This was stated by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR). on Saturday that the clearing operation in Balochistan, launched after terrorists attacked the security forces’ camps in the areas of Panjgur and Naushki provinces in delay on By Wednesday night, it had been completed.
Twenty terrorists were killed in operations following the attacks, the military’S media affairs ala said in a statement, adding that nine security personnel he had embraced martyrdom.
“Both attacks were repulsed successfully by the prompt response of the troops of both locations”Said the ISPR.
It added that nine of the terrorists were killed in Naushki and four security personnel, including an officer, were martyred during an exchange of fire with the militants there.
In Panjgur, the ISPR said, the security forces had pushed the terrorist back attack after an intense exchange of fire during which some of the militants had fled the area.
The security forces had carried out an evacuation operation to hunt down the hidden terrorists in nearby, he said, adding that initially four terrorists in escape were killed there and as many were surrounded by security forces on next day.
“All the surrounded terrorists have been killed in operation today (Saturday) like them failed surrender, “the ISPR said.
The military’S media ala said five soldiers, including a young officer in charge, were martyred and six injured during follow-up operations in Panjgur over the past 72 hours.
In addition, the ISPR said, three terrorists, including two high-value targets, linked to the attacks were killed in Balgatar of the district of Kech area on Friday.
These terrorists were killed in a follow up clearing operation conducted in a makeshift hiding place for terrorists.
“Our security forces are firm and resolutely committed to eliminating the menace of terrorism from our soil doesn’t matter [at] what cost”Said the ISPR.
Previously, ISPR had claimed that intelligence agencies had intercepted communications between the terrorists who carried out attacks in Balochistan and their handlers in Afghanistan and India.
The attacks in Naushki and Panjgur were claimed by the bandit militant outfit Baloch Liberation Army (BLA).