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Current Balochistan: Conflict updates from the ground


According to source today at evening Baloch freedom fighter attacked pakistani military forces check'post located in a mountain in Gawak with  sniper rifle due to which loses might occurred to occupying pakisatani army. 


According to updates On 31 Of August in Zangi tawor, Nushki Pakistani security Forces abducted 11 Baloch civilian While they were in picnic, Today a latest update received to us that among them Nizam S/O Peer Mohammd Sasoli Was killed in fake encounter By Pakistani forces.


According to sources, heavy firing and blasts were heard in Kharan city of Balochistan. For more updates stay tuned.


Today at early morning Pakistani army started an operaetion in Dashth, Shooleg, Violent army personals Tyrannized women and children & abducted 4 Civilian Namely Akther S/o Haji Muradmohd, Zahid S/o Allah Baksh, Allah Baksh S/o  Haji Nabi Baksh, Yasin S/o Haji Nabi Baksh R/o Shooleg,
In the way, coming back from Shooleg Army personals abducted Waheed S/o Abdul Rehman at *Hoor* Dashth (near by Village from Shooleg)


According to sources security forces was targeted by Baloch Freedom Fighters through bomb in center of kharan city, Balochistan, After bomb blast whole city was reveberated by firing. According to hospital sources, 8 personals were brought to hospital for first-aid in which 4 was in so critical condition, who were being taken to Quetta.


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