Security forces foil possible terrorist attack in Balochistan: ISPR

Operation Radd-ul-FasaadSecurity forces foil possible terrorist attack in Balochistan: ISPR

RAWALPINDI, Pakistan: The Security forces foiled a possible terrorist activity in Southern Balochistan, the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) said.

In a statement on Saturday, the ISPR said that the Security Forces conducted an Intelligence Based Operation (IBO) on a terrorist hideout of a proscribed organization in the Buleda area of Balochistan’s Ketch district.


The ISPR said that a high-value target responsible for killing innocent civilians, extortion, and attacking security forces was killed during the operation.

It said that a large cache of arms and ammunition were also recovered.

However, during the exchange of fire with terrorists, a Pakistan army soldier was injured.

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