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 Balochistan 01/06/2006 to 30/09/2006

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تاريخ التسجيل : 16/07/2007

مُساهمةموضوع: Balochistan 01/06/2006 to 30/09/2006   2007-07-16, 12:53 pm

June 6

Gas supply to vast areas in the country is suspended late evening when the main compressor plant at Sui was closed after the main pipeline feeding the plant was blown up by insurgents.


June 9

11 people are injured when a bomb exploded in a restaurant in the industrial town of Hub.


June 11

Five unidentified insurgents are killed and 11 injured when SFs retaliate to an attack at Dera Bugti.


June 13

At least five insurgents are killed and seven others arrested during an operation launched by the Frontier Corps in the Dera Bugti district.


June 15

Unidentified gunmen attack a paramilitary vehicle, killing one soldier.


June 16

Two civilians are killed in a landmine blast in the Nelakh vicinity in Sui.


June 19

President Pervez Musharraf is reported to have claimed that life is returning to normal in Dera Bugti and nearby areas as terrorists have been eliminated from Balochistan.


June 27

A Frontier Corps personnel, identified as Imran Shah, is killed and another injured in a landmine blast in the Dera Bugti district.


June 29

Three insurgents are killed and two others sustain injuries in a gun-battle with SFs in the Nal area of Kohlu district.


July 4

Unidentified gunmen shot dead Abdullah Samad Achakzai, general secretary of the Pashtoonkhwa Milli Awami Party, and his bodyguard in an ambush at Shella Bagh in the Qilla Abdullah district.


July 7

Insurgents claim to have shot dead at least seven SF personnel in separate clashes in Balochistan.


July 8-9

At least 23 insurgents are killed in a series of strikes against their hideouts in the Sangsilla and Bamboore areas of Dera Bugti district.


July 13

The British Government declares the BLA as a terrorist organization.
Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz, while talking to the media in Islamabad, rules out general amnesty for “miscreants” in Balochistan.


July 14

Suspected insurgents claim to have killed at least 14 SF personnel in two separate incidents in the Dera Bugti district.


July 15

Insurgents claim to have killed at least nine soldiers in various parts of the Dera Bugti district.


July 26

Unidentified gunmen shot dead Wing Commander (retd.) Mian Maqbool Ahmed Rehbar, principal of the Mastung Cadet College, at his official residence in Mastung.
A spokesperson for the Bugti tribe told reporters via satellite phone from an undisclosed location in the Dera Bugti district that five security force personnel have been killed and 14 others injured in separate incidents of landmine blasts by insurgents during the past four days.


July 30

Three soldiers, Mohammad Taslim, Ali Mohammad and Wali Bakhsh, are killed and three others sustain serious injuries when their vehicle hit a landmine at Kahan in the Kohlu district.


August 6

A suspected suicide bomber riding a bicycle is killed at Hub.


August 12

Two people are killed in a bomb blast near Chaman, close to the Afghan border.


August 15

At least eight people, including three security force SF personnel, are killed and 19 others sustained injuries in nine explosions and armed clashes in different areas of Balochistan.


August 16

Security forces recovered 2,000 handmade bombs, bullets and Kalashnikovs near Bhamboor.


August 17

Three soldiers, Amjad Ali, Tasawar Hussain and Matloob Hussain, are killed and seven others sustain injuries when a vehicle carrying SF personnel hit a landmine in the Karmo Wadh area of Kohlu district.
Two personnel of the Frontier Corps, Kashmir Khan Afridi and Abdul Khaliq Afridi, are killed and five others injured when their vehicle hit a landmine in the Bhamboor area of Dera Bugti district.


August 24

Two soldiers are killed and three others sustain injuries in an exchange of fire between insurgents from the Marri tribe and SFs in Kohlu.
16 people, including two girls, are wounded in two bomb blasts at Model Town close to a busy bus stand and headquarters of the Frontier Corps in Quetta.
The first-ever tribal Jirga (council) of its kind in the history of Dera Bugti in the Balochistan province held at the Jinnah Stadium unanimously announces to abandon the “Sardari system” (a feudal system) in the Bugti tribe.


