MUZAFFARABAD (Agencies) - At least 11 people were killed and dozens injured in a suicide bombing that ripped through an Imambargah in Pakistan Occupied Kashmirs main city on Sunday. The suicide bomber detonated his explosives in a Muharram procession in Muzaffarabad. When the volunteers spotted the suicide bomber and challenged him, he blew himself up, local religious leader Maulvi Kifayat told a private TV channel. Raja Kafil Ahmad, spokesman for the Pakistan Occupied Kashmir government, said 11 people had died while more than 65 were injured. One witness said he saw body parts on the street believed to be those of the suicide bomber. It was a suicide attack. The bomber was trying to enter inside the Imambargah. Several people have been injured. I fear some people may be dead, police official Yaseen Baig told AFP at the scene. A severed leg and other body parts littered the ground outside the Imambargah where the electricity went off after the blast, said an AFP reporter. Meanwhile, President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani have strongly condemned the suicide blast in Muzaffarabad, Pakistan Occupied Kashmir on Sunday, which caused loss of precious lives and injuries. In a statement issued in Islamabad, the President and the Prime Minister in separate messages expressed their resolve not to be deterred by such acts of cowardice and to take all measures to eliminate extremism and terrorism from the country. The two leaders expressed their deep sorrow over the loss of life and directed the local authorities to provide best possible treatment to the injured.