Islamabad, Pakistan – Unconfirmed reports have emerged regarding a series of Pakistani raids using ballistic missiles, fighter jets, and artillery targeting terrorist group bases inside Iran as a response to its recent missile attacks. This development, if true, could mark a significant escalation in cross-border tensions. These reports, which surfaced a few hours ago, suggest that the Pakistani Air Force may have conducted operations against groups it holds responsible for instigating unrest in Pakistan.
According to various Pakistani sources, the alleged air raids were centered near the city of Saravan in Eastern Iran, in the Sistan and Baluchistan province, approximately 20 miles from the Pakistan-Iran border. The supposed targets were Baloch fighter camps, possibly including the Baloch Liberation Army (BLA) and the Baloch Liberation Front (BLF). However, these claims remain unverified, without official confirmation from either the Pakistani or the Iranian government.
IRNA, the official news agency of the Islamic Republic of Iran, has confirmed that multiple explosions have taken place. They also stated that investigations into these incidents are currently underway.
The origin of these reports can be traced to sounds of fighter jets heard by residents in Pakistan a few hours ago, coinciding with the supposed timing of these attacks.
Adding to the speculation, Baloch Telegram channels in Iran and local reports described a large explosion in the city of Dashtiari, near Chabahar, along the Pakistan-Iran border. Images and videos purportedly showing the aftermath of the attacks have circulated online, displaying scenes of destruction and remnants of munitions.
However, the authenticity of these footages cannot be independently verified at this moment.
These multiple reports have caused significant concern in the region, with potential implications for Pakistan-Iran relations and broader regional stability. The reporting of this event by GEOPOLITIKI is intended for a broader understanding of the available information and in no way confirms the strike without official confirmation.
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- UPDATED with more confirmations on 03:52 UTC