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Baloch Armed forces claims responsibility of multiple attacks on Pakistani forces.

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Baloch militants groups had claimed responsibility of several attacks on Pakistani forces in different area of kech district of Balochistan.

According to details, different Baloch militant groups have claimed responsibility of attacks on Pakistani forces in kech area of Balochistan on Friday.

Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF), a Baloch militant group in a statement on Friday claimed responsibility of three different attacks in Mand and Zamuran area of Kech.

Balochistan Liberation Front spokesman Major Gwahram Baloch said that on Thursday, BLF fighters attacked a Pakistani army post with heavy weapons in Sheeraz area of ​​Mand in Kech district . Where Two occupying army personnel were killed and one was injured.

Major Gwahram Baloch added that on Friday earlier at morning, their fighters attacked six Pakistani army vehicles in the Sheeraz area of ​​Mand in Kech district as they were going to conduct a military operation in the area. As a result of the attack by the BLF fighters, the military convoy was forced to return back.

Major Gwahram Baloch added that on Friday, in the Zumran area of ​​Kech district, BLF fighters attacked the Geshradan Bandan military post with snipers and automatic weapons. After the attack, BLF fighters attacked a Pakistani army post in the jungle near Geshardan with heavy weapons. which resulted ind Four Pakistani army personnel were killed and three wounded in the attacks.

Whereas United Baloch Army (UBA) has also released a statement in media claiming an attack with an IED in Tump area of district Kech, which occurred on Thursday.

According to Mazar Baloch, UBA spokesperson, UBA fighters targeted a vehicle of Pakistani forces with remote-controlled bomb in Aboodi area of Tump. As the result of the attack, vehicle of the forces was completely destroyed, while all the personnel in the vehicle were killed.

“Occupying forces are increasing the number of their military camps and outposts in all parts of Balochistan, including Makran, in order to expand the scope of their violent operations” Mazar Baloch added


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