed after a suicide bomber targeted a civilian vehicle in Aino Mina Township in Kandahar city on Monday, TOLO news has reported.

Sources meanwhile said that Aslam Baloch, the leader of Baluchistan Liberation Army (BLA) was among those killed in the attack.

But, the Ministry of Interior has not confirmed the report.

“A number of civilians were killed as a result of the suicide attack in Aino Mina Township. They are six people and two others were wounded. It is said that a number of Baloch nationals were among those killed,” said Interior Ministry spokesman Najib Danish.

Pakistani media reported that Asalam Baloch was the mastermind of suicide attack on Chinese embassy in the Pakistani port city of Karachi.

“Pakistan asked for serious suppressing of separatists on Afghan soil when the Afghanistan-Pakistan intelligence sharing agreement was signed. It had a big meaning. I hope that this agreement is not in the implementation phase or it is not executed in informal shape, because it would have devastative implications ahead, in the view of that, the Baloch was targeted by Pakistan’s ISI,” said political commentator Ajmal Balochzada.