BLF freedom fighters fire rockets at Gwadar International Airport

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The 107 mm rocket shell that was fired by Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) on under-construction Gwadar International Airport.
The 107 mm rocket shell that was fired by Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) on under-construction Gwadar International Airport.

Baloch freedom fighters (Sarmachars) of the Balochistan Liberation Front fired two rocket shells of 107 mm at the under-construction Gwadar International Airport in the Gurandani area of the Gwadar district in occupied Balochistan. The rocket shells landed inside the construction site of the airport causing severe damages.

BLF spokesman Major Gwahram Baloch claimed responsibility for the attack on Gwadar Airport.

In a media statement Major Gwahram Baloch said that the Balochistan freedom fighters (Sarmachars) fired two 107 mm rocket shells on the under-construction Gwadar International Airport which killed several security personnel and others that included the Chinese.

The construction site of Gwadar International Airport was severely damaged due to this attack and several security personnel and other operatives were killed. It needs to be understood that several Chinese engineers and laborers are constructing an international airport in the Gurandani area of ​​Gwadar. This construction is being opposed by Balochistan freedom fighters who say that China, at the behest of Pakistan, is looting away rich natural resources of Balochistan. China and Pakistan are trying to complete this airport’s construction against the will of Balochistan and by forcibly occupying the land of Baloch people. The Balochistan freedom fighters do not accept these projects in Balochistan which is against the will of Baloch nation.

Major Gwahram Baloch said that such attacks will continue till the independence of Balochistan.

The 107 mm rocket shell that was fired by Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) on Gwadar International Airport.
The 107 mm rocket shell that was fired by Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) on under-construction Gwadar International Airport.

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