The assault passed off on the Methodist Church within the restive southwestern metropolis of Quetta in Balochistan province.
Senior metropolis police official Abdul Razzaq Cheema gave the toll, which was confirmed by Balochistan house minister Sarfraz Bugti.
Bugti stated police intercepted and shot one bomber outdoors however the second attacker managed to achieve the church’s primary door the place he blew himself up.
The minister stated about 250 folks often attend the church on Sundays, however attendance had swelled as a result of it was near Christmas.
Balochistan province, which borders Iran and Afghanistan, is Pakistan’s most restive area — ravaged by Islamist militancy, sectarian violence and a separatist insurgency.
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