Iran fired missiles at Pakistan.

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Iran has fired missiles at its neighboring country Pakistan. According to sources, the missiles have hit some targets in Makran.

Commissioner Makran Division says that details are being collected about the damage caused by Iranian missile attacks

Missiles fired by Iran have fallen in areas bordering Iran in Pakistan’s Balochistan province. The commissioner of the affected area confirmed this and said that the details of the damage caused in the attack are being collected, but so far two children have been reported dead while some people have also been injured.

Iran has fired missiles at these areas many times in the past, causing casualties.

According to Iranian sources, ‘Iran is now striking terrorist headquarters inside Pakistan with ballistic missiles. Jaish-Ul-Adl headquarters were hit and destroyed in the strikes. Two bases belonging to the terrorist group Jaish Ul-Adl in Balochistan were destroyed, reports of heavy casualties.”

It is being claimed that Pakistan was already informed about such an attack.

Response

Pakistan has strongly condemned this attack.

According to the Foreign Office of Pakistan, this violation of Pakistan’s sovereignty is unacceptable and may have serious consequences.

“What is more worrying is that despite the existence of multiple channels of communication between Pakistan and Iran, this illegal act has taken place.”
Foreign office stated.

What is Jaish-ul-Adl?

According to the police, Jaish-ul-Adl is a Baloch militant group that originated from the Iranian province of Sistan-Baluchistan.

The group has been involved in several bombings and attacks, including the 2005 attack on then-President Ahmadinejad of Iran.

The government of Iran considers this group to be terrorist and linked to the intelligence agencies of Saudi Arabia and the United States. However, the United States, along with Japan and New Zealand, recognize the group as a terrorist group.

Iran alleges that Jaish-ul-Adl has set up a sanctuary in Pakistan, while the Pakistan government rejects these allegations.

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