Wana radio booster attacked
WANA – A radio booster in South Waziristan was damaged in an explosion on July 26 night, residents said on Tuesday. They said unidentified people planted explosives outside the building which houses a low-frequency radio station in Wana.
A resident told Dawn that the explosives went off at about 10pm and damaged the antenna of the radio station. Sources said that transmission from the station had been suspended. They said there were no security arrangements for the building. The government had established the radio station in the region last week, which broadcast six-hour daily transmission in Pushto.