August 25

Four insurgents and two SF personnel are killed and an officer wounded as the SFs used helicopter gun-ships to launch another operation in parts of the Kohlu district.


August 26

Nawab Akbar Bugti, leader of the Bugti tribe and President of the Jamhoori Watan Party, is killed in a massive military operation in the Bhamboor Hills, an area between the cities of Kohlu and Dera Bugti in the Balochistan Province. As many as 21 army commandos and 37 insurgents are also killed in the same operation, which targeted 50 to 80 of Nawab Bugti’s closest family members and top commanders.


August 27

At least three persons are killed on as protests spread in the Balochistan province and Baloch-populated areas in Karachi after Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti’s death in a military operation a day earlier.
Around 450 students of the Balochistan University, Bolan Medical College and Polytechnic Institute are arrested for violence while the four-party Baloch National Alliance and the Baloch Students Organisation has announced a 15-day mourning period for Nawab Bugti. The MMA announced a countrywide strike on September 1.


August 28

Violent protests against the killing of Nawab Akbar Bugti continue across Balochistan province and in Karachi, with one death and dozens of injuries reported. Riots erupt in the Baloch-populated areas of Karachi in Sindh province, with violence also spilling over into other areas.
Police detain some 100 Baloch students, including Gulzar Baloch, general secretary of the Baloch Students Organisation, bringing the total detained in provincial capital Quetta to approximately 550.
Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz said that Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti was not the target in the military operation.


August 29

At least five persons are killed in a bomb blast as violence continued in the Balochistan province for the third consecutive day after funeral prayers for the slain Baloch leader Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti. The blast in Hub, an industrial town close to the Sindh border, also wounded ten people.
Military regime spokesperson Maj. Gen. Shaukat Sultan said in Islamabad that there is no chance of retrieving the body of Nawab Akbar Bugti from the cave in which he died for four to five days. He said the bodies of three officers and four soldiers along with Rs 100 million and $96,000 cash, two satellite phones, documents, eight AK-47 rifles and some rockets is recovered from the rubble of the cave.
Six important Marri commanders and 2,000 militants surrendered to district authorities in Tadri, a town 140 kilometers from Kohlu in the Balochistan province.


August 30

Mobs protesting the killing of Nawab Akbar Bugti cut off the main highway connecting Quetta, capital of Balochistan province, to Karachi at four points and another heading west to Iran as the number of arrests in four days rose to nearly 700.
Baloch National Party chief Attaullah Mengal warns in a statement that the strikes would continue until the Government handed over Bugti’s body to his family.


August 31

The body of Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti is retrieved from a cave in the Kohlu district as efforts to recover the bodies of other tribesmen continued.
A high-level meeting chaired by Chief Minister Jam Muhammad Yousuf is informed that rioters had set ablaze or damaged 93 Government buildings, 87 shops, 31 houses, 28 banks and 37 vehicles over the past four days in various parts of the province, including capital Quetta.
Baloch leader Sardar Khair Baksh Marri describes the killing of Nawab Bugti as target killing. He said he fears for the life of his own son, Balach Marri, because the Government had the ‘mistaken notion’ that Marri was the epicentre of all anti-state and terrorist activities, and Balach Marri was an ‘icon of resistance’.


September 1

Leader of the Baloch tribe, Nawab Akbar Bugti, killed on August 26 by security forces, was buried at his ancestral graveyard at Dera Bugti in Balochistan on September 1. The funeral prayer was led by a cleric from the Bugti tribe who identified Bugti's remains, and no heirs of Bugti were present at the funeral. Officials said that Bugti's relatives were contacted for attending the funeral, but they demanded handing over the body to the heirs. Bugti's relatives reportedly wanted an open funeral for Bugti in Quetta and refused to attend the funeral after their demand for being given the body was turned down.
Two paramilitary personnel were killed and several people injured during the general strike observed by the combined opposition against the Government on various issues, particularly the killing of Baloch leader Nawab Akbar Bugti.


