Pakistan Army repulses terrorist attacks in Balochistan, ISPR

On Wednesday’s evening, the Panjgur and Noshki forces camps in Balochistan came under terrorist attacks. According to the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the attacks were repulsed, and four terrorists were killed in counterfire.

The statement by ISPR briefed that terrorist forces tried to attack the Panjgur camp from two locations, but their attempt was foiled by the timely response of soldiers. It added that four terrorists were killed at the Noshki camp, while they were attempting to capture the Frontier Corps (FC).

The ISPR further added that one soldier was martyred during the attack. The responsibility of the attacks was accepted by the Baloch Liberation Army (BLA).

Prime Minister Imran Khan condemned the attack and praised the efforts of the Pakistan Army in repulsing the terrorist activity. He added that the whole nation supported the armed forces and their efforts to protect the nation.

Last week, 10 soldiers were martyred in Balochistan in a terrorist attack in the Kech district. Multiple attacks on the forces have been recorded in the province during recent times.

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