At least 30 people were killed and 100 other wounded on Friday after two bombs planted on motorcycles struck a bus at Shahra-e-Faisal and Jinnah Hospital in Karachi. Women and children were among 12 people killed when a motorcyle packed with explosives rammed into a bus of mourners travelling on Shahra-e-Faisal to join a procession at the end of the holy month of Muharram. A second bomb attack took place near the emergency ward at Jinnah Hospital, where the dead and wounded were being rushed, killed another 20 people. Witnesses and officials said the bus was packed with mourners heading to a religious procession to mark the last day of Muharram in Karachi. The attacks were carried out by suicide bombers on motorcycles, a bomb disposal official said. “Both of the blasts are of the same nature. Both were suicide and both were on motorcycle “In the first attack, the bomber hit the bus. In the second attack, the bomber sitting on a motorcycle exploded himself,” he added.Another bomb has been recovered from the premises of Jinnah Hospital here, police said. The bomb was planted in a TV set, which was identified by the security personnel present in the hospital. The bomb disposal squad has been called to defuse the bomb. It may be reminded that at least 10 people died and more than 50 sustained injuries in a powerful bomb blast at Jinnah Hospital.