Pakistan: A car bomb detonates in Quetta, injuring three people, including a policeman.

Bomb attack in Quettas Hazar Ganji district kills at least three people, including a policeman . Balochistan's chief minister has condemned the attack and urged officials to tighten security .

On Sunday, media reports said at least three people were killed in a remote-controlled explosion in Quettas Hazar Ganji district, including a policeman.In Pakistan, several instances of bomb attacks have been announced in recent months.According to ARY News, the bomb was planted in a motorcycle that was parked near Hazar Ganji market.According to the police, stores and vehicles have been damaged in the area.

Following the attack, Pakistani security forces cordoned off the area to look for evidence.Chief Minister Balochistan Abdul Qudus Bizenjo has condemned the assault and urged officials to tighten security in the provincial capital, according to reports.In a similar case last week, three people were killed and 11 others were wounded in a blast outside the Turbat Stadium in Quetta, according to Geo TV.According to a statement released by a district police officer in Jamrud, the explosion occurred at the airport road of the city, where a policeman and a substitute were killed in an attack on July 16 and was followed by firing, which caused panic at the stadium.At the same time, Pakistani authorities expanded security at all checkpoints and relieved the police officers responsible for security breaches.

A policeman was killed and four others were injured in a fire inside a police check post in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province earlier this week, according to local reports.