Four insurgents killed in attack on Pakistani navy station

Security forces reportedly killed four insurgents who attacked a Pakistan Navy station in Turbat city of Balochistan. The terrorists armed with weapons and grenades engaged in a fire exchange before being killed by security personnel. Additional forces conducted a clearance operation at the site.

The attack took place on Monday night at Pakistan Naval Station Siddique in Turbat. The terrorists attempted to enter the navy station but were engaged outside and neutralized during the exchange with security personnel. Following the incident, additional security forces cordoned off the area and initiated a search operation.

While some sources claim six terrorists were involved, official confirmation is pending. The Inter-Services Public Relations is expected to release a detailed statement regarding the attack. The banned outfit Balochistan Liberation Army claimed responsibility for the incident, highlighting the ongoing security challenges in the region.


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