In a resolute demonstration of resistance against the oppressive Pak Army in Pak-occupied-Balochistan, the Baloch Liberation Army (BLA) has claimed responsibility for two strategic bomb attacks in Turbat and Gwadar. These targeted actions were aimed at disrupting the presence of the occupying Army and countering the activities of an enemy agent.
In Turbat, BLA operatives meticulously planned and executed an attack near an educational checkpoint where Pakistan Army personnel had gathered. The blast injured four Army personnel. This calculated move was intended to convey a powerful message that the Baloch people will not remain silent in the face of occupation, oppression, violence and injustice.
Gwadar: The Enemy Agent
In a separate operation in the Baloch Ward of Gwadar, BLA operatives targeted an agent of Pak secret agencies who had been operating in disguise. The agent, involved in intelligence activities, had taken refuge in a bathhouse, using it as a front for his covert operations. The BLA strike successfully unmasked his activities, sending a clear warning that those working against the interests of Balochistan will be held accountable.
Jeeyand Baloch, the spokesperson for the Baloch Liberation Army, emphasized that these operations are a response to the continued forceful occupation of Balochistan by Pakistan Army since 27 March 1948. The Pakistan Army is targeting and monitoring Baloch people, and anyone who has the potential to raise questions is either killed or abducted. The BLA’s actions underscore their commitment to resisting the oppressive Army that have marred the history of Balochistan. These strategic strikes aim to disrupt the operations of the occupying forces and deter those who collaborate with them. As the struggle for liberation intensifies, the Baloch Liberation Army remains steadfast in its pursuit of a free and sovereign Balochistan.