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 Balochistan 01/10/2006 to 15/11/2006

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تاريخ التسجيل : 16/07/2007

مُساهمةموضوع: Balochistan 01/10/2006 to 15/11/2006   2007-07-16, 12:56 pm

October 1

A 12-year-old boy was killed in a landmine blast in the Sibi district.
A tanker, carrying oil for allied forces in Afghanistan, was blown up near the customs house in the border town of Chaman.
An unidentified person lobbed a hand-grenade on the house of one Mohammad Jan Qabrani in the Faisal Town area of Quetta. Another explosion occurred near the house of Major (retd) Safiuulah Khan, head of an NGO. However, no loss of life or injuries was reported in these incidents.
Police arrested nine Taliban suspects during a raid on Al-Khidmat Hospital, a private hospital, in Quetta. Six of the arrested were reportedly injured in a fight in Afghanistan and were under treatment at the hospital, while three others were there to look after the injured.


October 2

A bomb blast shattered windows and damaged walls at a police radio control room in the Khuzdar town.
Over 35 commanders of the Marri tribe running fugitive camps surrendered before authorities in Kohlu. They handed over anti-aircraft guns, rocket launchers and other heavy arms to the authorities. The commanders from 12 branches of the Marri tribe were running four fugitive camps, PTV reported.


October 3

Three SF personnel were killed and two others sustained injuries when their convoy was ambushed in the Bhombor area of Kohlu district. The SF convoy was reportedly going to the Kahan area to defuse landmines planted by tribesmen in a vast area to restrict their movement. When it reached Bhombor mountain range on the border of Dera Bugti and Kohlu districts, unidentified people attacked it, using heavy weapons, including rockets.
100 Marri tribesmen have surrendered with their weapons and renounced insurgent activities. They reportedly belonged to the Murghlani, Mehkani and Thangiani sub-clans of Ghazini Narri clan of Marri tribe and had announced support for the Government.


October 4

Unknown assailants blew up a gas pipeline using a bomb at Mangli. However, there was no loss of life or injuries.
Five rockets were fired at a check-post of the Frontier Corps in the Kahan area of Kohlu district, without causing any casualty.
A bomb explosion was reported from the Sumangli area.


October 5

Suspected insurgents fired rockets at security check-posts in the Kohlu district, while a bomb blast in Mustung damaged windows of nearby buildings. However, there were no casualties in any of these incidents.


October 7

Police arrested over 45 suspected Taliban operatives during a series of raids in the Balochistan province near the Afghan border, Reuters reported. The arrests were made in the provincial capital Quetta and in a raid on a hotel in the nearby town of Kuchlak. "We have arrested around a dozen suspects from Kuchlak and 33 from Quetta," said Qazi Abdul Wahid, a senior police official in Quetta.


October 10

A gas line and water pipeline was reportedly blown up by suspected insurgents in the industrial area of Pir Koh, resulting in the suspension of water and gas supply to adjacent areas. The Balochistan Liberation Army claimed responsibility for the blast.


October 11

Police arrested 17 suspected Taliban operatives in two raids on buildings in the Pashtoonabad locality of Quetta.


October 12

Two bomb blasts in Quetta damaged Government building windows, but caused no casualties. The first blast damaged the boundary wall of a water pumping station in the Kharotabad area, while the second blast near the civil secretariat damaged office windows. Another bomb exploded in the remote town of Naushki near a tile factory, but there were no casualties, a local police official said.


October 15

Gas supply was suspended to the industrial estate and other areas of the Hub township after the main pipeline near the Civic Centre was blown up.
A hand grenade was thrown into the house of one Mohammad Asif in the Shafi Colony near the Balochistan University. However, no loss of life or injuries was reported.
An explosion occurred in the official residence of a jailer in Zhob, without causing any damage.


October 16

Afghan President Hamid Karzai told The Associated Press that Mullah Omar, the fugitive Taliban leader, is hiding in Quetta, capital of Balochistan province.


October 18

Security forces arrested Baz Khan Marri, a ‘commander’ of the insurgents belonging to the Marri tribe, along with his three associates after an exchange of fire in the Fazil Chal area of Kohlu district.


October 19

A police personnel was injured in a hand-grenade attack in Quetta.
Two bomb blasts were reported from Gwadar and Zhob.
Baz Khan Marri, a Marri militant commander, arrested in an injured condition on October 18 from Kohlu district, is reported to have died at the hospital the next day.
Suspected insurgents fired rockets and gunshots on the Quetta-bound Chiltan Express near Panir railway station in the Bolan district. However, an alert engine driver drove the train into a nearby tunnel, thereby averting a major disaster.


