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Current Balochistan: Conflict updates from the ground

10/6/2018 MAND :- ▶ Ijaz S/o Kareem Bux R/o Kalat Bazar, Mand has been released by pakistani Army illegal custody last night from kech city Camp. He was Abducted from Soro Bazar Hameed Sarrap Dokan on 20'Nov 2017 by pakistani Army. 10/6/2018:- KECH :- ▶In Hotabad, Ayub S/O Dilmurad,  Jummah S/O Abdul karim bux are working for upcoming elections in their areas for BNP Awami, Baloch freedom fighters request civilians to boycott upcoming elections and they must take action against these people 9/6/2018:- KECH :- ▶In Tajaban unknown man abducted Qadir S/O Wali Dad in 8th june, In a recent update he was released on 9th june and reached home. Source : Baloch Social Media Groups


BLF Activities Published by “Ashoob” from the statements of BLF spokesperson Gwahram Baloch issued in Electronic and Print Media. During the month of May 2018, (19) attacks were carried out on Pakistani forces. More than (29) soldiers were killed including a Pakistan military captain, more than (25) injured, and (7) military vehicles destroyed and (1) mobile tower blown up and Three of BLF fighters embraced martyrdom defending their mother land. Pakistani ISI and its death squads killed our member Essa Baloch s/o Mehrab Baloch in western Balochistan on May 3rd, 2018. Martyr Abid Zamurani a commander of BLF was also killed by the hands of same death squads in western Balochistan last year. Martyr Essa Baloch was serving national services on platform of BLF from last six years. He was the deputy commander of his network in Dasht. His wife has a nationality of western Balochistan. Recently martyr Essa had a baby; he moved to live with his wife. On May 3rd, 2018, Essa Baloc

India refuses to endorse China’s Belt and Road Initiative

PTI QINGDAO, JUNE 10, 2018 18:22 IST In his address at the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation Summit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said any mega connectivity project must respect sovereignty and territorial integrity. India was the only country in the eight-nation Shanghai Cooperation Organisation on June 10 which refused to endorse China’s ambitious Belt and Road Initiative for which Beijing has signed pacts with nearly 80 countries and international organisations. A declaration issued at the end of the two-day summit of the SCO said Russia, Pakistan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan have “reaffirming their support for the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)” of China. “The Member States express appreciation for the joint efforts taken towards its implementation, including efforts to coordinate the development of the Eurasian Economic Union and the BRI and call for using the potential of the regional countries, international organisations and multilateral association

A Glimpse on the life of Nawab Khair Baksh Marri

By Kambar Baloch Nawab Khair Baksh Marri opened his eyes in Kahan, an area in Kohlu District of Balochistan on 28 February 1928. His mother passed away when he was a child. After this tragic lost, some other people of his tribe were given the responsibility of his care. He was named by the name of his grandfather, Sardar Khair Buksh Marri. When he was 4-years-old, his father, Sardar Mehrullah Khan Marri passed away. Being in age of infancy, Sardar Doda Khan Marri, his uncle was elected as the chieftain of Marri Tribe. On behalf of English, he was sent to Aitchison College Lahore for getting further education. When he was 22-years-old, he became the chieftain of his tribe in 1950.   According to majority of the analysts, Nawab Marri talked about freedom (Freedom of Balochistan) lately, but  a renowned intellectual and an activist of 1970s, Mir Mohammad Ali Talpur said, in 1951 when Britain’s Political Agent Davis, inquired from Nawab Marri that why don’t you let your deprived peop

BNP Mengal has set up two death squads in Balochistan

Dr. Allah Nazar Baloch nationalist leader Dr. Allah Nazar Baloch in a statement said that those who do federalist politics in Pakistan are being used against Baloch national liberation struggle in Balochistan. National Party leaders have already sided with the occupying forces by forming death squads in Balochistan to aid the ongoing Baloch genocide. Now Balochistan National Party-Mengal (BNP-M) has set up two death squad camps in two districts of Balochistan. One in Goran area of Kalat under the command of Kambar Khan and the other in Jhaoo area of District Awaran under Maula Bakhsh Mohammad Hasani. Both men formally claim to be members of the BNP-M. It is now clear that the Baloch traitors, federalist parties, who call themselves nationalist, are united under one umbrella. They are sucking the blood of Baloch people in the name of Baloch people and selling out the blood of Baloch martyrs. I urge Baloch people to stay away from them who have become Qasims and Jaafars of Bengal. Ba

Xi extolls free trade at Asia meet as G-7 ends in disarray

By: DAKE KANG, Associated Press QINGDAO, China (AP) - Chinese President Xi Jinping extolled free trade and criticized "selfish, short-sighted" policies during a closely orchestrated gathering of a Beijing-led bloc Sunday, standing in stark contrast with the G-7 summit that ended in disarray over trade tensions. "We should reject selfish, short-sighted, narrow and closed-off policies. We must maintain the rules of the World Trade Organization, support the multilateral trade system and build an open global economy," Xi said. Though his remarks did not mention President Donald Trump, Beijing has sought to portray itself as a defender of free trade in response to the American leader's support for import controls. This is despite China's status as the most-closed major economy. Xi also hailed the entry of new members of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, calling the presence of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Pakistani President Mamnoon Hussain &qu

Hong Kong to Hold Joint Belt and Road Conference in Beijing

Eric Lam Hong Kong’s government will hold a joint conference with other officials in Beijing on June 12 to discuss the city’s involvement in China’s sprawling Belt and Road infrastructure initiative. The conference will detail Hong Kong’s “ full participation in and contribution to the Belt and Road Initiative, the work priorities and initiatives to be implemented for the year,” according to an  announcement  Sunday from the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. Teresa Cheng, Hong Kong’s secretary for justice, Edward Yau, the secretary for commerce and economic development, and Patrick Nip, the secretary for constitutional and mainland affairs, will lead the group heading to Beijing, which also includes officials from the Development Bureau, Hong Kong Monetary Authority and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council. The National Development and Reform Commission, Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office of the State Council and other central authorities will also part