Bomb blast near Sufi shrine in Pakistan's Lahore kills 4

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Bomb blast near Sufi shrine in Pakistan's Lahore kills 4

Pakistani police say a bomb focusing on security forces guarding a Sufi holy place in the city of Lahore kills 4, wounds a few, reports news agency AP. Geo News announced that the impact occurred outside Data Darbar hallowed place in Lahore. A vehicle conveying personnel of elite Punjab Police was targetted, offices announced refering to sources. Refering to state media, news agency AFP detailed that 15 individuals were harmed in the impact. 

Three police authorities slaughtered in Lahore impact outside Data Darbar hallowed place, 18 individuals harmed Geo News announced refering to medical clinic sources. 'A blast near a noteworthy Sufi place of worship in the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore caused a few setbacks on Wednesday', news office Reuters cited authorities as saying. 

Cops were the objective of the impact and many individuals were inside the sanctuary when the impact occurred Ghazanfar Ali, Lahore city police boss was refered to by AFP as saying. 

First light revealed that the police have cordoned off the zone and DIG tasks Lahore Ashfaq Ahmed Khan is going to achieve the medical clinic to visit those harmed. 

"The impact occurred near the Data Darbar, one of the biggest hallowed places in South Asia, and a few people including cops had been injured," Punjab region police representative Nayab Haider told Reuters.