BLF refutes ‘news’ about Dr Allah Nazar’s death as Pak propaganda

Balochistan's revered leader Dr Allah Nazar Baloch is alive and leading the freedom movement of Balochistan. (Photo: News Intervention)
Dr Allah Nazar Baloch, Chief of Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) and revered leader of Balochistan's Freedom Struggle against Pakistan. (Photo: News Intervention)

The fake news peddled by Pakistani security forces about the death of Balochistan’s tallest leader Dr Allah Nazar Baloch was refuted in strong words by the Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) in a media statement released late on Saturday night.

Several Baloch media groups also confirmed that this “news” of the death of Baloch leader Dr. Allah Nazar Baloch in Kandahar, Afghanistan was absolutely baseless. “Our Baloch leader is alive and is leading the Baloch independence movement,” said a Baloch human rights activist in his tweet.
Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) spokesman Major Gwahram Baloch termed the news of the assassination of Baloch leader Dr Allah Nazar Baloch in Kandahar as a lie and said that this false news was spread by the social media trolls of Pakistan’s ISI.

BLF media statement refuting Pakistan’s fake news propaganda about Dr Allah Nazar’s death in Afghanistan (Photo: News Intervention)

Baloch sources further confirmed that Dr. Allah Nazar Baloch is present and active in his homeland Balochistan along with thousands of sarmachaars (freedom fighters) who are struggling for the independence of Balochistan from Pakistan’s colonial occupation.

“…spreading false propaganda, spreading false news, misinformation and rumors are the hallmarks of Pakistan, its intelligence agencies and its subservient media. Through this false rumor, ISI wants to spread suspicions about two neighboring countries Afghanistan and India on the one hand and the Baloch independence movement on the other. They want to justify Pakistan Army’s proxy war,” said Major Gwahram Baloch, BLF spokesperson in his media statement. He further added that Pakistan is trying to justify the war crimes and crimes against humanity by their intelligence agencies and Death Squads backed by them.

The fake news about Dr Allah Nazar’s death is a propaganda launched by pliant media of Pakistan with a purpose to create an impression that the Baloch freedom struggle is dwindling. Islamabad’s campaign to spread malicious rumors is also aimed at diverting attention from its policy of continuing proxy war against Afghanistan and India. Even earlier such baseless news about the martyrdom of Dr. Allah Nazar Baloch was spread by Pakistan and its ally Sarfraz Bugti, which was later on proved as blatant lie. The purpose of spreading such fake news is only to dishearten Balochistan about its independence movement. However, with rapid democratization on news media and social media the Pakistani propaganda is exposed and truth is revealed.

“Pakistan Army’s morale is at an all time low and they have been suffering losses on all fronts. In order to lift the sagging morale they spread such canards to lift the morale of troops, which knows that Pakistan is gradually losing the war in occupied Balochistan (sic),” wrote a senior policeman from Karachi in his blogpost.

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