IRGC strikes Jaish al-Adl bases in Pakistan, Iranian media reports

Iranian media have reported that the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) conducted targeted strikes on two Jaish al-Adl hideouts in Pakistan.

The Tasnim news agency, linked to the IRGC, indicated that the bases, located in Koh-e-Sabz and Panjgur town in Balochistan province, were reportedly destroyed using drones and missiles.

Meanwhile, Pakistan has “strongly” condemned the attacks, labeling them as an “unprovoked violation of its airspace.”

A statement from Pakistan’s foreign ministry said that two children killed and three girls injured during the incident.

“This violation of Pakistan’s sovereignty is completely unacceptable and can have serious consequences,” Islamabad warned.

Meanwhile, the Iranian Charge d’affaires has been summoned to the Ministry, where Islamabad conveyed its strongest condemnation of “this blatant violation of Pakistan’s sovereignty and that the responsibility for the consequences will lie squarely with Iran.”

Jaish al-Adl, a group Iran accuses of launching multiple attacks within its borders, has been targeted by Iran in the past.

These strikes in Pakistan coincide with Iran’s missile attacks on targets in Erbil, the capital of Iraq’s Kurdistan Region, and in Syria.

Iranian state media claimed that one of the Erbil targets was an alleged Israeli spy base, a claim that Iraqi authorities have rejected.

They confirmed four civilian deaths and six injuries resulting from the missile attacks in Erbil.