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Five policemen martyred in series of blasts in Quetta

QUETTA: Five policemen embraced martyrdom while eight Frontier Corps personnel were injured after a series of blasts in Balochistan province's Quetta city, ARY News reported on Tuesday. According to ARY News correspondent, at least two terrorists attacked a FC checkpost in Mian Ghundi area of the Balochistan capital leaving eight security forces' personnel injured. The paramilitary troops had opened fire at the attackers, who detonated their explosives, wounding eight soldiers. Both the suicide bombers died. About…

Four FC personnel martyred in suicide attack near Quetta

QUETTA: Four Frontier Constabulary personnel were martyred and eight others were martyred after suicide bomber struck in the outskirts of Quetta, ARY News reported.  The incident occurred in the Khonitalab Nawhisar area on the outskirts of the provincial capital. Rescue services said that injured have been shifted to nearby hospital where they are being administered medical aid. Two of the injured are said to be in critical condition. The blast reportedly occurred when security agencies were conducting a search…

FC Balochistan recovers arms from militant hideouts: ISPR

RAWALPINDI: Frontier Corps (FC) Balochistan recovered huge cache of arms and ammunition stashed in militants’ hideouts during numerous Intelligence-Based Operations (IBOs) in various areas of the restive province. This was stated by Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) on Wednesday. The IBOs were conducted in Chaman, Kohlu, Sibbi and Uch areas of the province under countrywide operation Radd-ul-Fasaad to disarm and eliminate the hidden terrorist sleeper cells, ISPR said in the statement. A large cache of arms and…

FC Balochistan arrests 20 terror suspects during various IBOs: ISPR

RAWALPINDI: As many as 20 suspected terrorists were rounded up during various Intelligence-Based Operations (IBOs) conducted in numerous areas of restive province Balochistan by Frontier Corps (FC), Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement on Sunday. The IBOs were conducted in Gish Kaur, Buleda, Tratha and Pishin areas, the Pakistan army’s media cell further said. A large cache of arms and ammunition including RPG grenades, sub-machine guns and snipers were recovered during the raids. Other…

FC arrests eleven suspects in Balochistan operations

QUETTA: Frontier Corps Balochistan on Tuesday along with intelligence agencies conducted several intelligence-based operations (IBOs) in various part of the province. According to the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), the operations were conducted in Surkhab on a Afghan refugees camp, Kanak Valley and Moro River in Bolan area. Eleven suspected were arrested during the search operation. Weapons and ammunition including explosives, mines, detonators and fuzes, mobile SIMs and communication equipment were also…

200 Baloch militants surrender before authorities in Turbat

TURBAT: In a major breakthrough in fight against terrorism, as many as 200 Baloch militants along with their commanders surrendered before the authorities on Thursday during a ceremony held at Frontier Corps (FC) Headquarters in Turbat. Incumbent Balochistan Chief Minister Abdul Quddus Bizenjo and Commander Southern Command Lieutenant (Lt) General Asim Saleem Bajwa were the chief guests of the ceremony. Laying down their weapons, the insurgents announced entering into the national mainstream and abandoning their…

FC Balochistan round up 16 miscreants during raids

QUETTA: Frontier Corps (FC) Balochistan arrested as many as 16 suspects during raids conducted in different parts of the province under Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad, Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement on Friday. According to Pakistan Army’s media wing, huge cache of arms and ammunition were also recovered during the raids including hand grenades, Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs), RPG grenades and explosive materials. The raids were carried out in Sibbi, Sambaza and Hazar Ganji areas of the…

FC Balochistan foils terror bid

RAWALPINDI: The Frontier Corps Balochistan on Saturday arrested a number of suspects foiling major terrorist activity during its intelligence based operation in Mastung.  According to the media wing of military, Inter Service Public Relations, cache of arms, ammunition and explosive including sniper rifles, grenade and improvised explosive devices hidden in caves were also recovered from them. Read More: Terror plot foiled as security forces defuse bomb in Quetta Balochistan govt to ensure better health facilities in…

Scores of illegal Afghan immigrants, suspects arrested in Balochistan raids: ISPR

RAWALPINDI: Frontier Corps (FC) Balochistan has stepped up its anti-terror operations across the province under recently initiated Khushal Balochistan Programme, said Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) in a statement on Friday. According to the Pak Army’s media wing, scores of illegal Afghan immigrants and suspected miscreants were arrested during the raids carried out in various districts of the province. FC personnel recovered home-made IEDs, explosives, besides huge cache of arms and ammunition during the raids,…

Three FC soldiers martyred in Mohmand Agency

RAWALPINDI: Three Frontiers Corps soldiers were martyred on Friday when armed men fired across the Pak-Afghan border in Mohmand Agency. According to the Inter Services Public Relations, the terrorists fired from across the border on FC troops busy in construction of a new border post at Shunkrai in Mohmand Agency near the Pak-Afghan border. The soldiers who embraced martyrdom include Lance Naik Irshad Hussaim, Havaldar Muneer Khan, and sepy Haq Nawaz Khan. FC troops responded and killed five terrorists while as many…