Balochistan Timeline - 2017
Six FCB officials were injured
after their vehicle came under attack near Western Bypass in Quetta,
the provincial capital of Balochistan. The personnel were en route
to firing range of the training camp when terrorists attacked
the van with a remote-controlled bomb. The injured officials are
Subedar Muhammad Shafi, Hawaldar Awalur Rehman, Naik Latif, Sepoys
Saif, Raza Rehman and Qaim Khan. According to the Bomb Disposal
Squad, eight to ten Kg explosives were used in the bombing.
Unidentified militants shot dead
two people in Jinnah Town of Quetta, the provincial capital of
Balochistan. According to Police, both victims were going somewhere
when the assailants riding a motorcycle opened fire on them. Both
the men died on the spot.
FCB neutralised a 10 kilograms
bomb in the Chithar area of Nasirabad District.
At least four suspected militants
were killed during an exchange of fire with SFs in Uch and other
areas of Naseerabad District in Balochistan. A security officer
said that SFs conducted a search operation in Uch and other areas
of Naseerabad District. Five militants were also arrested. Moreover,
nine sanctuaries of militants were demolished by security personnel.
Unidentified assailants shot and
injured five Hazara Shias in a suspected sectarian attack community
on Spiny Road in the Qila Mubarak area of Quetta, the provincial
capital of Balochistan. DIG, Quetta, Razzak Cheema said that the
incident is a targeted attack when five individuals were travelling
in a taxi
The Balochistan High Court issued bailable arrest
warrants for former President General (Retired) Pervez Musharraf
in JWP leader Nawab Akbar Bugti's murder case. A divisional bench
of BHC passed this order during hearing of a review petition challenging
acquittal of the former president by Anti-Terrorism Court. Former
Balochistan chief minister and governor Nawab Akbar Bugti was
killed in Dera Bugti District on August 26, 2006.
Unidentified assailants shot dead a journalist,
Muhammad Jan (37), in Kalat town of same District in Balochistan.
Muhammad Jan, who worked for local Urdu language daily newspaper
'Qudrat', was shot dead while he was on his way home on a motorcycle.
"Two attackers on motorcycle opened fire on him, using a pistol
and killing him on the spot," Senior Police Officer Muhammad Ali
Three Policemen were injured when unidentified
militants attacked the convoy of a Qatari prince in Musakhel District
of Balochistan in the evening. Security sources said that the
militants opened indiscriminate fire on the convoy, as a result
of which District Police Officer Majeed Dasti and two other security
officials received bullet wounds. The Qatari prince remained unharmed
in the attack, said Senior District Administration official Mohammad
Source:Compiled from news reports and