Saturday 13/May/2023 – 11:16 AM
Pakistan’s army said Saturday that at least 13 people, including soldiers, were killed in an attack on a security facility in southwest Pakistan, according to a media report.
A camp belonging to the Frontier Corps in the Islamic Bagh region of northern Balochistan province was attacked in the early hours of Friday morning.
The Joint Public Relations Authority of Branches of the Armed Forces, the media wing of the Pakistan Army, stated that the army launched an operation to rescue hostages and clear the area from terrorists.-
The authority added that during the clearance operation, at least six soldiers and a civilian were killed, and six other people, including a woman, were injured. Among the dead were all six terrorists, whom the army said were well-equipped and stormed the compound.-
The statement added that the security forces, along with the people, remain determined to obstruct all attempts to sabotage peace, stability and progress in Balochistan.
Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan released on bail for two weeks
In another context, the Pakistani police announced, yesterday, the ban on gatherings in Islamabad, as it is expected that Imran Khan’s supporters will go to the capital; To follow up on the hearing of the former prime minister before the court under strict security cover.
The Islamabad High Court released former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on bail for two weeks in a corruption case.