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 Balochistan 16/11/2006 to 31/12/2006

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تاريخ التسجيل : 16/07/2007

مُساهمةموضوع: Balochistan 16/11/2006 to 31/12/2006   2007-07-16, 12:57 pm

November 16

woman and two girls were injured when a bomb exploded in the Railway Colony area of Mach.
The train link between Quetta and the rest of Pakistan was suspended when suspected insurgents blew up the main rail track near Mach.
Security forces seized 17 rockets and other explosive material in the Shaiban region of Chaghi.
A shutter-down strike and a black-day were observed in Quetta and others parts of Balochistan on a call of the National Party to protest against the visit of President Pervez Musharraf to Gwadar and Turbat. More than 100 political activists were arrested for “forcing people to close their shops” in Quetta.


November 17

President Pervez Musharraf said that at least 60 terrorist camps have been raided and destroyed in Balochistan. Speaking to nazims (chief elected official of local government) and notables in Gwadar, he said terrorists trained at the camps had taken part in anti-state activities like bomb blasts and blowing up of electricity pylons, gas pipelines and railway tracks.


November 21

The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) has directed all banks and development financial institutions to freeze the accounts of two granddaughters of the slain Baloch leader Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti because of their alleged links with the Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA), according to Daily Times. According to an SBP notification, the Interior Ministry has declared that the daughters of Rehan Bugti, Mrs. Zamour Domki and Mrs. Zawazboh, have links with the BLA. Sources said that all of Mrs. Domki and Mrs. Zawazboh’s accounts had been frozen. They said the Interior Ministry had also contacted Interpol to trace BLA accounts abroad.


November 22

Power supply to vast areas in the Kohlu and Barkhan districts was suspended after a pylon of the main transmission line was blown up near Barkhan.
The Sariab police have registered a treason case against Nawabzada Jamil Bugti, son of slain Baloch leader Nawab Akbar Bugti, for speaking against the army and the government in his press conference in October 2006.


November 23

Heavy fighting between security forces (SFs) and insurgents was reported from the Karmo Wadh and Tartani areas of Kohlu district. Clashes erupted when insurgents attacked a vehicle of the SFs in the Tartani area and fired rockets on a post in Karmo Wadh. Insurgents hiding in mountains fired a number of rockets on the vehicle, but it was not hit. Troops present in the area rushed to the place and returned fire. Insurgents also attacked a SF post in Karmo Wadh using rockets and heavy weapons. After foiling both the attacks, SFs launched a search operation in Karmo Wadh, Tartani and Pir Koh areas of Kohlu and Dera Bugti districts. There were no reports about casualties in the fighting. A caller identifying himself as Azad Baloch and claiming to be spokesperson of the banned Baloch Liberation Army said that the attacks in Tartani and Karmo Wadh areas had caused heavy casualties.


November 24

Police arrested a suspected Afghan terrorist while he was coming to Quetta and seized explosives and other material. Deputy Inspector General of Police (operation) Ghulam Qadir Thebo told a press conference that the arrested man, Shah Khan, belonged to Afghan army. He had illegally crossed into Pakistan three days ago through an unfrequented route. Police also recovered 15 rolls of high intensity explosives, 30 pencil timers, 29 detonators and wire from his possession.
The Anti-Terrorist Force conducted a raid in the Mach area of Bolan district and arrested four suspected activists of the banned Baloch Liberation Army.


November 26

Security forces and insurgents exchanged fire at Kohlu. Armed insurgents used rockets and automatic weapons to attack SFs deployed in the Tartani area of Kohlu district. The exchange of fire continued for more than an hour, after which the insurgents escaped.
A hand-grenade was lobbed at a private residence of a Pakistan Air Force officer in the Samugali Housing Scheme area of provincial capital Quetta. The grenade exploded in the backyard of the house and there were no casualties.
The Balochistan National Party (Mengal) president Sardar Akhtar Mengal has said that security agencies have arrested over 350 leaders and workers of the party from different parts of the province to stop a long march planned by the party. Speaking at a press conference in the Hub town on November 26, he said the government was scared of BNP-M's 'Lashkar-i-Balochistan' long march from Gwadar to Quetta on November 30.


November 27

Three persons were wounded in a landmine explosion in the Dera Bugti district. The landmine was reportedly planted near the main gate of the house of Wadera Saeed Khan Masoori Bugti.
A bomb exploded near the house of a government employee in Mastung town. However, there were no casualties.


November 28

Balochistan National Party (BNP-Mengal) president Sardar Akhtar Mengal has been detained in a farmhouse in Sakran, which has been declared a sub-jail.
A heavy exchange of fire between insurgents and security forces was reported from Nushki following an attack on a check-post on the RCD highway. An encounter between security forces and armed insurgents was also reported from the Kahan area.
At least a dozen rockets were fired on positions of the security forces. However, no loss of life or injuries was reported.


November 30

Police arrested seven suspected Taliban activists during a raid on a house in the Pakhtunabad area of Quetta. One of the suspects was injured in the raid. Those arrested were identified as Maulvi Amir Mohammad, Maulvi Anuddin, Naseer Ahmad, Mohammad Yousuf, Maulvi Amir Hamza, Abdul Wahid and Abdul Ahad. They belonged to Kandahar, Zabul and Urzgan in Afghanistan.
A main pipeline supplying gas to the Sui purification plant from the field was blown up. Suspected insurgents reportedly blew up the pipeline from at least five points.
Unidentified militants fired rockets at a camp of security forces in the Bakhtiarabad area of Sibi district. Official sources said that at least nine rockets landed and exploded in the area but none of them was able to hit their target. The security forces retaliated by firing rockets towards the positions of the attackers. However, no casualty was reported.
Security agencies arrested seven suspects in connection with the planting of four explosive devices on the railway tracks between Quetta and Nushki. The train service between Quetta and Zahidan could not be restored till November 30-night as the railway tracks that had been blown up in the Glangoor area of Chagai district a day earlier were being repaired.