September 3

Six people were injured in a hand grenade attack on the Jail Road in Quetta.
A bomb blast damaged a gas pipeline in the mountainous area of Lakpass, cutting supplies to thousands of homes but causing no injuries.
Frontier Corps personnel is reported to have seized 195 kilograms of explosives dumped at a place in the Zhob area.


September 4

Three persons from a Bugti sub-tribe are killed in an ambush in the Naseerabad district.
President Pervez Musharraf told Baloch politicians and other leaders that the Government had sealed six points through which arms and money were being sent into Balochistan. He said that sophisticated weapons were being funneled to Bugti areas from abroad through Rahimyar Khan, Sanghar, Jacobabad, Waziristan, Zhob and Chagai and the sealing of the points had stopped arms supplies.
Gas supply to the Sui plant was affected when insurgents blew up the main pipeline near Sui.
Principal Officer of the US Consulate in Lahore, Bryan David Hunt, said that America is not in anyway involved in the incidents happening in Balochistan, while the killing of Nawab Akbar Bugti is an internal affair of the country and it is the responsibility of the Government to settle it the way it likes.


September 5

A member of the Bugti tribe is killed in a landmine blast in the Sangsila area of Dera Bugti.


September 6

A wheel-jam and shutter-down strike was observed throughout Balochistan on the call of All Parties Conference in protest against the killing of Baloch leader Nawab Akbar Bugti, military operations in Kohlu and arrests of hundreds of political workers.


September 8

At least six people were killed and 17 others sustained injuries in a bomb blast in the Rakhni Bazaar area of Barkhan district.
One personnel of the Airport Security Force was wounded in a grenade attack on a camp near Gwadar airport.


September 10

Power supply to 15 of the 29 districts of Balochistan, including capital Quetta, was disrupted after four pylons supporting two transmission lines in Mach were blown up by the insurgents. According to the Quetta Electric Supply Company (Qesco), saboteurs planted explosives round four pylons of 220kv Uch-Sibi-Quetta transmission line and 132kv Sibi-Mach-Quetta line and detonated it. The blast blew up the huge towers plunging more than half of Balochistan province into darkness.
At least 18 people were injured when a bomb exploded on the Prince Road in Quetta. The bomb was reportedly in a packet left on a bicycle parked near a restaurant.


September 11

A bomb blast was reported near a post office in the Kharan town.


September 12

Three soldiers were wounded when their vehicle struck a landmine in the Loti area of Dera Bugti district.


September 13

A landmine exploded in the Loti area near Dera Bugti, wounding three soldiers who were clearing a roadside minefield.
Five rocket explosions were reported from the Mach town. Officials said that the rockets were fired from nearby mountains but none of them caused any damage as they landed in a hilly area near the Mach railway station. No casualty was reported in the attack.
A bomb explosion was reported from Khuzdar. Further, another blast was reported from the Kharan town.


September 17

A bomb blast outside a Punjabi settler’s house injured two children and three women in the Khuzdar district.


September 18

Three civilians and two police personnel were wounded when a time bomb exploded in a crowded market in Quetta.


September 22

Suspected insurgents fired four rockets at a Frontier Corps (FC) check post in the Wadh area of Khuzdar district.
FC personnel have seized arms and ammunition worth PKR 140 million from insurgents in the Dera Bugti district since January 2006, Col. Muhammad Naeem told Quetta-based journalists who visited Dera Bugti on September 22.


September 23

Insurgents blew up a natural gas pipeline, cutting supply to thousands of homes. There were no casualties when the pipeline, supplying gas to suburban areas of provincial capital Quetta, was hit by explosives, said police official Mohammad Arif Shah.


September 26

A bomb blast occurred in a residential area at Hub. Police said the explosive device was armed with a timer. However, no casualty was reported.


September 28

Unidentified persons fired two rockets in Quetta. While one rocket landed at an isolated place in the Brewery area, the other fell in the foothills of Murdar mountain in Marriabad. No loss of life or injuries was reported.
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