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Current Balochistan: Conflict updates from the Ground


Source: Baloch Social Media Groups

11/July/2018
AWARAN

On 8th of july 2018 pakistani army abducted 6 baloch civilian From peerandr , According to new updates 6 of them were released today with extreme torture.

11/July/2018
TUMP

After succefull attack of Baloch Freedom fighters in Kohad , tump, In reaction of this pakistani army started a military operation in area and bombard the houses , Where more than 6 baloch were injured and shifted to Civil hospital in Kech.

11/July/2018
BESIMA

After Extreme torture of pakistani army haji Khair baksh R/O besima was  released and reached his home

11/July/2018
AWARAN

Today baloch freedom fighters successfully attacked on a military camp of pakistani army in kolwa ,awaran with Automatic weapons and Continously fired on it

9/July/2018
KECH

At Evening today Unknown Man Fired on house of Asghar rind  ,Asghar rind works for BNP awami and is a candidate of Upcoming elections.

10/July/2018
DASHT

In a recent update ,Baloch freedom fighters attacked on Conveys of pakistani army In sibddaan ,Area of dasht  with heavy weapons and continuously fired on them , According to residents of dasht heavy losses occured to occupying army and 1 vechile was Demolished.

10/July/2018
KECH

Today Baloch freedom fighters successfully exploded a bridge in CPEC route in Herronk ,a area near Turbat.

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