Two people were killed and eight others injured when a bomb went off in Khuzdar district of Pakistan's Balochistan province, the police said on Wednesday.
A vehicle carrying a trader was targeted by explosives in the market area of Khuzdar on Tuesday, Fahad Khosa, Senior Superintendent of Khuzdar police, told media.
He added that a heavy contingent of police had reached the site, and an investigation into the incident was underway, reports Xinhua news agency.
The injured people were shifted to a nearby hospital.
No group has claimed the attack yet.
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