Quetta: Terrorists in Pakistan attacked a security checkpoint on Monday and a few hours after this attacked the vehicle in which the soldiers were riding. At least four soldiers and four terrorists were killed in both these attacks. The army said the first incident took place in southwest Pakistan, where a group of militants attacked a security post in Quetta. Four soldiers were killed and six others were injured in this attack.
The troops also retaliated, killing four militants and injuring eight others. In the second incident, a vehicle belonging to security personnel was hit by a roadside bomb by militants in the Turbat district of Balochistan province, according to the statement. Two soldiers were injured in this incident. So far no organization has claimed responsibility for the attacks and details regarding the incident are yet to be received. In Balochistan, separatist groups have revolted many times demanding independence from the central government. At the same time, the Pakistani Taliban and Islamic State separatist organizations are also active here.