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EVENT​: How India can play role in Freedom struggle of BALOCHISTAN

Blaming Baloch Sardars

For the past five decades the establishment’s propaganda overdrive has blamed the Baloch sardars for all the ills of Balochistan.  Undoubtedly a large number of sardars have much to answer for, but then so do a whole list of generals, politicians, bureaucrats and capitalist barons who have also ill served and selfishly looted this country. The sardars have proved to a useful target for propaganda but reflect on this: Makran which hasn’t had a sardar for nearly two hundred years is just as poorly developed as the rest of Balochistan, if not less. The former army chief Musharraf is on record saying in 2006 that out of the total seventy-seven sardars in Balochistan, seventy-four were pro-establishment and only three – Bugti, Marri and Mengal – opposed his dictatorship. Such statements and the evidence of history shows that the establishment has always been in cahoots with a majority of Balochistan’s sardars and never really given a hoot for the development of the ordinary Baloch. Tr

Balochistan violence: One killed, six hurt in Washuk blast By  Mohammad Zafar Published: June 18, 2017 PHOTO: REUTERS QUETTA :  One man was killed and six others, including four children, were injured after an explosive device targeting a pickup truck went off in the Washuk district of Balochistan on Saturday. According to a Balochistan Levies official, the blast took place at around 2pm in Mashkail tehsil near the Pak-Iran border. He added that the pickup truck was targeted with a remote-controlled device and the vehicle was completely destroyed. No Islamic State existence in Balochistan, claims Bugti ADVERTISEMENT Ad “Shoukat Gangozai, alias Meera, was travelling in the vehicle along with six of his family members,” said the official. The explosion killed Jalal Ahmed on the spot, while Gangozai, his wife and four children were injured, he added. The injured were shifted to the Dalbandin district headquarters hospital where the condition of

China includes CPEC in scientific expedition to Tibet PTI | 7 hours ago   HIGHLIGHTS The scientific expedition to the 4,000-metre-high Qinghai-Tibet plateau will study changes in climateChina has included the controversial CPEC in its expeditionChina's first comprehensive scientific expedition to the Tibet plateau began in the 1970s BEIJING: China has included the controversial $50 billion China Pakistan Economic Corridor in its second scientific expedition to the 4,000-metre-high Qinghai -Tibet plateau to study changes in climate, biodiversity and environment over the past decades in the region. The expedition will also take scientists to a pass linking to south Asia, state-run Xinhua news agency reported. The  CPEC  passes through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), over which India has conveyed its protests to China. The area covers Karakoram mountain ranges, including the Siachen glacier. The last expedition o

BLF claims responsibility of grenade attack on Pak army

(Sangar News) Balochistan Liberation Front spokesperson in his statement claimed the responsibility of the attack on Pakistan army camp in Turbat and said on 09 June 2017, after the sunset, a military camp built in a school in Shahi Tump area of Turbat district Kech, Balochistan, was attacked with hand grenades, in result, one military personnel killed and two injured After the successful attack, as usual, Pakistani army retaliated and opened fire on innocent civilians and severely tortured women and children of surrounding villages, which is an open violation of international laws of war. - See more at: