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Blast in Pakistan hospital where Masood Azhar is admitted: Twitterati

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Rawalpindi, June 24, 2019-

A Pakistani Twitter user has claimed that there was a blast at a military hospital in Rawalpindi where Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) chief Masood Azhar has been admitted.

“Huge blast at Military Hospital in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. 10 injured shifted to emergency.
Jaish-e-Mohammad chief Maulana Masood Azahar is admitted here,” Ahsan Ullah MiaKhail, a social activist and human rights worker, tweeted on Sunday night.

“Completely media blackout by Army. Media asked strictly not to cover this story,” he added.

Along with his tweet, the activist also posted a video where smoke is seen coming out of a building.

There were no other details of the news.  (Agency)

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