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An improvised explosive device was reportedly planted on the truck.
The injured were being treated at Mayo Hospital and Mian Munshi Hospital.
Lahore, the capital of Pakistan, has witnessed several terror attacks in recent months.
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According to the police authorities, the initial investigation suggested that the truck was carrying crates of apricot being transported from Swat to the city.
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According to the police, even though no casualties are reported, a minor girl is said to be in a critical condition.
DIG Operations Dr Haider Ashraf, while talking to Dawn, confirmed that the explosion happened in a fruit laden truck which was parked in a lot on Out Fall Road in Islampura area.
The Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has appealed to Punjab chief minister Shahbaz Sharif to take immediate notice of the miseries of pharmaceutical sector and order resolution of their issues on priority basis, a statement said on Tuesday.
"It was a bomb blast in a fruit truck that wounded 22 persons", provincial Punjabi government spokesman Malik Muhammad Ahmad Khan said. A number of bikes and cars were also damaged due to its intensity.
The eyewitnesses in the area have said more than 100 vehicles were also damaged in the explosion.
In February, a suicide bomber killed 14 people, including senior police officers, near the Punjab Assembly here.