The Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) launched an attack in Buleda (Pak-occupied Balochistan), resulting in the death of five Pak Army personnel. The BLF executed the assault on a convoy consisting of two vehicles and six motorcycles using an IED blast in the Kech region. The attack also left two Army personnel injured, including a major, in critical condition.
The deceased individuals are identified as Naik Tariq, Tipu Razzaq, Shafi, Tariq Nechari, and Shaukat. The injured officer, currently in critical condition, has been identified as Major Abbas.
Baloch Sarmachars, freedom fighters of the BLF, utilized modern and automatic weapons to target additional vehicles and motorcycles in the assault. The strategic and organizational execution of the operation, based on undisclosed information, inflicted substantial losses on the Army personnel between Friday and Saturday at 3 o’clock in the night.
Despite the Army’s significant investment in technology and machinery, the BLF’s continuous success of their operations showcases the psychological and strategic defeat of the Army on the front lines. The BLF, reiterating its commitment to the cause, emphasizes that it will persistently target and defeat the Army on all fronts until the achievement of Balochistan’s independence.
The Baloch Liberation Front’s spokesperson, Gwahrm Baloch, stated that these operations are a reaction to Pak Army’s continuous, violent occupation of Balochistan, and will continue till the attainment of their free homeland. Baloch people have faced relentless oppression through daily home raids, disappearances, staged encounters, target killings, torture, and kidnappings for ransom.