Atleast 5 Pak soldiers died and 2 injured in terror attacks through remote-controlled bombs

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In two seperate incidents of attacks by terrorists through remote-controlled bombs, five Pakistani soldiers died and two others were injured in Balochistan province.

The first attack took place in the Bypass area outside Quetta when a remote-controlled bomb fixed to a motorcycle was detonated near a Frontier Corps (FC) convoy in which a soldier was killed and two others injured, security officials said. The explosion took place near a vehicle of the FC, which was on a patrol duty.

In the second attack in the remote Kahan area of Kohlu district, terrorists attacked a FC checkpost late at night in which four soldiers were killed. The armed men opened indiscriminate firing on the checkpost from where soldiers also retaliated.

Terrorists and separatists in the province which is the hub of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) activities have stepped up attacks on security personnel in recent days. On February 15, a similar armed attack on a FC checkpost in the remote area of Kuch a soldier killed a soldier and injured others.

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