Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) Spokesperson Major Gwahram Baloch released on Wednesday a detailed report about BLF’s attacks on occupying Pakistan Army across Pakistan-occupied Balochistan (POB) during for February 2021.
During the month of February 2021, Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) carried out fifteen lethal attacks on the Pakistani forces and their facilitators. More than twenty three Pakistani soldiers were killed and dozens injured. BLF targeted and killed five members of state backed ‘Death Squads’. There was an attack on the military construction company Frontier Works Organization (FWO) near Turbat Airport Chowk while the FWO were building a road. The attack damaged machineries and the operators were injured. BLF sarmachaars (freedom fighters) also attacked a military backed drug dealer and a Chinese telecommunication company (Zong).
4 February 2021
BLF freedom fighters attacked Pakistani military construction company Frontier Works Organization (FWO) near Turbat Airport Chowk while they were building a road. The attack damaged the machineries and the operators were injured. The occupying Pakistan Army, the military construction companies, its collaborators and the local construction companies involved in the so-called development will also be in our target.
“We once again warn all these local contractors to refrain from these military projects or else they will be responsible for the loss,” said BLF Spokesperson Major Gwahram Baloch.
5 February 2021
BLF freedom fighters shot and killed Abdul Karim, a Pakistani military intelligence operative, in the satellite town, Turbat, the main city of District Kech in Pakistan-occupied Balochistan. Abdul Karim was on his way home from the house of Yasir (son of Bahram), a leader of the state-backed ‘death squad’. Upon receiving the information, BLF fighters took action and killed him. BLF said that as per their information, he had come to Yasir’s house to join a military intelligence meeting during which they were distributing money among those who participated in the occasion of Kashmir Day.
Abdul Karim has been supporting the Pakistan Army in many operations, abductions and killings. At the same time, he was involved in many social evil activities. He was released on May 2, 2019, with the help of military intelligence, despite being caught red-handed in a burglary during a military operation in Dasht Bazar, district Kech of occupied Balochistan. He was also involved in robberies, military operations and targeted killings in Pidrak. He was also directly involved in several operations in the hills Dasht where many people have been abducted.
“Once again, we warn all such elements to refrain from aiding the occupying Pakistan Army, otherwise their fate will be disastrous,” BLF Spokesman Major Gwahram Baloch had said.
7 February 2021
BLF snipers killed the main guard at a Pakistani military check post with sniper rifle at the Jakk Hill in Teertej district Awaran, Pakistan-occupied Balochistan. BLF fighters also attacked the check post with heavy weapons, killing another soldier and wounding several others.
“The Pakistan Army then tried to pursue the BLF fighters, but our fighters, using the best war tactics, ambushed the troops using heavy weapons, killing four of them and injuring several other military personnel. On the same day, at around 7:30 PM, BLF fighters attacked a Pakistan Army check post in Labach Chowko, district Awaran, occupied Balochistan with rockets and sophisticated weapons, killing two more occupying army personnel and injuring two others,” said Major Gwahram Baloch, BLF Spokesperson.
8 February 2021
BLF snipers shot and killed a Pakistani military personnel at a Pakistan military check post in Jaho area of district Awaran, occupied Balochistan.
“The bewildered and defeated army, as usual, tortured the civilian population after the attack. The occupying forces tortured the people of Jalonti village after the attack and looted the houses,” said Major Gwahram Baloch.
10 February 2021
BLF snipers shot and killed a Pakistani military personnel at a check post in the Singistan-Kandag area of Mand, district Kech, occupied Balochistan. At the same time, the check-post was attacked with heavy weapons, in which, two other Pakistani military personnel were killed and one wounded.
13 February 2021
BLF sarmachaars (freedom fighters) shot and killed a Pakistani military personnel at a check post in the Malaar-Kahn area of district Awaran, Pakistan-occupied Balochistan. At the same time, the check post was attacked with heavy weapons. Several Pakistani military personnel were killed and wounded.
The BLF freedom fighters attacked a state-backed Death Squad hideout in Saami area of district Kech, occupied Balochistan. The hideout belonged to a local Death Squad leader named Deedag. The attack killed three Death Squad members and seriously injured four others.
State-backed Death Squad operatives are not only active against the Baloch struggle for independence, but are also involved in social evils such as abduction of Baloch civilians, being on the front line in military operations with the Pakistan Army, theft, robbery and drug trafficking is their profession.
Such elements that are active against national liberation will never be spared. We urge the nation to stay away from state aides and death squad members. We can target them at any time and in any place.
On Saturday, BLF fighters targeted a military vehicle with a landmine at Malik-e-Sing in Tank area of Mashkay Valley, district Awaran, occupied Balochistan as it was returning to the camp from a routine patrol. The attack killed two Pakistani soldiers and wounded two others, and the vehicle was partially damaged.
14 February 2021
At around 5 PM on Sunday, BLF fighters attacked Pakistan military check post at Lashkaran Kaur in Chaken Goran area of Balgatar with heavy weapons, killing two Pakistani military personnel and injuring one. This check post is located on the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) route, which has been set up to protect the route.
15 February 2021
BLF freedom fighters targeted and killed state informant Liaqat at Chakar-e-Azum Chowk in district Panjgur, occupied Balochistan. The state agent was a resident of Gichk who fled Gichk to Panjgur in late 2015. State informant Liaqat played a key role against Baloch freedom movement in Gichk, Panjgur, and in addition he accompanied the Pakistani military in most of the operations.
He was on the payroll of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), whose task was to inform the activities of the people of Gichk on a daily basis. He also belonged to a Death Squad gang involved in drug trafficking and other social evils. He was involved in the abduction of a Baloch youth named Ali Dost, who was later killed by the Pakistani forces.
17 February 2021
At around 10 AM on February 17, BLF fighters targeted and damaged the mobile phone tower of Zong telecommunications, a Chinese company based on the CPEC route in the Dasht area of district Kech, occupied Balochistan. The Pakistani military is planning to set up a network on the CPEC route to trace the movement of Baloch Freedom Fighters and to protect their forces. Any projects that harm the national struggle for independence will not be allowed to succeed.
20 February 2021
On the night of February 20, BLF fighters targeted Saleh Karim Dad’s drug den in Hoshaab, area of district Kech, occupied Balochistan. All drugs, including opium and alcohol, are traded at Hoshaab. “We urge the people of the area to stay away from such elements and drug dens, as the BLF fighters can target them at any time. If such dens are not closed, those who trade in this poison will be responsible for the loss of their lives and property,” said BLF Spokesperson Maj Gwahram Baloch.
22 February 2021
BLF freedom fighters attacked a Pakistan military check post in Singani-Sar area of Turbat, district Kech, occupied Balochistan. During this attack, a hand grenade fell inside the check post, killing and injuring several military personnel at the post.