BLA executes collaborators of occupying Pakistan Army


The Baloch Liberation Army (BLA) has executed two collaborators of the occupying Pakistan Army. The executed men, identified as Saeed and Muhammad Nader, were found guilty by the Baloch National Court and subsequently given the death penalty.

According to BLA spokesperson, freedom fighters apprehended Saeed during a checkpoint operation on Mangi Road in Herani, Rahim Yar Khan District, Punjab province, on June 26, 2023. He confessed to working as a carpenter in Quetta and Gwadar while providing covert assistance to the Pakistan military. Furthermore, he admitted to maintaining contacts with local mechanics in Harnai.

Besides, on July 4, the BLA intelligence agents took custody of another collaborator named, Muhammad Nader in the Zarghoon area of Quetta. During interrogation, Nader confessed that he was working for intelligence agencies affiliated with the occupying Pakistan government. His arrest took place while he was attempting to meet an unidentified individual in Zarghoon.

Following their confessions, the Baloch National Court sentenced both individuals to death. The BLA, asserting its determination to resist the occupying military, carried out the execution of the two collaborators.

In a separate incident on the same day, BLA freedom fighters launched an attack on a secret military post situated in the Pir Ismail area of Bolan. The assault resulted in the destruction of the post of the occupying Pakistan Army inflicting heavy losses.

As usual, the BLA has vowed to continue attacking the occupying military and its allies. BLA has been fighting the armed liberation struggle since decades and has successfully posed resistance to the colonisation of Balochistan. Since March 1948, Balochistan is under the illegal occupation of Pakistan, which is exploiting each resource of thecountry while continuing to suppress the rightful owners of these resources, the Baloch Nationals.

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