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Balochistan Liberation Front armed activities against Pakistani forces: August 2018 Report

 

During the month of August BLF fighters carried out 21 attacks against Pakistani forces. In these attacks more than 12 military personnel were killed and dozens injured. One army vehicle was destroyed. BLF fighters also targeted an ISI run camp of religious fundamentalist organization MussalahDifa in district Washuk.

Two freedom fighters of BLF namely Naqeeb s/o Rasool Bakhsh aka Nazar and Waleed s/o Moosa aka Qazi embraced martyrdom in Mand in line of duty defending motherland Balochistan.

 

 

1st August 2018 – BLF fighters fired three rockets on a check post in Diz area of Parom, district Panjgoor. Heavy losses occurred to them. This check post is established by occupying a school.

An ISI informer Pindo s/o Abdul Rahim killed by BLF fighters in JhaooWaadi, district Awaran.

04 August 2018 – Ambushed a convoy of Pakistani military in Kannera area of district Awaran. Three army personnel killed and two injured.

06 August 2018– Targeted an ISI run camp of religious fundamentalist organization MussalahDifa in Beront area of district Washuk.

07 August 2018– BLF fighters came face to face to Pakistani army in Shah Aap area of Tump district Kech. A skirmish erupted. Several Pakistani army personnel killed and injured. Two BLF fighters Naqeeb s/o Rasool Bakhsh aka Nazar and Waleed s/o Moosa aka Qazi martyred after a fight of two hours.

10 August 2018 – BLF fighters attacked Pakistani military check post at Jotari area of Jahoo district Awaran. Two army personnel killed and two injured.

12 August 2018 – Attacked Pakistani military check post in Mulla Gazzi area of Jhaoo, district Awaran. Losses occurred to occupying forces.

13 August 2018 - Attacked on Pakistan military check-post with rockets in Gomazi, Tump, district Kech, heavy casualties is inflicted to the army

13 August 2018 - Attacked Pakistan military camp with rockets and automatic weapons in Apsi Kahn, Tump, district Kech, heavy casualties inflicted to the army.

Attacked Pakistani military check post in DraajKaor area of Mashkai, district Awaran. Four army personnel killed and others injured.

14 August 2018 – Attacked Pakistan army Headquarters with BM12 in Awaran; Attacked Pakistani army camp with rockets in Nali area of Baalgatar district Kech; Attacked Pakistani military camp in GwandSaren area of Hoshaap district Kech. Heavy losses occurred to occupying forces while they were busy in celebrating 14th August as Independence Day of Pakistan.

15 August 2018 - Attacked on Pakistan military camp with rockets and automatic weapons in KohBagh, Turbat, district Kech, heavy casualties inflicted to the army.

20 August 2018 - One personnel killed in a sniper attacked on a check-post in Gwarkop, district Kech.

24 August 2018 - Attacked Pakistani military camp with rockets in Kolwa, district Kech and inflicted heavy casualties.

24 August 2018 - Attacked Pakistani military check-post twice in Kilkaur, district Kech, heavy casualties inflicted to the army.

25 August 2018 - Attacked Pakistan military camp with rockets and heavy weapons in Koh-Kalat, Sami, district Kech, heavy casualties inflicted to the army.

26 August 2018 - Hurled hand grenade on a military vehicle near National Bank in Turbat, district Kech, three personnel have been injured.

28 August 2018 - Attacked Pakistan military check-post in Parg, district Awaran, two personnel killed and one injured.




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