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Baloch militants claim multiple attacks on Pakistani forces

August 31, 2018

Two armed groups claim responsibility for multiple attacks on forces in Balochistan.

According to details received by The Balochistan Post, a pro-freedom armed group United Baloch Army(UBA) in a press release has stated that ‘Pakistani forces launched massive military operations in various areas of district Mastung Balochistan, with aerial and ground troops’.

Pakistani forces are indiscriminately aerial bombarding and targeting civilians, which is resulting in many casualties but because of the absence of communication sources it is not possible to collect the exact figures of damages’.

Mureed Baloch, the spokesman to UBA further claimed that, during the military operations in Dilband, Johan, Isplinji, Sheeshar, Narmuk and Robdar areas of District Mastung, our ‘Sarmachars’ (fighters) targeted the Pakistani forces and killed 5 personnel of Pakistani forces and injured numbers in different combatss”.

Whereas, another armed group, Baloch Republican Army has taken the responsibility of attacks on Pakistani forces in two different cities of Balochistan.

Sarbaz Baloch, the spokesperson of BRA in a statement has said that ‘Pakistani forces received damages in an attack by our fighters as they tried to cordon our patrolling troops in Kech district of Balochistan’.

Sarbaz Baloch also claimed responsibility of another grenade attack  on a Pakistani forces check post in Sradok area of district Panjgur. BRA claimed that Pakistani forces sustained heavy losses in the attack.


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