BLF releases July-Sep report, reiterates pledge to free Balochistan from Pak occupation

The core reason for establishment of Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) has always been to reinstate the separate Baloch identity and regain motherland’s sovereignty from the occupier Pakistan. With its establishment, BLF, along with armed struggle, began to create political and ideological awareness about the Baloch nation and has endeavored to bring Baloch people from all walks of life together to join the armed struggle, so that the masses consciously, politically and ideologically get involved in the resistance. Because, the struggle for independence is impossible without the participation of masses.

On the fundamental principle of freedom for occupied Balochistan, BLF is educating the Baloch nation to be ideologically and politically aware. Ideologically motivated BLF fighters, along with armed resistance are expanding the independence struggle with political awareness across Balochistan.

Baloch nation is now destroying the occupying Pakistan state’s army and responding in a befitting manner to their parliamentarian tools, death squads, religious extremists including countering the occupying state’s propaganda machinery and its fake narrative.

Organization’s fundamental principle is to ensure vetting and educating BLF fighters enough so that the weapon in their hands must remain a weapon in the hands of a revolutionary and their steps may never sway defending motherland. 

Today, across the length and breadth of Pakistan-occupied Balochistan, BLF’s brave fighters are present on the ground with their revolutionary weapon in defense of their country against Pakistan’s regular army and other security forces. Certainly, fighting on various fronts at once against Pakistan Army, federalists, local agents, informers, death squads, drug dealers and religious extremists is difficult. But at every given moment, BLF fighters are sacrificing their lives and vigorously leading the Baloch national struggle on the principles of the organization towards the ultimate goal.

Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) is the embodiment of its martyrs and nation’s unaccounted for sacrifices and if God wills, the struggle, with the organization’s principles and values will soon reach the destination.

BLF activities are published by “Ashoob” with excerpts from the statements of BLF spokesperson Major Gwahram Baloch

During the third quarter of 2020, twenty (20) lethal attacks were carried out on Pakistani forces. More than sixty one (61) soldiers were killed and dozens more injured. BLF destroyed seven Pakistani military vehicles while eight BLF fighters embraced martyrdom defending their mother land.

Martyrs of Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF)

“We pay homage and offer tributes to martyrs Abdul Hameed, Sabir Baloch and Anwar Baloch. On July 5, during a journey in Gresha area of Khuzdar district, the Pakistani state backed death squad and the BLF fighters came face to face and a skirmish erupted in which three of our fighters were martyred,” the BLF said in its quarterly report for July-September 2020.

BLF revolutionaries Abdul Hameed, Sabir Baloch and Anwar Baloch attained martyrdom on July 5 during their fight with the Pakistani forces at Gresha in district Khudzar, Pakistan-occupied Balochistan (POB).

Martyr Lieutenant Abdul Hameed (alias Shahzeb is son of Noor Jan of Bedreng Gresha), Martyr Sarmachaar Sabir Ali Baloch (alias Muheem is son of Sawali of Gresha Gumbud) and Martyr Sarmachaar Anwar Baloch (alias Javed is son of Sharif of Mashkay, Kahndari). All three martyrs were serving in the BLF’s armed platform for Balochistan’s struggle for independence.
The BLF fighters were on their way from Loop area in Gresha when they were attacked by the Pakistani state backed death squad. During this clash, the other BLF revolutionaries managed to escape safely and also inflicted damage on the enemy.

The death squads are involved in robberies and killings across Balochistan. However, many of them have been identified in different areas and soon the BLF fighters will teach them a lesson for committing atrocities on the Baloch people under Pakistan Army’s instructions.

Second Lieutenant Zahoor Ahmed Baloch Martyred

“We pay homage to Zahoor Baloch one of our brave fighters who was martyred during a mission. On August 27, 2020 Second Lieutenant Zahoor Ahmed (alias Ishaq Baloch, son of Sabzal Baloch, resident of Gwash Awaran) was swept away in a flash flood due to heavy rains while returning from the mission, due to which he was  martyred. The martyred fighter has been carrying out his responsibilities from the platform of BLF since 2013, rose to the rank of Second Lieutenant and laid down his life for the defence of the land. Appreciating his services, the organization pledges to carry out its mission of independence (Azad Balochistan) and assures to achieve the ultimate goal,” BLF said in its quarterly report for July-September 2020.

Second Lieutenant Zahoor Baloch attained martyrdom on August 27, 2020.

