Major Terrorist Attack in Pakistan's Balochistan, 10 Soldiers Killed

Director General of Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), stated that terrorists opened fire on a security checkpoint in Balochistan's Kech district on Thursday.
Major Terrorist Attack in Pakistan's Balochistan, 10 Soldiers Killed

Terrorist attack in Pakistan's Balochistan 

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The entire world is aware that Pakistan is a safe haven for terrorists. The world is aware that the Pakistan government and army breed terrorists who are then exported to terrorize the rest of the world, including India. However, it is said that the person who plays with fire burns his own hands. Many times, these terrorist attacks Pakistan, wreaking havoc on the country's government and military.

Director General of Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), stated...

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Terrorist attack in Pakistan's Balochistan 

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A major terrorist attack has occurred in Pakistan's Balochistan province. Ten soldiers were killed in this terrorist attack, according to reports. Major General Babar Iftikhar, Director General of Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), stated that terrorists opened fire on a security checkpoint in Balochistan's Kech district on Thursday. This attack claimed the lives of ten soldiers. According to the army's media wing, the incident occurred on the night of January 25 to 26, during which one terrorist was killed and several others were injured.

According to a news website, security forces have apprehended three terrorists involved in the attack, and they are still on the lookout for other terrorists. The Armed Forces are committed to eliminating terrorists from our soil at any cost, according to the statement. The Taliban's control of Afghanistan is proving detrimental to Pakistan. According to a report by the Pakistan Institute for Conflict and Security Studies (PICSS), the number of terrorist attacks has not decreased despite a one-month ceasefire from November 10 to December 10. The average monthly number of terrorist attacks in Pakistan has risen from 16 in 2020 to 25 in 2021, the highest since 2017.

170 people were killed in 103 attacks

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Terrorist attack in Pakistan's Balochistan 

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According to data, Balochistan is Pakistan's most troubled province. There have been 170 deaths as a result of 103 attacks. According to the report, Balochistan has also recorded the highest number of injured, with more than half of those injured in the attacks occurring in this province. According to the report, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is the second most affected region after Balochistan. Experts are concerned about Pakistan's involvement in Afghanistan. They believe that Pakistan's public support for the Taliban will exacerbate regional conflict.

The military establishment may be harmed

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Terrorist attack in Pakistan's Balochistan 

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The reason for this situation is also the leaders' personal interest. Experts have warned that it could overshadow Pakistan's actions. This could have a particularly negative impact on the country's military and intelligence establishments. Despite all of the attacks, Pakistan's government remains soft on the Taliban. On several occasions, Prime Minister Imran Khan is seen acting as a spokesman for the Taliban.

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