PESHAWAR - The death toll in tragic car bomb explosion at Kocha Risaldar adjacent to historical Qissa Khwani in Peshawar rose to 36 as the rescue teams recovered 10 dead bodies on Saturday. The rescue activities were still in progress and the government was thinking about the ways and means for demolishing of around seven buildings, which were badly damaged in the tragic bomb explosion. The affected buildings besides residential houses also included a Government Girls Middle School. As per details, the volunteers and workers from different organisations continued rescue activities in the tragic bomb explosion at Kocha Risaldar Peshawar on Saturday. The rescue workers were engaged in removal of the debris of the collapsed buildings and houses. The workers recovered 10 more dead bodies from the debris. Six of these dead bodies were beyond recognition whereas the remaining were shifted to their respective houses. The doctors in Lady Reading Hospital, Peshawar confirmed receiving more than 100 injured. Some of the injured were still in critical condition. A number of injured were shifted to other main hospitals of Peshawar like Khyber Teaching Hospital and Hayatabad Medical Complex. The local people and police officials informed that most of the victims belonged to Shia community from Peshawar, Kurram Agency and Hangu area. The hotel targeted in the tragic bomb explosion was considered the destination of the tribesmen from southern districts and tribal agencies since long. Some of the dead bodies were still lying in the hospital and a teenaged child was left alone as all of his elders including parents and other close relatives were killed in the explosion. The high-ups of Municipal and District Administration declared seven buildings as dangerous. All these buildings were badly affected in the tragic bomb explosion. Now the authorities were engaged in documentary work for demolishing of such buildings. The government girls' middle school affected in the explosion remained closed on Saturday. On the other hand traders' community at Peshawar city area declared three days' mourning. The NWFP Ministers Bashir Ahmad Bilour, Mian Iftikhar Hussain, Syed Aqil Shah and others also visited the site and apprised themselves of the rescue activities. They also directed the government employees and officers concerned for early completion of the rescue activities. Meanwhile, the NWFP Government constituted a team comprising senior officers for conducting detailed probe into the explosion. The team besides others comprises Additional Inspector General Investigation Mr Nadar Khan Hoti and Capital City Police Chief Mr Sifwat Ghayoor. So far the police officials had confirmed recovering of the chassis and engine number of the double-cabin vehicle used and blown up in the explosion. The police officials informed that so far they didn't receive any evidence from the site. The engine and chassis number found could help them in getting a clue to the terrorists involved in the act. The tragic bomb explosion resulted in wide-ranging unrest amongst the people all over Peshawar city. The authorities concerned have tightened security in the whole of the city area its surrounding vicinities.