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> 29-01-2011: Seven people injured in remote controlled bomb blast near Alamdar Road Quetta

At least 13 Shia Momineens have been martyred and 70 others wounded in the bomb attack, which ripped through a Chahlum procession in Lahore. Shortly after the first attack, a motorcycle bomb explosion in the southern city of Karachi Martyred three people and injured several more. The bomb went off in a densely populated> area.
At least seven persons, including three policemen, were wounded in a bomb explosion in the Pakistani city of Quetta on Saturday.
 
The blast, which took place at a time when a police van was passing from Alamdar Road in Quetta, partially damaged the police van and some nearby buildings.
The bomb, which was planted in a car, was exploded with a remote-controlled device, SAMAA TV quoted DIG Investigation, as saying.
 
Rescue teams rushed to the blast site and shifted the injured to nearby hospitals. Security agencies have cordoned off the area and started investigation into the terror attack.
 
At least seven persons, including three policemen, were wounded in a bomb explosion in the Pakistani city of Quetta on Saturday.
 
The blast, which took place at a time when a police van was passing from Alamdar Road in Quetta, partially damaged the police van and some nearby buildings.
The bomb, which was planted in a car, was exploded with a remote-controlled device, SAMAA TV quoted DIG Investigation, as saying.
 
Rescue teams rushed to the blast site and shifted the injured to nearby hospitals. Security agencies have cordoned off the area and started investigation into the terror attack.
 
At least seven persons, including three policemen, were wounded in a bomb explosion in the Pakistani city of Quetta on Saturday.
 
The blast, which took place at a time when a police van was passing from Alamdar Road in Quetta, partially damaged the police van and some nearby buildings.
At least seven persons, including three policemen, were wounded in a bomb explosion in the Pakistani city of Quetta on Saturday.
 
The blast, which took place at a time when a police van was passing from Alamdar Road in Quetta, partially damaged the police van and some nearby buildings.

At least seven persons, including three policemen, were wounded in a bomb explosion in the Pakistani city of Quetta on Saturday.

The blast, which took place at a time when a police van was passing at Nachari road near Rehmatullah Chowk at Alamdar Road in Quetta, partially damaged the police van and some nearby buildings.The bomb, which was planted in a car, was exploded with a remote-controlled device, SAMAA TV quoted DIG Investigation, as saying.

Rescue teams rushed to the blast site and shifted the injured to nearby hospitals. Security agencies have cordoned off the area and started investigation into the terror attack. 


There have been no immediate reports of casualties.

            

               

>25-01-2011: Atleast Nineteen Shia momineens were Martyred  on Chahlum Procession of Imam Hussain a.s.

 
At least 13 Shia Momineens have been martyred and 70 others wounded in the bomb attack, which ripped through a Chahlum procession in Lahore. Shortly after the first attack, a motorcycle bomb explosion in the southern city of Karachi Martyred three people and injured several more. The bomb went off in a densely populated area.
 
According to local sources, more than 2,000 Shia Muslims have been killed in the region since the start of the campaign by pro-Taliban and al-Qaeda-linked militants. Quetta, the capital of Pakistan's restive southwestern Balochistan province, has witnessed several instances of violence directed against the Hazara Shia community in recent months.  

       

 
 
 
 

Recent News:

Latest News:06-11-2015: A Shia Momin martyred and one Injured in another terrorist attack 07-11-2015: Two Hazara Shia Momineen were martyred at Ispini Road Quetta 03-11-2015: A Shia Momin Sadiq Ali was Martyred on Jan Muhammad Road in Quetta 06-07-2015: Three people martyred and two others injured in another terrorist attack 01-07-2015: 3 Shia momineen welders martyrd on Sarki Road 07-06-2015: Five Shia Momineen Martyred in another terrorists attack on Circular Road Quetta 27-05-2015: Two Shia Momineen were martyred on Meconogey road near Meezan Chowk 25-05-2015: Three Hazara Momineen martyred in two different attacks on the same day.... For Past news please visit the "News Corner" section of the website...

The Foundation Branches:

Takreem e Shuhdah Foundation Quetta (Pakistan, Registration No.: EDO / QD - 170)

Takreem e Shuhdah Foundation Limited (Australia, ABN No.: 20 167 912 003 )

- Takreem e Shuhdah Foundation funding Statistics:

Last updated on 5th November 2015:

Funds received =  Rs. 8,030,230.38

Funds donated =  Rs. 5,533,092.16

Takreem e Shuhdah Foundation was established on 8th November, 2009.

Total Number of Families currently suporting: 21

No. of Martyrs families: 12

No. of Injured family: 1

No. of Non Martyrs Deserving family: 8

Numbers of families finished supporting: 4

Extra:

Number of Operations financial supported: 6

Number of Families became financially independent: 3

One time donation to families/person: 6


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Account in Quetta:
Account Name: Takreem Shohda Foundation
Account No.: 01840100000583
Askari Bank Alamdar Road Branch Quetta.

For International Transfer please use the following International Bank Account Number(IBAN) details:

IBAN: PK15A5CM0001840100000583

Account in Australia:

Account name: Takreem e Shuhdah Foundation Limited

BSB No.: 06 3104

Account Number: 1051 3021

Bank: Commonwealth Bank of Australia

SWIFT CODE OR BIC No.: ctbaau2s (For international transfer)

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