Martyrdom of Muslim, Sikandar, Liaqat and Saadullah

On Friday, September 19, 2020 at Raaghey Kalan, BLF fighters and the occupying Pakistani Army came face to face that led to a two-way clash. In this clash, four BLF Fighters, Commander Muslim (son of Muhammad Hussain), Second Lieutenant Sikandar (son of Muhammad Ibrahim), Liaqat (son of Mulla Abdul Qadir), and Saadullah were martyred while fighting valiantly against the enemy army.

“We pay tribute to the martyrs who sacrificed their precious lives in the struggle for the independence of Balochistan. Their martyrdom came as the Pakistani military has been conducting military operations in the area for the past two weeks. A large-scale military operation was conducted in Raaghey, Gichak and surrounding areas. In this operation, violating the laws of war, the occupying Pakistani forces targeted the civilian population with gunship helicopters. Meanwhile, the homes of many ordinary Baloch had been set on fire and livestock have been looted,” BLF said in its quarterly report for July-September 2020.

Shaheed Muslim Baloch is the younger brother of martyred BLF commander Suleiman (alias Shayhaq) and is the nephew of BLF Chief Dr Allah Nazar. Shaheed Sikandar Baloch and Shaheed Liaqat are the nephews of Dr. Allah Nazar Baloch.

Shaheed Javed Baloch

Shaheed Javed Jan, alias Zubair Baloch (son of Muhammad Hasil, resident of Dasht Keel-Kaur) was injured in a road accident in the month of July but unfortunately could not recover and was martyred on July 11. Javed Jan had been fighting for the independence of Balochistan since 2016. Shaheed Javed Baloch was good at poetry along with being an armed revolutionary.

Martyr Javed Baloch was a gifted poet who used his pen along with the gun to fight for Balochistan’s independence

Shaheed Irfan and Noor Khan

On September 29, Captain Irfan (alias Imdad Baloch, son of Shaheed Ghulam Mustafa and resident of Konsh-Kalat), Second Lieutenant Noor Khan (alias Bramsh, son of Noor Bakhsh and resident of Khairabad) were martyred while fighting bravely with the enemy army in the mountain range of Mazanband in Kech district of Balochistan.

Gunship helicopters along with Pakistani ground forces conducted operations in the Mazanband mountain range while SSG commandos were also deployed.

Martyred BLF soldiers fought valiantly against the enemy in the areas of Sedan Pir and Gandhadar, killing more than fifteen Pakistani Army personnel and wounding many more.

Noor Khan Baloch (left) and Captain Irfan Baloch (right) of the Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) were martyred in Mazanband, Pakistan-occupied Balochistan (POB) while fighting with the Pakistan Army.
Noor Khan Baloch (left) and Captain Irfan Baloch (right) of the Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) were martyred in Mazanband, Pakistan-occupied Balochistan (POB) while fighting with the Pakistan Army.

State informer Munir Ahmed (son of Abdul Rashid and a resident of Tump) was also killed in this clash. Shaheed Captain Irfan and Shaheed Noor Khan had defeated the Pakistani soldiers several times on the battlefield before.

“We pay tributes to them for their martyrdom and pledge that the blood of the martyrs will turn into a free Balochistan,” BLF said in its quarterly report.

Logo of the Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF)
Logo of the Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF)

July 2020: BLF attacks on the occupying Pakistani force

12 July 2020 – Sniper attack on Pakistan military checkpost that killed one Pakistani military personnel. Fired several rockets and attacked at the camp with automatic weapons in Bulor area of Hoshaab, district Kech, Balochistan inflicting heavy causalities to the occupying forces.

14 July 2020 – Ambushed Pakistan military convoy which consisted of five military vehicles with rocket launchers and automatic weapons in Mok-e-Kandag area of Gichk, district Panjgur, Balochistan. More than twenty Pakistani military personnel were killed including an officer in this attack and all the military vehicles were destroyed.

19 July 2020 – Sniper attack on Pakistan military checkpost that killed one Pakistani military personnel. Fired several rockets and attack with automatic weapons in Goshanag area of Kolwah, district Awaran, Balochistan inflicting heavy causalities to the occupying forces.

25 July 2020 – Ambushed Pakistan military convoy consisting of two military vehicles with heavy and automatic weapons in Pidrak area of district Kech, Balochistan. Six military personnel were killed and two were injured in this attack.

30 July 2020 – Hurled two hand grenades at Pakistani military checkpost in Sultan Chowk, district Mastung, Balochistan due to which two military personnel were killed and several got injured.

