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BLF November 2018 Report:13 attacks against Pakistani forces.more than 39 military personnel were killed

BLF November 2018 Report:13 attacks against Pakistani forces.more than 39 military personnel were killed

 

Gwahram Baloch, the spokesperson of Balochistan Liberation Front issuing the report of armed activities against Pakistani forces, said that

During the month of November BLF fighters carried out 13 attacks against Pakistani forces. In these attacks more than 39 military personnel were killed and dozens injured. 3 army vehicles were destroyed.

 

Balochistan Liberation Front armed activists against Pakistani force: November 2018 Report

 

07 November 2018 – Pakistani military tried to surround BLF fighters in Mazan Band area of Dasht, district Kech, Balochistan. BLF fighters successfully defeated Pakistani military which resulted killing 3 Pakistani military personnel and several injured.

 

08 November 2018 –

Planted a landmine at a military check-point located in Kolwah area of, district Awaran, Balochistan. As two of the military personnel entered the check point the landmine exploded and killed both of them.

 

10 November 2018 –

Attacked Pakistani military check-post in Jothar area of Jaho Korak district Awaran, Balochistan with automatic weapons and inflicted them heavy causalities.

 

14 November 2018 –

Ambushed Pakistani military convoy in Solo area of Bulaida district Kech, Balochistan with heavy and automatic weapons. 2 military vehicles destroyed due to which 4 military personnels killed and 2 injured.

 

19 November 2018 –

Attacked Pakistani military camp in Jakk area of Teertej district Awaran, Balochistan with rocket launchers and automatic weapons and inflicted them heavy causalities.

 

22 November 2018 –

Pakistani military tried to surround BLF fighters in Daankambi area near Mashkay, district Awaran, Balochistan. BLF fighters successfully defeated Pakistani military and killed 5 Pakistani military personnel and injured several.

 

Attacked Pakistani military camp in Bitt area of Bulaida district Kech, Balochistan with heavy weapons. 2 military personnel killed and several injured.

 

23 November 2018

– Attacked Pakistani military check-post on the route of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) in Shapuk area of district Kech, Balochistan. 4 military personnels killed and 2 injured.

 

Attacked Pakistani military with heavy weapons in Banduki area of Mashkay district Awaran, Balochistan. 2 military personnel killed and several injured.

 

26 November 2018 –

Attacked Pakistani military camp in Raghey area of district Washuk, Balochistan from two sides with heavy weapons. several military personnel killed and injured.

 

27 November 2018 –

Planted a remote controlled IED explosive and targeted a vehicle in a Pakistani military convoy near Ahri area of Teertej, district Awaran, Balochistan. 4 military personnel were killed and 2 injured.

28 November 2018 –

Attacked Pakistani military check point in Bullu area of Mand district Kech, Balochistan with rocket launchers and automatic weapons and inflicted them heavy causalities.

 

29 November 2018 –

Attacked 2 Pakistani military check points in Gajli area of Mashkay district Awaran, Balochistan with rocket launchers and automatic weapons. 6 military personnel were killed and 3 injured in this attack.

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