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Iran attacks Pakistan targeting Militant Group

Iran attacks Pakistan targeting Militant Group

Missiles targeted two bases of the Balochi militant group Jaish al Adl in Pakistan, as reported by Iranian state media on Tuesday. The strike came a day after Iran's Revolutionary Guards launched missiles at targets in Iraq and Syria. Jaish al Adl has previously carried out attacks on Iranian security forces along the border with Pakistan.

The Iranian state media confirmed the destruction of the bases by missiles and drones but did not provide further details. Nournews, linked to Iran's top security body, specified that the targeted bases were in Pakistan's Balochistan province. Pakistan's Balochistan Information Minister, Jan Achakzai, neither confirmed nor denied the attack, suggesting waiting for the response from Pakistan's military public relations wing (ISPR).

In response, Pakistan condemned the incident, reporting the unfortunate death of two children due to the missile strikes. Pakistan warned of "serious consequences," deeming the act "completely unacceptable." A strong protest was lodged with the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Iranian charge d'affaires was summoned to convey Pakistan's strong condemnation. Tensions escalated as Pakistan emphasized the violation of its sovereignty and held Iran responsible for the potential fallout.

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Iran attacks Pakistan targeting Militant Group

Iran attacks Pakistan targeting Militant Group

Missiles targeted two bases of the Balochi militant group Jaish al Adl in Pakistan, as reported by Iranian state media on Tuesday. The strike came a day after Iran's Revolutionary Guards launched missiles at targets in Iraq and Syria. Jaish al Adl has previously carried out attacks on Iranian security forces along the border with Pakistan.

The Iranian state media confirmed the destruction of the bases by missiles and drones but did not provide further details. Nournews, linked to Iran's top security body, specified that the targeted bases were in Pakistan's Balochistan province. Pakistan's Balochistan Information Minister, Jan Achakzai, neither confirmed nor denied the attack, suggesting waiting for the response from Pakistan's military public relations wing (ISPR).

In response, Pakistan condemned the incident, reporting the unfortunate death of two children due to the missile strikes. Pakistan warned of "serious consequences," deeming the act "completely unacceptable." A strong protest was lodged with the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Iranian charge d'affaires was summoned to convey Pakistan's strong condemnation. Tensions escalated as Pakistan emphasized the violation of its sovereignty and held Iran responsible for the potential fallout.

 
 
 

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