Pakistan: Another terrorist attack in Balochistan, 2 policemen killed

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Pakistan News

Highlights

  • Shots were fired at the deployed policemen
  • The attackers fled from the spot after the incident
  • No one has claimed responsibility for the attack yet

Pakistan News: Another terrorist attack incident has come to light from the restive Balochistan province of Pakistan. Militants opened fire on a security check post in Balochistan province on Sunday, killing two policemen. A police official said that armed men on bikes opened fire on the policemen posted in the Kaidi Shakh area of ​​Jaffrabad district of the province.

He said that two police constables died on the spot in the attack. The attackers fled from the spot after the incident. So far no terrorist or militant organization has claimed responsibility for the attack.

On the previous day, unidentified terrorists opened fire on the workers’ camp.

Recently, unidentified terrorists fired indiscriminately at a workers’ camp in Harnai district of Pakistan’s restive Balochistan province. At least four laborers were killed and four others were injured in this attack. The attack took place late on Friday night in Chapar Left area of ​​Harnai district. A few days ago, armed men kidnapped four employees, including two engineers of a private coal company, in Quetta’s Hanna Urak area.

Pakistan condemns attack on Gurudwara in Kabul

At the same time, Pakistan had condemned the attack on the gurdwara in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, yesterday. Two people were killed in this terrorist attack, while seven others were injured. Condemning the attack, Pakistan said on Saturday that it was a highly condemnable act of terror attack targeting religious places.

Pakistan’s Foreign Office said it was “deeply concerned by the terrorist attacks on the place of prayer and prayer in Afghanistan.” The Foreign Office said terrorists had targeted the Imam Sahib Mosque in Kunduz on Friday, killing several worshipers and injuring several others.