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Ex-Indian army officer predicted attack on Pak Army in Balochistan

Quetta: Six military personnel were killed and another injured when an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) went off in Balochistan on Friday.

Hours after the Pakistan Army’s media wing reported the IED attack in Buleda area near Iranian border, Senior journalist Hamid Mir shared a shocking video of a retired Indian army officer predicting the attack on Pakistani forces two days before the incident took place.

“It was an open threat made by Major Rtd Gaurav Arya on Indian channel Republic TV two days ago he predicted an attack on Pakistani forces in Baluchistan in 10-15 days and today there was an attack on Pakistani forces near Iranian border Pakistan must take up the issue with,” Hamid Mir wrote on Twitter.

According to the army, the attack took place when security forces were returning to their base after conducting a routine patrol in Buleda of the Kech district — 14 kilometres from the border — “to check possible routes used by terrorists in mountainous and extremely treacherous terrain of Makran”

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