BRAS, the coalition of armed groups of Balochistan, claimed responsibility for the killing of two Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists at Zamuran attack.
Baloch Raji Ajoi Sangar (BRAS), a coalition of Baloch armed groups such as Baloch Liberation Army (BLA), Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF), Baloch Republican Army (BRA) and Baloch Republican Guard (BRG) has claimed the responsibility for the attack in Zamuran area of Turbat (Balochistan) on Thursday.
“BRAS fighters attacked the activists of Lashkar-e-Taiba, a religious extremist organization under the patronage of Pakistan Army in Zamuran, Balochistan. The attack resulted in killing 2 and injuring several other members of the organization. Their weapons and motorcycles were confiscated as well,” the spokesperson of the BRAS Baloch Khan said in the statement.
Baloch Khan added that the Baloch fighters attacked the Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists at Kulbar Shahab Dikk Jah area when they were on their way to Tump in Balochistan. Two terrorists killed by the BRAS attack were identified as Nawaz (s/o Saeed) and Asghar (s/o Majeed). Both were residents of PulAbad Tump, Balochistan.
The spokesperson further added that both Nawaz and Asghar were directly involved in the attack on the BRAS comrades on Thursday. “The terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Taiba or the so-called ‘death squad’ of Pakistan government-sponsored criminals and the Pakistani military had jointly tried to surround our fighters. But Baloch Sarmachars bravely managed to break the siege and while in the battle, five of our soldiers were martyred. We want to clarify that all the terrorists of Lashkar-e-Taiba and members of these ‘death squad’ have been identified and such elements will no longer get dispensation of being Baloch or citizens of Balochistan.
The spokesman explained that for the purpose of eliminating all these enemy elements BRAS announces the launch of a large-scale operation called ‘Operation Aas-Rech’ under a comprehensive strategy.
“We want to convey this message to Baloch people that they must keep distance from terrorists of L-e-T and the local death squads to avoid any kind of loss. We also want to convey a message to the families of these terrorists that if they are not the partners in crime with them then they should also stay away from them in public places, so that they can avoid becoming innocent victims,” Baloch Khan explained.