October 23

Suspected insurgents blew up a 14-inch diameter pipeline at Sui, suspending the supply of gas to the plant from well No 8. Industrial zones in Sindh and Punjab had been affected because of low gas pressure after the blast.


October 24

A bomb blast occurred in the the Wahdat Colony area of Quetta. However, no casualty was reported. Another blast was reported from the Nushki town in which a house was partially damaged. In other incidents, suspected insurgents damaged a power pylon after detonating an explosive device in the Dasht area of Mastung district while armed men fired rockets at a Frontier Corps check-post in Mand, a small town bordering Iran in the Turbat district.


October 25

Security forces fired rockets in two clashes with insurgents in the Dera Bugti district but there were no casualties.nsurgents exploded bombs attached to three legs of an electricity pylon near Quetta.


October 26

Insurgents are reported to have opened machinegun fire from surrounding mountains when the Rawalpindi-bound Quetta Express reached Mashkaf town, 100 kilometers south of the provincial capital Quetta, injuring two persons. They also launched two rockets but they did not hit the train.


October 28

A bicycle bomb exploded outside a police barracks in Quetta, killing at least one person and injuring 12. The blast reportedly occurred near Global Plaza on the Police Line in the highly sensitive area of Quetta Cantonment.


October 29

Two rockets fired from an unknown place in the west of Quetta city with brief interval causing panic among the residents of these areas. However, no casualty was reported. The rockets landed in open areas near the Jinnah Market and Chaman railway crossing.


October 31

Two Frontier Corps soldiers were killed and another sustained injuries when a landmine exploded in the Pirkoh area of Dera Bugti district. According to official sources, Frontier Corps personnel were defusing landmines planted by the insurgents in the Doie Wadh area, some 15 km north of the Pir Koh gas field, when a vehicle was hit by a landmine, killing soldiers Javed Afzal and Mohammad Saeed.
Rockets were fired on the village of a former speaker of the Balochistan Assembly near Dera Murad Jamali.


November 2

Two police officers and a civilian were killed in a bomb blast on Shahra-e-Gulastan in front of the Inspector General’s office in Quetta.
Quetta Police defused an 18 kilogram explosive device from an abandoned bike in front of a local hotel in the crowded premises of the Liaquat Bazaar.


November 5

Police raided different areas of Quetta and arrested about 100 suspects in connection with a car bomb explosion in front of the Central Police Office on November 2. According to police sources, most of the suspects are Uzbeks from northern Afghanistan. “We have arrested around 70 Uzbeks and handed them over to the authorities concerned for interrogation,” said Senior Superintendent of Police (Quetta) Qazi Abdul Wahid.
Security forces arrested Dilshad Bugti, an alleged militant, from the Sui area of Dera Bugti district along with six kilograms of explosive substance and detonators.
Obaidullah Afghan, a spokesman for the Kandahar-based Mirwais Baba Movement, told journalists at Chaman in Balochistan on satellite phone that this group was behind the November 2-Quetta blasts. He said that if blasts in Afghanistan were not stopped more explosions would be carried out in Pakistan.


November 6

Police arrested a suspected member of the Balochistan Liberation Army, Bakht Ali Bugti, in a raid at a house in the BMC Colony of Zarghoon Town in Quetta. They also seized five Klashnikovs, two hand grenades, three timers of 107 rockets and a huge quantity of explosive material from his hideout.


November 8

Unidentified men hurled a hand grenade on the house of a bank employee, Irfan Baig, in the Jinnah Town area of Quetta. However, there was no loss of life or property.


November 10

Unidentified assailants fired a rocket at the Balochistan Assembly building in Quetta. No loss of life or injuries was reported.
A bomb blast occurred outside a Government official’s office in the Kharan district. Separately, a vehicle of the security forces was damaged due to a landmine explosion in Dera Bugti. No loss of life or injuries was reported in these incidents.


November 13

At least two persons, including an eight-year-old girl, were killed and 15 others sustained injuries when a powerful bomb exploded outside a fast food centre in the Smmungli area of Quetta.
A soldier was killed and another wounded during an encounter between security forces and unidentified militants in the Kahan area of Kohlu district. “We carried out this attack,” Mir Azad Baloch of the Baloch Liberation Army said in a telephone call to the press club in Quetta. Soon after the attack, the security forces opened retaliatory firing, killing two militants.
A rocket was fired towards the Turbat town. However, there was no loss of life or property.


November 15

Power supply to Jamshoro was disrupted after four pylons supporting high-power transmission lines were blown up by insurgents in the Hub area.
A bomb explosion occurred in the Khuzdar area. However, no loss of life or injuries was reported.
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