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The Baluchistan Post stated that there was an incident in Quetta, Baluchistan, where unknown attackers attacked a security establishment.

The report claims that unknown attackers used a grenade blast to strike a police station in Quetta’s Sariab neighbourhood.

Dostain Baloch, a spokesman for the Baloch Republican Guards, is quoted in the Baluchistan Post report as claiming responsibility for the attack. He said that on Sunday night, their fighters attacked the Pakistani police force that was “occupying” Quetta.

Dostain added that their gang had attacked the police station, causing serious injuries to one police officer as well as extensive damage to vehicles and other property.

These attacks highlight the security problems in Baluchistan, where armed Baloch organisations advocating independence frequently attack government buildings and security forces as part of their insurgency against the Pakistani government, according to an article published in the Baluchistan Post.

In the past, armed attackers broke into Pakistan’s Gwadar Port Authority Complex and planned a significant attack, Makran Commissioner Saeed Ahmed Umrani said in a statement. Following the incident and the reported open firing on the port, a huge presence of police and security officers arrived at the area while intensive firing was underway.

At the time, the attack was attributed to the Majeed Brigade of the banned Baluchistan Liberation Army (BLA). Terrorist activity has increased in Pakistan during the previous year, particularly in KP and Baluchistan.

Following an ambush on two security force vehicles in Gwadar by militants in November, fourteen soldiers from the Pakistan Army lost their lives. In the coastal district, when the military vehicles were travelling from Pasni to Ormara, they were attacked.

The Centre for Research and Security Studies released a security assessment last month that stated that there were 97 militant strikes in Pakistan in February that left 118 people injured and 87 people dead.

The survey brought to light a marked increase in violence in Baluchistan, in contrast to a decrease in tribal districts and KP on the mainland. According to The Express Tribune, which cited sources, security personnel killed the eight terrorists after thwarting an attempt to enter the Gwadar Port Authority (GPA) building.

Attacking Nehrul, Amit Shah alleges a “blunder” in Jammu and Kashmir

Union Home Minister Amit Shah stated on Monday during an election rally in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, that the implementation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir was a mistake made by Congress leader and former prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru. He praised the actions of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who ended the contentious law and raised the Indian flag in Kashmir.

“Every promise we have made since the BJP’s founding has been met by PM Modi. Article 370 was a mistake that former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru made in Kashmir. On August 5, 2019, Prime Minister Modi lifted the Indian flag in Kashmir and abolished Article 370,” he declared.

Amit Shah also commended Prime Minister Modi for laying the cornerstone of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya. He charged the Congress.

The day Amit Shah brought up Nehru, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar accused the former prime minister of viewing the island of Katchatheevu as a “nuisance.”

“In May 1961, Jawaharlal Nehru, who was the prime minister at the time, wrote, ‘I would not hesitate to relinquish our claim to this small island as I place no significance on it.'” I dislike issues like this being brought up again in parliament and left unresolved. Thus, Pandit Nehru considered this small island to be an annoyance and of no significance. He believed that it is best to give it away as quickly as possible.

Amit Shah has already held Nehru accountable for

“I agree with the term used here: Nehruvian error. Kashmir had to suffer as a result of the mistake made under Nehru’s rule. With all due respect, I would like to point out the two mistakes made by Jawaharlal Nehru that resulted in years of suffering for Kashmir. The first is to proclaim a truce, which was enforced when our army was victorious. Today, PoK would be a part of India if there had been a ceasefire after three days.Shah had stated, “The second is to bring our internal problem to the UN.

Karnataka will host Amit Shah today. He is scheduled to speak at Bangalore’s Palace Ground Sakti Kendra Pramukh Sammelan.

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