Four Pakistanis gunned down by Iranian border guards

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Four Pakistanis gunned down by Iranian border guards​

Shooting occurred in the border town of Mashkil Bacha Rai in Balochistan province

Syed Ali Shah
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QUETTA: In a tragic incident on the border, four Pakistani citizens lost their lives and two others sustained injuries when Iranian forces opened fire on a vehicle in the border town of Mashkil Bacha Rai in Balochistan on Tuesday.

Sahibzada Asfand, the Assistant Commissioner of Mashkail, confirmed that all the victims were civilians targeted by the Iranian forces.

The deceased have been identified as Shukarullah, son of Qadir Bakhsh; Asghar Ali, son of Muhammad Akbar; Abdul Wasi, son of Mullah Sulaiman; and Dilawar, son of Muhammad Azim.

The injured include Mahan Gul, son of Muhammad Saleem, and Akhtar, son of Abdul Baqi. The assistant commissioner said that security had been tightened following the Iranian attack.

According to details, Iranian forces targeted the vehicle in the town, resulting in immediate fatalities and injuries. Local authorities have confirmed the deaths and reported that the injured individuals are receiving medical treatment.

Sources indicate that the firing incident occurred late last night in Tehsil Mashkil Bacha Rai, a border area known for its sensitive security situation. The motive behind the firing and the circumstances leading up to the incident are currently under investigation by local authorities.

Further details will be provided as the investigation progresses. The tragic event has heightened tensions in the bordering areas between the two countries, underscoring the need for careful management of border security issues.

In January, tensions between the two neighbours heightened after Iran claimed to have struck a “militant hideout” in the border town of Panjgur in Balochistan prompting Islamabad to recall its ambassador from Tehran.

In less than 48 hours after Iranian airstrikes, Pakistani forces targeted terrorists’ hideouts in a village in Saravan in the Sistan-Baluchestan province.
The two nations, however, agreed to send back their ambassadors to their respective posts days later, following active diplomacy.
 

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More than a million of our Balochi and another million or two Pashto living in Iran today on long term family/ business visa's. Conditions over there are far better than on our side. Any Pakistani is free to watch their vidz on Insta/ tik tok/ youtube. Chah Bahar full of our citizens. Thank you Iranis for looking out for our migrants.
 

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Sorry mods......I told it like it is......will be careful next time......
 

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There are multiple possibilities :
- Smugglers who did not pay the Iranian guards
- People considered terrorist by Iran
- Smugglers eliminated by Pakistani guards for non-payment and blamed on Iran
- ISI field unit neutralised by Iran

For sure, they were not innocent civilians - otherwise they would not have made the news. Who cares for civilians in Pakistan anyways ?.

Unfortunately, the truth will never be known.
 
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Verdict of PDF local authority.

Various outlets reported they were smuggling Iranian oil. Thus, it is suitable for Iran to kill these smugglers. We breed enough, and it's good target practice for the Iranians, just like for Western forces when they occupied Afghanistan and droned the maskeens across. It's not like we place a high value on our do-takke people; neither is the world losing world-class people.
 

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shukar hai fauji nai thay property dealer ko action karna paar jaata!
 

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Various outlets reported they were smuggling Iranian oil. Thus, it is suitable for Iran to kill these smugglers. We breed enough, and it's good target practice for the Iranians, just like for Western forces when they occupied Afghanistan and droned the maskeens across. It's not like we place a high value on our do-takke people; neither is the world losing world-class people.
Yes and there are some other aspects too with Iranian border.
 

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There are multiple possibilities :
- Smugglers who did not pay the Iranian guards
- People considered terrorist by Iran
- Smugglers eliminated by Pakistani guards for non-payment and blamed on Iran
- ISI field unit neutralised by Iran

For sure, they were not innocent civilians - otherwise they would not have made the news. Who cares for civilians in Pakistan anyways ?.

Unfortunately, the truth will never be known.
Truth is you guys claiming to be us. Aur phir hur koi parrosi tuwaddi bhund lugga deta hae and then you don't wanna own up to it no? 99.99% pakistani don't wanna pull stunts, cuz we ain't as desperate as you.
 

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BLA, terrorists, smugglers ?
Tens of Iranian human traffickers, oil smugglers, drug smugglers are also being gunned down on the border area.

It benefits security of both Pakistan and Iran. I hope Pakistani border guards make a huge hole in the heads of every Iranian smugglers on the border.
 

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Tens of Iranian human traffickers, oil smugglers, drug smugglers are also being gunned down on the border area.

It benefits security of both Pakistan and Iran. I hope Pakistani border guards make a huge hole in the heads of every Iranian smugglers on the border.

This is what was agreed with the iranian president when he visited, a step up in border security

The dead a most likely smugglers and connected to the terrorist groups

They just want to make a sensationalist headline to try and make tension between the two countries

After a long time people are beginning to understand we need peace amongst Muslim countries and work together to take out this trash
 

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