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Baloch armed groups have claimed responsibility for a series of attacks targeting the military outposts of Pakistani security forces.

In separate statements to the media, the Baloch Liberation Army (BLA) and the Baloch Republican Guards (BRG) claimed responsibility for attacks on Pakistani forces.

According to BLA spokesperson Jeeyand Baloch, the BLA fighters targeted a Pakistani army post in Panjgur, resulting in injuries to three personnel. He also cited another incident on September 2 in Turbat, where two more personnel were reportedly injured. The BLA also claimed responsibility for an assault on a Pakistani Navy post in Gwadar, claiming substantial losses to security forces.

In a separate statement, BRG spokesperson Dostain Baloch claimed that the BRG fighters orchestrated a bombing on Pakistani forces stationed in Sibi. The forces, who were reportedly guarding a World Bank project at the time, reportedly suffered fatalities and financial losses.

At the time of writing, neither the Pakistani armed forces nor local authorities have issued statements confirming or refuting these claims.

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