Freedom fighters battling for an independent Balochistan registered a major victory against occupying Pakistani forces on Tuesday night when they captured several military outposts held by the Pakistan Army in Balochistan.
The office of Baloch Raaji Aajoi-e-Sangar’s (BRAS) spokesperson Baloch Khan in a statement released the details of Tuesday night’s operation against Pakistani occupying forces in Drachko, Tankol Kaor in Dasht, Balochistan. BRAS is an alliance of the Baloch Liberation Army, Balochistan Liberation Front, Baloch Republican Army and the Baloch Republican Guard that is fighting for Balochistan’s independence.
Baloch Khan, the official spokesperson of BRAS, said that after a fierce attack multiple Pakistani military outposts were captured by the BRAS fighters. “At least 16 personnel of Pakistani military were killed in the battle whereas all outposts were completely destroyed. With successful execution of the plan, BRAS fighters attacked the military outposts and forward operating bases of the Pakistani military on Tuesday night from multiple directions. The enemy installations were completely destroyed and at least 16 enemy personnel were killed in the attack. A large cache of ammunition was also seized in the operation,” said Baloch Khan.
“Last night’s attack was part of Operation AasRech. The particular military bases and outposts were heavily involved in aiding and abetting death squads and the fanatic Jihadi groups like the Lashkar-e-Taiba. BRAS has made it clear that no leniency will be shown against such elements,” he explained further.
Baloch Khan added that formation of an organised and united national force is progressing extremely well in the form of BRAS. The organisation continues to significantly improve its strength and structure. The Baloch allied forces will continue to target occupying forces of Pakistan and their abettors until the formation of an independent and peaceful Baloch motherland.