TURBAT – In a bold targeted operation, the Baloch Liberation Army (BLA) has eliminated Shabbir Bizenjo, a key operative of the Pakistan Army’s notorious death squad. The operation took place at the Dunk location in Turbat, effectively disrupting the Army’s nefarious activities in the region, Pak-occupied-Balochistan.
Shabbir Bizenjo was a notorious figure known for his involvement in the so-called “death squad” formed by the Pakistan Army and intelligence agencies. He was responsible for facilitating the Army’s operations in Turbat city and Gardanwah under the supervision of Yasir Bahram. Bizenjo was also directly involved in grabbing people’s lands, causing immense hardship and suffering to the Baloch community.
Shiber, another accomplice of Shabbir Bizenjo, also played a crucial role in identifying Baloch youths through social networking websites and making them disappear. He was tasked to infiltrate the BLA and harm its fighters, however, timely intelligence thwarted his plans. Shabbir Bizenjo had been on the BLA’s radar following an intelligence report. Acting on this information, BLA commanders successfully eliminated the enemy operative. The BLA’s Sarmachars executed a precise operation, eliminating the enemy agent once and for all.
“The Baloch Liberation Army claims full responsibility for this operation”, declared Jayand Baloch, BLA spokesperson. “Our attacks on the occupying Pakistan Army and its collaborators will continue until we achieve our ultimate goal of independence for Balochistan.” The Baloch Liberation Army (BLA) confirms its involvement in this operation. The BLA remains committed to carrying out attacks against the occupying Pakistan Army and its partners until the ultimate goal of liberation is achieved.
Since 27 March 1948, the Pakistan Army has been oppressing Baloch through daily home raids, disappearances, staged encounters, target killings, torture, humiliation at checkpoints, and kidnappings for ransom. The Pakistan Army is targeting and monitoring Baloch people, and anyone who has the potential to raise questions is either killed or abducted.