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43 BLA rebel militants that included 7 commanders

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  Last Updated On 23 October,2016 09:45 am

The rebels were formerly linked to banned group BLA

SIBI (Dunya News) – At least 43 rebel militants that included 7 commanders from banned outfit surrender in Sibi, reported Dunya News.

The militants handed their weapons to security officials in an organised function arranged for the purpose.

The rebels were formerly linked to banned group BLA and were wanted in terrorism, attacks on security officials, bomb blasts and various other criminal cases.

FC officials revealed at the moment that the law and order situation inside Balochistan has greatly improved. They also said that all those rebels who come into the national circle would be warmly greeted and development projects would be set up in their areas. 

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