One Pakistani Soldier, Four others killed in Occupied Baluchistan’s Gwadar

One Pakistani Soldier, Four others killed in Occupied Baluchistan’s Gwadar

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One Pakistani Soldier, Four others killed in Occupied Baluchistan’s Gwadar

Four people were killed and one soldier also died in a firefight in the general area of Charmang of Bajaur district of Pakistan Occupied Baluchistan. The Paki Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) termed the attackers as ‘terrorists’.

The ARY News reported that the Pakistani security forces conducted an intelligence-based operation (IBO) in Charmang on the “reported presence of terrorists”.

During the conduct of the operation, intense fire exchange occurred between the Pakistani security forces and Baluch Liberation Army. The Pakis claimed to have apprehended one fighter who remained alive during the operation.

Weapons, ammunition, and explosives including a suicide vest were also recovered from the BLA fighter. who remained actively involved in numerous activities against security forces, especially suicide blasts.

The ISPR said that the Pakistani soldier who died in the operation has been identified as Sepoy Muhammad Shoaib, 24.

The ARY News reported, the sanitisation of the area is being carried out to eliminate any threat found in the area.

“Sanitisation of the area is being carried out to eliminate any threat found in the area. Security forces of Pakistan remain determined to eliminate the menace of terrorism from Pakistan,” the ISPR said.

Yesterday, two fighters were killed in an intelligence-based operation in the Mazaband Range region of Kech district in Pakistan’s Baluchistan, Dawn reported citing Pakistan’s military media wing.

Pakistan has been witnessing a rise in attacks, particularly in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Baluchistan after the ceasefire between Pakistan’s government and the outlawed Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (TTP) ended in November last year.

A report released in July said that Pakistan has been witnessing a steady rise in suicide attacks. Pakistan in the first seven months of 2023 experienced 18 suicide attacks, claiming the lives of 200 people and injuring more than 450 others, Pakistan-based Dawn reported citing a think tank report.