Rawalpindi: Pakistan has immediately closed its border with Afghanistan after a deadly suicide attack on Sufi Shrine in Sindh Province on Thursday evening.

The decision was made public through Pakistan Military’s official twitter account which tweeted through Major General Asif Ghafoor. His tweet reads as “Pakistan-Afghanistan Border closed with immediate effects till further orders due to security reasons.”

A suicide Bomber exploded himself on Thursday evening in the premises of Pakistan’s well known Shrine killing more that 30 and injuring more than 100 visitors.

ISPR further Tweeted that the recent attacks in Pakistan were planned in Afghanistan and Pakistan Army will respond strongly to the terrorists.

Sehwan Blast was also part of the same wave in the country, and the fifth blast in less than a week targeting innocent people.

On February 12, a cameraman, Taimur from Samaa News was killed when the channel’s DSNG van was attacked.

On February 13, a suicide attack in Lahore killed 14 people and wounded over 60 others.

On February 15, three suicide bombers targeted Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and the adjoining tribal areas leaving around seven people dead