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Naval Air Station Striked In Pakistan; Majeed Brigade Takes Responsibility For Terror Attack

Reports indicate that terrorists have breached the air station's perimeter, and the attack is currently ongoing. It is reported that Pakistan Army helicopters and drones have been destroyed in the assault, resulting in casualties among the soldiers.

Edited By : simran rajpal | Updated: Mar 26, 2024 08:26 IST
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Naval Air Station Striked In Pakistan; Majeed Brigade Takes Responsibility For Terror Attack

The Majeed Brigade of the Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA) has claimed responsibility for a significant terrorist attack on the second-largest Naval Air Station in Pakistan, PNS Siddiqui, in Turbat. It is important to note that the Government of Pakistan has declared BLA as a banned organization. Reports indicate that gunfire and bomb explosions were heard during the attack.

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Emergency imposed at Pakistan hospital

In response to the attack, authorities have imposed an emergency at the medical hospital of Turbat. All doctors have received instructions to report to duty immediately. This marks the second attack this week and the third this year by the Majeed Brigade. Previously, Majeed Brigade fighters had targeted Mach City on 29 January, followed by an attack on the headquarters of Pakistan’s Military Intelligence in Gwadar on March 20.

According to the Balochistan Post report, Majeed Brigade opposes the investment made by China in Balochistan, alleging that both China and Pakistan are exploiting the region’s resources. BLA has claimed that its fighters have infiltrated the air station, where Chinese drones are also deployed. This marks the second attack this week and the third this year by the Majeed Brigade.

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First published on: Mar 26, 2024 08:26 AM IST

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