According to ISPR, the Pakistani Army is committed to putting an end to the threat of terrorism, and such sacrifices by our gallant warriors won't go unpunished. 

RAWALPINDI: At least four Pakistan Army troops were killed in two separate terrorist strikes in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan, according to the Inter-Services Public Relations Department (ISPR).

According to the military's media wing, two soldiers died in an explosion in the Dir district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. According to the ISPR, security personnel successfully resisted the distant fire attack and tracked the retreating terrorists into surrounding mountains.

Sajid Ali and Adnan Mumtaz, both from Azad Kashmir, were confirmed as the martyred troops. "[The] Pakistan Army is committed to remove the threat of terrorism, and such contributions of our gallant warriors will not be unpunished," according to ISPR.

The event occurred after the army reacted firmly on Saturday to allegations that a big number of militants from the banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) were present in Swat.
In Balochistan, two troops chose martyrdom.

According to the ISPR, two security men accepted martyrdom inside the Balochistan province of Harnai. "On [the] night of August 13/14, terrorists began firing on a security forces station in general area Khost, near Harnai, Balochistan," according to the statement.