Pakistan: Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA) rebels have attacked Pakistan intelligence offices in Kharan city
Baloch rebels have intensified their attacks on Pakistani military agencies. Latest reports in local Pakistani media say that the Baloch Liberation Army (BLA) fired rockets at the offices of Military intelligence (MI) and Inter-Service Intelligence (ISI) on Tuesday evening in Kharan city, Balochistan.
BLA spokesperson, Azad Baloch, said that fighters also targeted Frontier Corps (FC) check posts.
Though the BLA claimed casualties among the Pakistani intelligence agencies, the local police told the media that despite the blasts, there was no loss of life or property. Sources told India Narrative that locals saw ambulances coming to the site of the attacks and picking up casualties but cannot confirm the number of dead and wounded.
According to experts, the attack carried out by the BLA in a highly secured area is a major setback for Pakistan’s spy agencies. The Pakistani intelligence agencies are unlikely to reveal the extent of damage for fear of demoralising the army. It had resorted to the same strategy earlier during the attacks on the Noshki and Panjgur camps by the Baloch nationalists.