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Current Balochistan: Conflict updates from the Ground

9/July/2018
AWARAN

Today occupying army started a military operation in perrrandar ,a area of district awaran ,Where she abducted more than 20 baloch Civilians  ,Including Ellahi Baksh S/O wahid ,Rahim S/O Dilmurad, Abul ali ,S/O Meer mohammd , Abdul salam S/O Meer mohammd , Noora S/O Meer mohamd , Seeri, S/O Yarwan, Jangan S/O seeri, Abdul wahid S/O Ibrahim , Basheer, S/O Imda ,ayaz,S/O Noora , Sheer mohmd S/O Ghulam mohamdd And many others.

9/July/2018
MAND

Today in Mand bellow baloch freedom Fighters attacked on military camp of pakistani army with rockets and automatic weapons, Losses might occured.


9/July/2018
BALOCHISTAN

Today pakistani Army started a military operation in Different Places of balochistan ,including, perranda ,Gowarkup ,and mand,Where she annoyed and abducted Children and young ones.


9/July/2018
KECH

Previous days unknown man apprehended Ellahi baksh From Hoshab,According to updates Today he was released and reached his home


9/July/2018
AWARAN

Previous days Baloch freedom Fighters killed pakistani death squad in awaran, In the reaction of this pakistani army started a military operation in differnt places of awaran ,Including Gazzi, Perrandar,Zumdan and Zelag, Where she abducted more than 150 people and Shifted them in military camps.

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