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Retired Indian Major Had Threatened Pakistan 2 Days Before Balochistan IED Blast

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Six FC soldiers including a Major embraced martyrdom in an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) attack as the device hit their vehicle along the Pakistan-Iran border. The military spokesman said that the attack took place in Kech district of Balochistan on Friday.

While Pakistan’s social media erupted with tributes to honour the soldiers who lost their lives in the terror attack, a clip from an Indian talk show from two days ago has gone viral following the incident. During the talk show, a retired major of the Indian Army Gaurav Arya openly hurled threats at Pakistan and predicted a terror incident in Balochistan ‘in 10-15 days’.

“I am in touch with Baloch freedom fighters. The Punjabi Pakistani Army, we will give them such a bloody nose that these people will remember for ten generations”, he had said.

He went on to say that he has their [Baloch freedom fighter]’s contact numbers in his mobile phone and he is in touch with them ‘almost everyday’. He added that he told them that the entire Indian population stands with the ‘Baloch struggle’.

Journalist Hamid Mir shared the clip on Twitter and urged the Pakistan authorities to take it up with the United Nations (UN).

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