In a bold and resolute move, the Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) has once again demonstrated their unwavering commitment to defending their homeland and freedom. In a recent operation, BLF Sarmachars (freedom fighters) executed a meticulously planned ambush in the Mand area of Kech District, resulting in a significant blow to the Pakistan Army’s presence in the region.
On 30th Sept, three Pakistan Army personnel in a vehicle, ventured into the Marza Zo area with the intent of fetching water from a nearby checkpoint. However, what they encountered was an ambush set up by Baloch Sarmachars between Redeeg and Shand. Armed with automatic weapons, these dedicated freedom fighters swiftly launched an attack that shook the enemy to its core.
Two Pakistan Army personnel died on the spot, while another was injured. The BLF’s precision and determination were once again on full display as they struck with precision and purpose.
A Strategic Plan
This attack was not an isolated incident; it was part of a well-thought-out strategic plan aimed at restricting the movements of the occupying Pakistan Army forces. The Baloch fighters remain committed in their mission to defeat the oppressors on all fronts and closely monitor their activities.
A Message of Resistance
As long as the Pakistan Army continues its presence in Pak-occupied-Balochistan, the Baloch Sarmachars made it abundantly clear that such actions will persist. Their resolve to resist and protect their homeland remains unshaken. Similarly, on September 19th, the Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) launched an assault on a Pakistan Navy facility situated in Turbat.
Withdrawal and Responsibility
Following the successful execution of their operation, the Baloch Sarmachars withdrew from the area, having delivered a clear message of resistance and determination.
For far too long, Pakistan-occupied-Balochistan has witnessed enforced disappearances, targeting political activists, students, and civilians by the Pak Army. They are subjected to torture, and their lifeless bodies are discarded in isolated areas. Following the illegal occupation of Balochistan in March 1948, Balochistan has been fighting the war of its existence and freedom from Pakistan. Be it the peaceful way of protests or the armed resistance, against the inhumane authoritarian quasi state of Pakistan, Balochs are fighting an all-front war. In that pursuit, BLF with its freedom fighters has carried out an armed resistance since decades. The motive is clear to free the Baloch land from the illegal occupation of Pakistan.