December 2

A seventeen-year-old boy, Mohammad Younus Baloch, was killed and three other people were injured when a bomb exploded at Nushki. Police sources said the powerful bomb had been planted on an electricity pylon 200 yards away from the fort of the Chagai Militia, a wing of the Frontier Corps, on the Mess Road.


December 4

A soldier, identified as Abdul Waheed, was injured in a landmine explosion in the Kahan area of Kohlu district. According to official sources, the soldier was going to his camp when the anti-personnel landmine blew up.
Insurgents fired rockets on some areas in Nushki and Mastung. Three rockets landed in an open place in Nushki, while an equal number exploded in Mastung. However, no loss of life or injuries was reported.


December 8

Unidentified assailants threw a hand grenade inside the house of a civilian at Panjgur district, killing a 10 year-old young boy and injuring four others, including two women. Police said that the boy had been playing with a toy inside his house when the grenade detonated, killing him on the spot and injuring two female relatives.
Gas supply was suspended to Mastung and adjoining areas in the Balochistan province after a pipeline was blown up near the township. According to police, an explosive device planted under the pipeline exploded, damaging over two feet of the pipeline.
A powerful explosion was reported from the provincial capital Quetta. Sources said that it was a rocket fired from the Brewery area but it was not clear where it exploded.
A bomb blast damaged a government rest house in the Muslim Bagh district. However, there were no reports of casualties.


December 10

A man was killed and his mother suffered injuries in a landmine explosion near Punjabi Dob village in the Jaffarabad district. Police said that Maroof Bugti and his mother were on their way home when their cart hit a landmine.
A police patrolling party reportedly came under attack in the same area. The attackers escaped after a brief crossfire. However, no loss of life or injuries was reported.

December 13

Unidentified assailants blew up a gas pipeline at Mastung in the Balochistan province on, suspending the supply of gas to surrounding areas.


December 15

A bomb explosion occurs beneath a bridge on the RCD Highway near the Mastung township in Balochistan. However, no casualty is reported.


December 19

A former commander of the insurgents, Bangan Khan, who was a close associate of slain tribal chief Nawab Akbar Bugti before surrendering to the government in July 2006, dies during a landmine blast in the Ghot Habib Rai area of Dera Bugti district, while his four associates are injured. BLA claims responsibility for the attack.


December 20

14 civilians are injured when a bomb went off at a cycle stand near the Quetta police station in Balochistan.


December 21

At least seven persons, including Afghan nationals, are arrested in connection with December 20 blast wounding 11 persons in Quetta.

An internal assessment made by the UNICEF has accused Pakistani authorities of preventing aid groups from helping more than 80,000 people - many of them acutely malnourished children - who were displaced by fighting in Balochistan.

The Government seeks intervention of the UN to help avert nutrition crisis among 84,000 displaced persons in Balochistan.



December 23

A bomb placed in a garbage box explodes on New Najmuddin Road in Quetta in Balochistan province.

Unidentified assailants lob an explosive device at a hotel on Jinnah Road in Quetta.

Armed men abduct four persons from the Hamidpur Police area in Jafferabad district when they were going to Uch power plant to meet their friend.

Three traders are kidnapped from the Nautal area of the Bhag Police area when they were going to Sindh from Balochistan’s Bhag area in a car.



December 24

Suspected insurgents blew up a pipeline supplying gas to Dera Bugti from Loti Gas Field. Gas supply to Dera Bugti and adjoining areas area suspended after the explosion.

Insurgents blew up two electricity towers in the Dera Bugti, suspending electricity supply to the area.



December 26

The Balochistan National Party (Mengal) chief, Sardar Akhtar Mengal, is sent to jail till January 5 by an ATC in the army personnel hostage-taking case.


December 27

A bomb blast damages a bridge on the RCD highway near Tarkhali area. Traffic between Wadh and Karachi remains suspended for some time following the explosion.

A bomb explosion damages a sewerage pipeline in the Saddar police station area of the Hub town.

A vehicle coming from the Loti gas field area is blown up near Sui when it hit a landmine.



December 29

Pakistani troops backed by military helicopters dismantle several bases of the insurgents in Balochistan. At least eight helicopters reportedly took part in an operation against the tribesmen at Zain Koh near Dera Bugti, said a security official.

Police arrests a tribal militant wanted in connection with bomb blasts, and also killed his accomplice on the outskirts of provincial capital Quetta.

Unidentified assailants lob two hand grenades into the servant quarter of the Saddar police station and Quetta District Jail, but there are no casualties.



December 31

Two security force personnel are injured when armed insurgents opened fire at a vehicle of the Makran Scouts near Mand in the Balochistan province. A vehicle carrying personnel of the Makran Scouts was on its way to Turbat from Mand, a border town between Pakistan and Iran. When it crossed Mand, armed men open fire at it and in the ensuing encounter, two soldiers were wounded.

Two electricity pylons are blown up, suspending power supply to Dera Bugti.
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