BLA attacks a Pak Army camp in Wali Thangi

11 Pakistan Army soldiers eliminated in Wali Thangi Assault
BLA's action in Wali Thangi (Photo - Social Media)

In a bold act of defiance, the Baloch Liberation Army (BLA) has launched an audacious attack on a Pakistan Army post in the Wali Thangi region of Quetta. The BLA’s statement reports that they successfully eliminated 11 Pakistan Army personnel and captured a Pak Army camp in the process.

This courageous assault comes in direct contradiction to earlier reports in the local media, which had downplayed the incident, suggesting that only one soldier was killed and another injured in an attack by armed individuals on an Pak Army base in Wali Thangi.

According to the statement released by the Baloch Liberation Army, their freedom fighters launched a well-coordinated and fierce attack on the occupying Pakistan Army camp in Wali Thangi, at 6 p.m. on 14 Sept. The freedom fighters approached from multiple directions, effectively pinning down the enemy troops and forcing them to abandon their camp.

After the BLA’s attack, the Pak Army camp witnessed chaos. The Pak Army left behind not only their camp but also their weapons and their injured soldiers. Two posts of the camp the Army camp were entirely captured, and the enemy’s arm depot suffered complete destruction at the hands of BLA rockets. This decisive strike resulted in the death of eleven enemy personnel, including Subaidar Qaisar Raheem.

Moreover, the Baloch Liberation Army reported that they successfully confiscated arms and ammunition from the retreating Pakistan Army, further weakening the occupying forces in the region.

The BLA’s commitment to the cause of Balochistan’s freedom is firm. Their spokesperson, Jeeyand Baloch, made it clear in the statement that these actions are part of a broader effort to target Pakistan Army until a full withdrawal from Balochistan is achieved. This determination shows the lengths to which the BLA is willing to go to secure the rights and autonomy of the Baloch people in their homeland.

The Pakistan Army has committed numerous atrocities, including daily home raids, disappearances, staged encounters, target killings, torture, humiliation at checkpoints, and kidnappings for ransom. The events in Wali Thangi serve as a stark reminder that the struggle for freedom and justice in Pakistan-occupied-Balochistan continues, with the Baloch Liberation Army leading the charge. Their triumph highlights that even in the face of adversity, the voice of the Baloch people will not be silenced, and their fight for self-determination and independence remains a beacon of hope. Following the illegal occupation of Balochistan in March 1948, Balochistan has been fighting the war of its existence.

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