Reading Now: 7 Frontier Corps Soldiers Embraced Martyrdom In Discrete Attacks In Balochistan
Balochistan has been a target of terrorism and brutality since decades. Indian agencies and terrorist wings have long been striving to destroy the peace of land to weaken Pakistan. However, Pakistan Army and security agencies have played a major role in bringing peace back to the province. And they have done it the cost of their lives. Terrorist groups and militants refuse to settle down and retaliate even more. This has caused the formation of big battle fronts and has resulted in thousands of precious lives being lost. Just recently, about 7 Frontier Corps soldiers embraced martyrdom in discrete attacks in Balochistan.
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As per official reports issued by ISPR, a vehicle of the Frontier Corps soldiers was attacked in the area of Mach in Balochistan. Terrorists made use of Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) which claimed the lives of 6 soldiers from Pakistan Army. In another event of assault in Kech area of Balochistan, a soldier embraced martyrdom during fire exchange with terrorist militants.
The 6 soldiers who sacrificed their lives in Mach were namely Naik Maula Baksh, Naik Zubair Khan, Naib Subedar Ihsan Ullah Khan, Naik Noor Muhammad, Naik Ijaz Ahmed and a Junior Commissioned Officer (JCO). A civilian driver was also reportedly martyred in the sad event. On Kech front, Sipahi Imdaad Ali was martyred in terrorist fire.
The IED incident took place when the soldiers were on their way back to safe base came in Pir Ghaib, Mach after a reconnaissance mission. According to reports, the soldiers will be laid to rest in their native hometowns.
Pakistan Army – Bearing The Brunt
In these difficult times of pandemic, Pakistan Army is exclusively helping the government of Pakistan and public in various aspects. Along with that, our Army is also fighting malicious and terrorist wings side by side.
Just a few days ago, another soldier was martyred when a powerful explosion ripped through a crowded bazaar in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The explosion cost three innocent civilian lives as well.
It is our duty as a nation to support our Army morally in these difficult times, who are sacrificing their lives and working round the clock for stability in Pakistan.