BRA commander among five militants killed in Balochistan raid

Five SMGs, two IEDs and 15kg of explosive material was also seized during the operation


Mohammad Zafar August 26, 2015
A file photo of FC in Balochistan. PHOTO: APP

QUETTA: At least five militants including the banned Balochistan Republican Army (BRA) commander Chella Reesh were killed in targeted action by Frontier Corps in Darinjan Nulah area of Sui in Balochistan on Wednesday.

According to an FC spokesperson, five SMGs, two IEDs and 15kg of explosive materials were also seized during the operation.

The terrorists were wanted by security agencies since long and were involved serious terrorist activities.

Read: Four LeJ militants killed in shootout near Quetta

On Tuesday night, at least four militants of a banned religious organization, including one of its commanders, were gunned down and a security official was injured in a skirmish in Mian Gundi area of Quetta.

An FC official said they had received a tip off from an intelligence agency that a convoy of Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ) militants was heading towards Mastung.

FC special wing set up a picket on the Quetta-Mastung highway in Mian Gundi to intercept the militants.

“The militants opened fire at security personnel,” he said. In the ensuing exchange of fire, four militants of LEJ were killed on the spot. A security official was also injured.

COMMENTS (3)

ALi | 6 years ago | Reply so sad indian investment down the drain.
Khan | 6 years ago | Reply Left wing insurgency is collapsing in balochistan. BBC is even reporting today that Bramadagh bugti is even giving up on the idea of independence and just wants more autonomy under pakistan!
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