Government offices attacked in Soorab

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Two government offices were attacked with hand grenades by unknown armed men.

According to details received by The Balochistan Post, unknown armed men hurled hand grenades on Assistant Commissioner and Judicial Magistrate’s offices earlier Today in Soorab area of Balochistan.

No casualties have been reported.

According to local sources, both offices were attacked at the same time.

Responsibility of these attacks has been claimed by a Baloch militant group, United Baloch Army (UBA).

Mazar Baloch, spokesman to UBA said that, “our fighters carried out the attacks early in the morning to avoid casualties of civilians as our intention was to damage the government offices”.

“Pakistani Army, death squad groups and government installations are on our target and our attacks will continue until independence of Balochistan” Mazar Baloch said.


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