Four “terrorists” killed on Iranian-Pakistani border
Baku, Azerbaijan, Nov. 5
By Temkin Jafarov - Trend: A skirmish took place between Iranian border guards and a group of armed men who who were trying to enter Iranian territory, November 5.
The men, described as terrorists by the Deputy Commander of the Sistan and Baluchestan Province's Border Guard, General Habibullah Mardanpur, were trying to enter the city of Mir Java in Iran, according to Mehr agency.
Four terrorists were killed and three injured as a result of the skirmish, according to Gen. Mardanpur.
It should be noted that a shooting took place on Oct. 26 between Iranian border guards and a group of armed people in the direction of Saravan city located in the south-east of the Iranian province of Sistan and Baluchestan. The group was trying to enter the country from Pakistan.
Some 17 Iranian border guards were killed, five more were injured and 4 more were taken as hostages.
Iranian news agency Fars reported that the incident was committed by terrorist groups operating against the Iranian regime.