The Iranian regime forces in the southeastern province have fired at least 24 rockets into a border town in Balochistan,  Pakistan.

 Balochistan Home Secretary,  Akbar Hussain Durani, confirmed the firing of rockets by the Iranian regime forces, PakTribune reported.

Spokesman Khan Wasey of the Pakistani border guards also confirmed the rocket attack and said the Iranian forces fired 24 rockets in Jumi Sham area, near a border guard's post.

"The border forces post is in two kilometres' proximity of the said areas," he said.

 He added: "the force returned fire with mortar shells towards Iran." However, no loss of life was reported in the attack since the area is a desolated place.

The local administration lodged a protest with the Iranian regime authorities regarding the latest skirmish.

The Iranian border regime guards have repeatedly fired rockets into Pakistani territory, creating panic among people living in areas bordering

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