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During the month of November 2020, Six (6) lethal attacks were carried out on Pakistani forces. More than Seven (7) soldiers were killed and a dozen more injured.

06 November 2020
At around 6pm on Friday, BLF fighters targeted a military check-post at Shapuk Dam in Kech District of Occupied Balochistan with rockets and heavy weapons. Two military personnel at the check-post were killed and others were injured.

16 November 2020
BLF marksman killed a Pakistani military personnel with sniper rifle at the Hazhda-Khol military check-post in Noshki District of Occupied Balochistan.

On November 16 at around 8’oclock BLF fighters attacked the check-post of Frontier Corps in Gidar area of District Surab, Occupied Balochistan. The exchange of fire between the BLF fighters and the enemy forces continued for a long time. Several Pakistan military personnel were killed and wounded in the attack.

19 November 2020
At around 4.30pm on Thursday, BLF marksman shot and killed a Pakistani military personnel at a check-post in the Suhren Koh area of Mand, District Kech, Occupied Balochistan. At the same time, the Sangar of the check-post was attacked with heavy weapons. In which, another Pakistani military personnel was killed and the other wounded.

22 November 2020
At around 11 am, BLF marksman shot and killed a Pakistani military personnel at a Pakistani military check-post in Sohren Koh area of Mand, District Kech, Occupied Balochistan. At the same time, the check-post was attacked with heavy weapons. In which, one Pakistani military personnel was killed and the other wounded.

30 November 2020
On the evening of Monday, November 30, the BLF fighters attackedPakistan army's main camp with rockets and heavy weapons in Gishkaur Bazaar area of District Kech, Occupied Balochistan. The BLF fighters first attacked with heavy weapons at two Sangars of the army camp and then fired several rockets at the army camp, which landed inside the army camp. At the same time, the BLF fighters also used heavy weapons and inflicted heavy casualties on the enemy army.


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