In a recent series of attacks, the Baloch Liberation Army (BLA) attacked Pakistan Army installations in Noshki and Kolwah, aiming to assert their demands for the liberation of the Baloch motherland.
On the night of 3 August, BLA freedom fighters launched a daring assault on a Pakistan military post located in Zaren Jungle, near Noshki. Armed with grenade launchers, the fighters successfully carried out the attack, resulting in two enemy personnel sustaining injuries.
In Kolwah’s Rodkan region, BLA fighters also engaged in strategic action, destroying surveillance equipment, including cameras and solar plates, installed near a Pakistani military outpost. This move aims to disrupt enemy surveillance efforts and further emphasizes the group’s commitment to their cause.
The Baloch Liberation Army spokesperson, Jeeyand Baloch, made it clear that the BLA will persistently target occupying forces until their mission to liberate the Baloch motherland is achieved.
The incident underscores the ongoing armed struggle of Balochistan freedom fighters against the occupying forces of Pakistan. Since the illegal occupation of free Baloch land in March 1948, Pakistan has left no stone unturned in exploiting the Baloch land for its interests. The sole purpose of this illegal occupation was to expand the length and breadth of the country to make it more resource-inclusive, disregarding the rights of the people. Each voice that rises has been silenced using enforced disappearance or the ‘kill and dump’ policy. This makes the armed organizations’ struggle, like the BLA, even more significant.