Hue cache of weapons recovered in Chaman

Pakistan ArmyHue cache of weapons recovered in Chaman

Islamabad, Pakistan: On 15 Mar 23, an Intelligence Based Operation was carried out in general area Boghra Rd, Chaman to search a suspected hideout of Terrorists, linked with recent firing incidents on law enforcement agencies and civilians in Chaman area besides planting of improvised explosive devices in surrounding areas.

As a result of continuous technical Surveillance and Reconnaissance of the area, the location of the Terrorists was identified and Security Forces along with CTD were inducted.

Hue cache of weapons recovered in Chaman

Resultantly, while terrorists had already escaped, a huge cache of arms and ammunition including rockets, Improvised Explosive Devices and other accessories has been recovered. The recovery has helped avert an obvious terrorist activity at some urban areas like Quetta.

Hue cache of weapons recovered in Chaman

Pakistan Army in step with Nation, remains determined to thwart attempts at sabotaging peace, stability and progress of Balochistan

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