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BREAKING: ISIS attacked Baloch freedom fighters camp in Kalat

JISIS attack Baloch freedom fighters camp in Kalat area of Balochistan, according to reports heavy fight continuing.

Sources say LeT , ISIS,  and Pakistan army jointly attacked a camp of Balochistan  Liberation Front  today in Kalat  area of Balochistan. Recent Visit of Hafiz Saeed  to  Balochiatan  is linked to this attack. Casualties are reported. It is said that
BRA, BLA, LB, and BLF  has jointly responded to the cowardly attack backed by Pakistani Army and ISI.

Baloch and local sources claim more casualties are on Pakistani Army and allies Baloch  freedom fighters from nearby camps have surrounded Pakistani army and it's terrorists groups, source told  to BalochHouse

A senior member of BLA  Suleman Baloch attained  martyrdom during clashed as per Baloch sources.

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