- Pakistani army media wing ISPAR confirmed the killing of soldiers
- According to the information, many soldiers have been injured in the incident, some of them are in critical condition.
Jul 13, 2020, 08:39 AM IS
Islamabad Four soldiers were killed in an encounter with rebels in Pakistan’s North Waziristan area on Sunday. Many others are injured. The condition of some of these has been stated to be critical. The Pakistan Army’s media wing has released photographs of the slain soldiers. According to the information, the encounter between the soldiers and the rebels took place some distance away from the town of Miranshah in North Waziristan.
Last week also an encounter took place in the same area. A Pakistani army post was blown up in it. Three soldiers were also killed. Three rebels were also killed in the incident on Sunday.
Intelligence based operation
According to a report by ‘The Dawn’, the Pakistani army was reported to have hidden some rebels in the Boya area, 8 km from the town of Miranshah. Some army vehicles arrived here with heavy weapons. However, the rebels attacked before they could take over. Therefore, the soldiers could not get a chance to recover. Four soldiers died on the spot.
Shahbaz Sharif surrounded the government
Leader of the Opposition in Parliament, Shahbaz Sharif, surrounded the Imran Khan government after the soldiers were killed. Sharif said- It is the failure of the government that we are losing our soldiers. An encounter took place in May also, even then 7 soldiers died. Government should tell when the situation will improve in North Waziristan area. The same is happening in Balochistan.
Accused of using IED
An ISPR statement said that the rebels used the IED device to attack the army and resulted in more damage. A similar incident came to light in March. The IED was then exploded and 6 soldiers were killed in it.
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