Attacked Pakistan military checkpost with sniper rifle, and heavy weapons in Manguli area of Wadi Mashkay, district Awaran, Balochistan. Three military personnel were killed in this attack and one was injured.

30 July 2020 – Attacked Pakistani army patrolling team with automatic and heavy weapons in Nondra area of Jahoo, district Awaran, Balochistan. The attack took place as a group of ten ground military personnel were advancing towards Daraj Kaur (river). In the fierce ambush, four Pakistani army personnel were killed on the spot and two others were injured.

August 2020: BLF attacks on the occupying Pakistani force

2 August  2020 – Sniper attack on Pakistan military checkpost with heavy weapons in Shapkol area of Kolwah, district Awaran, Balochistan. Two military personnel were killed in this attack.

6 August  2020 – Fired two rockets on a Pakistan military checkpost in Jahoo area of district Awaran, Balochistan. Several military personnel were killed and injured as both the rockets landed on the military check-post.

Attacked Pakistan military check-post with sniper rifle and killed one military personnel in Bal Nigwar area of Dasht, district Kech, Balochistan.

Attacked the Pakistan military camp with rockets and heavy weapons in Mashkay Gwarjak area of district Awaran, Balochistan and inflicted heavy casualties on the occupying forces. After the attack, the occupying army’s combat helicopters also started flying but they did not find any success.

13 August 2020 – Sniper attack on Pakistan military checkpost that killed one military personnel in Dil Murad Damb area of Jahoo, district Awaran, Balochistan.

Attacked Pakistan military checkpost at water supply in Dandaar area of  district Kech, Balochistan with rockets and heavy weapons. Two rockets landed inside the checkpost inflicting heavy causalities to the occupying forces.

Attacked the Pakistan military camp with rockets and heavy weapons in Mastung district of Balochistan and inflicted heavy casualties on the occupying forces.

14 August 2020 – Skirmish erupted between Pakistan military and BLF fighters, which lasted for around an hour. BLF fighters fired several rockets and responded with heavy weapons. 11 Pakistani military personnel were killed and a number of others were injured in Hikaan area of Gishkaur, district Awaran, Balochistan.

Ambushed Pakistan military convoy consisting of 5 military vehicles with heavy and automatic weapons in Draaj Kaur area of Jaho, district Awaran, Balochistan. Five military personnel were killed and three were injured in this attack.

16 August 2020 – Sniper attack on Pakistan military checkpost that killed one military personnel in Thazina Damb area of Kharan, Balochistan.

26 August 2020 – Attacked Pakistan military checkpost with automatic and heavy weapons in Ziarath Dann area of Pirandar, district Awaran, Balochistan and inflicted heavy causalities to the occupying forces.

September 2020: BLF attacks on the occupying Pakistani force

3 September 2020 – Attacked Pakistan military convoy with a remote-controlled bomb in Zamuran, Puganzan area of Tehsil Bulaida, district Kech, Balochistan causing severe damage to one of the vehicles. Three military personnel were killed and four injured.

6 September 2020 – Attacked the Pakistan military camp with rockets and heavy weapons in Mashkay Nokjo area of district Awaran, Balochistan inflicting heavy casualties on the occupying forces. In response military fired several mortars in populated areas.

19 September 2020 – In Raaghey Kalan, BLF fighters and the occupying Pakistani Army came face to face that led to a two-way clash. 

In this clash, four BLF Fighters, Commander Muslim, Second Lieutenant Sikandar, Liaqat, and Saadullah were martyred while fighting valiantly against the enemy army.

“We pay tribute to the martyrs who sacrificed their precious lives in the struggle for the independence of Balochistan. Their martyrdom came as the Pakistani military has been conducting military operations in the area for the past two weeks. A large-scale military operation is conducted in Raaghey, Gichak and surrounding areas,” BLF said in its quarterly report.

During this operation, violating the laws of war, the occupying forces targeted the civilian population with gunship helicopters. Meanwhile, the homes of many ordinary Baloch were set on fire and livestock were looted.

22 September 2020 – Shaheed Javed Jan (alias Zubair Baloch son of Muhammad Hasil resident of Dasht Keel-kaur) was injured in a road accident in the month of July but unfortunately could not recover and was martyred on 11th July.

29 September 2020 – Capt. Irfan (alias Imdad Baloch) and Second Lieutenant Noor Khan (alias Bramsh) were martyred while fighting bravely with the enemy army in the mountain range of Mazanband in Kech district of Balochistan.

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