Two deaths in Pakistan

Islamabad, October 15, Pakistan’s military said on the 15th that two incidents occurred in the country, killing 20 people. Pakistan’s oil and gas development company’s convoy, escorted by security personnel, planned to go to Karachi city on the 15th, and encountered a large number of attacks while driving to the coastal road of olmala town in Balochistan province, Pakistan’s Information Bureau said in a statement that night. Seven soldiers and seven security personnel of Pakistan border defense forces were killed in the crossfire and suffered “heavy losses”. < / P > < p > no organization has claimed to have created the attack. The Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, condemned the attack and instructed the relevant departments to do their best to investigate. Pakistan’s Information Bureau of the three services said in a separate statement on the 15th that an improvised explosive device was used to attack the Pakistani army convoy near the town of lezmog in the North Waziristan region, killing six soldiers. The statement gave no further details. Another source said that the attack occurred on the night of the 14th. Pakistan’s North Waziristan region, which borders Afghanistan, is often used as a hiding place. Pakistan has taken military actions to remove the vast majority of terrorist organizations hiding in the area, but there are still remnants of the area who attack the Pakistani security forces from time to time.