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BLA claims responsibility of attacks in Turbat, Nushki, and Mastung

Source: Social.Media

Baloch Liberation Army (BLA) Sarmachars (fighters) today targeted convoys of Pakistan Army in IED blasts in 2 different cities of Balochistan; Turbat and Noshki and carried out a grenade attack on a stall set up for 14 August in Mastung city. The BLA claims responsibility for all three attacks.

BLA Sarmachars targeted a Pakistani army convoy in the Apsar area of Turbat this morning in an IED attack when they were heading towards the Abdarak camp.

The IED attack severely damaged the forces’ vehicle, as a result of which multiple enemy soldiers were killed and wounded. After the attack, the occupying army personnel opened indiscriminate firing on the nearby Baloch population. Meanwhile, the enemy army captured a young Baloch named Muhammad Hayat in front of his mother and sister and shot him dead after ruthlessly torturing him. It has always been the MO of the Pakistani army when they are defeated by Baloch fighters; they take revenge in the form of butchering the innocent Baloch citizens.

In another attack today in Noshki, Balochistan, our fighters targeted a convoy of Pakistani troops when they were heading out from their main camp to the city.

The IED attack badly damaged a forces’ vehicle, which resulted in killing and injuring several forces’ personnel.

Whereas in the third attack today, Baloch fighters targeted a stall set up for 14 August in Mastung city. The attack was carried out with a hand grenade bomb, as a result, the stall was completely destroyed.

This attack is a continuation of BLA’s attacks on events and stalls of August 14. These attacks will continue with more intensity. Baloch people should stay away from any such stall or any event (held at the behest of the occupying army) to protect themselves from any possible loss of life and property.

Jeeyand Baloch - spokesperson Baloch Liberation Army


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