Armed men attack Pak Army convoy in Turbat

Pak Army has been targeted in an attack in Turbat
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A convoy of Pak security forces was attacked in Turbat, the main city of Kech district, on June 27. The assault occurred in Turbat Satellite Town, where unidentified armed individuals ambushed the convoy.

Casualties have occurred among the security personnel, though exact numbers remain unconfirmed. In the aftermath of the attack, retaliatory fire from the forces injured a local resident, Shoaib, son of Din Muhammad, from Dasht Apsi Gaz.

No group has claimed responsibility for the attack as of yet. However, Turbat is known to be an area where various Baloch revolutionary organizations operate actively.

This incident follows a significant attack just a day earlier near Kalat city, where the Baloch Liberation Army (BLA) targeted a central camp of the Pakistan Army and several security checkpoints in the Askalko area. In that assault, the BLA reportedly captured the camp, seized weapons and ammunition, and subsequently set the facility ablaze.

The recent surge in attacks highlights the ongoing challenges faced by the occupying force of Pak Army in Pak-occupied-Balochistan, Pakistan’s largest and resource-rich province, where pro-independence groups have long been active has been under forceful control where the community is facing numerous atrocities on a daily basis.

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