In the most recent development, the Baloch Liberation Army (BLA) declared at UTC+ 19:00 today (Wednesday) that Operation Dara-e-Bolan had concluded “successfully.”
Jeeyand Baloch, the spokesperson of the Baloch Liberation Army, stated in a press release that the two-day operation in Dara-e-Bolan was carried out exceptionally well. “The BLA has achieved all its strategic objectives, leading the Senior Command Council of the organization to make the formal announcement marking the end of Operation Dara-e-Bolan, scheduled for 7 p.m. this evening.”
He stated that all BLA units have been given detailed orders to leave their positions along Mach City’s roads and its surroundings, and they are being urged to return to their base camps. “The BLA emphasizes that the residents of Mach played a critical role in the success of this operation and expresses gratitude for their resilience, morale, and support throughout.”
The spokesperson stated that more information about the operation would be promptly made available to the media to raise public awareness.
The Pak Army has been using daily home raids, disappearances, staged encounters, target killings, torture, humiliation at checkpoints, and kidnappings for ransom against the Baloch people since March 27, 1948.
Operations like Dara-e-Bolan highlight the region’s long-standing struggle for independence and recognition in Pakistan-occupied Balochistan. The Pak Army has retaliated against the Baloch people’s long-standing demand for independence again from Pakistan with a range of oppressive measures. The Baloch people’s resolve to resist oppression and realize their dreams of independence from the Pak Army is demonstrated by the BLA’s actions.