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Four suspected militants killed in Dera Bugti operation


DERA BUGTI: At least four suspected militants were killed during an operation conducted by security forces’ personnel in Balochistan’s Dera Bugti area on Thursday, DawnNews reported.

According to a Frontier Corps (FC) spokesman, security personnel were carrying out an operation in Chap Garh, which is 40 kilometres ahead of Dera Bugti.

They were fired upon by militants while the operation was underway. Security personnel responded with retaliatory firing, following which four of the attackers were killed.

Moreover, weapons, ammunition and bombs to blow up railway tracks were also recovered from their possession.

Balochistan is home to a low-level insurgency by ethnic Baloch separatists. Al Qaeda-linked militants also operate in the region.

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