Terrorists attack security forces post in Quetta; One soldier martyred

Operation Radd-ul-FasaadTerrorists attack security forces post in Quetta; One soldier martyred

RAWALPINDI, Pakistan: One Pakistan Army Soldier embraced martyrdom while another got injured in an attack by terrorists in Quetta, the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) said.

In a statement on Friday, the ISPR said that terrorists attacked a post of security forces near Wali Tangi Quetta on September 14, 2023 at 1830 hours.

   

During fire exchange, three terrorists were sent to hell.

However, subedar Qaiser Raheem while fighting valiantly embraced shahadat in the line of duty whereas one soldier was seriously injured.

The ISPR said that the security forces of Pakistan will continue to thwart efforts of the enemies of peace and prosperity in the Country.

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