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Current Balochistan: Conflict updates from ground


▶In recent morning occupying states army abducted a 14 Years old child Liaqat S/o Basham  in "koh e muraad"(A holy place, where Baloch workship),  Liaqat is from Kolwa, Awaran.


▶Today in Gomazi a area of Tump, Kech, baloch freedom fighters attacked and destroyed the house of upcoming elections candidate Mir Asghar Rind the,Mir Asghar Rind Acts for BNP Awami.



▶Baloch freedom fighters attacked on convey of Hammal in nasirabad, kech,  Hammal works for BNP Mengal,

Baloch freedom fighters had always made an effort to convince him , Once again they threatened him and instructed him to not act with Pakistan and this so called elections

Baloch national leader Dr allah nizar baloch has tweeted that we will boycot this so called election and we won't let anyone to be part of it  And many of other organizations including BNM, BRSO, and BSO will boycot upcoming elections, has Baloch did it in 2013 ,where just 4% of Baloch voted and rest of them boycotted it. Baloch separatists warned the candidates who acts in upcoming elections and threatneed them to not be part of it.

As always Baloch freedom fighters essentially warns and admonish them to avoid it.


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