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Balochistan Liberation Front issued it's manifesto to the public.

Jan 01, 2019

(Current Balochistan)

Balochistan Liberation Front spokesman Major Gwahram Baloch said in a media statement that the interim manifesto of the BLF has been approved at the Supreme Command Council meeting of Balochistan Liberation Front after review and amendment and it is now published to the public is being done. 

Major Gwahram Baloch has stated that the BLF, at its inception, had issued an interim manifesto, which was intended to present a sketch of the independent Balochistan in front of the Baloch people. The Interim Manifesto was presented at a meeting of the Supreme Command Council of the Organization for revision and amendment in accordance with national needs and times, which was unanimously approved. Today, at the beginning of the new year, it is being published for the Baloch nation, the Baloch nation's neighbors and the global community.

He said the manifesto consists of two parts. The first part is Departure which summarizes Baloch national history. The history of the establishment of the Balochistan state, the secrecy, the arrival of the British, the resistance of the Baloch, the partition of India, the creation of Pakistan, the resistance against the occupation of Balochistan and to resist against the a occupancy of Pakistan have been reviewed till the present day. ۔ In the second part of the manifesto, the organization describes the Balochistan Liberation Front's policies ' goals and political programmes are explained with details.

The BLF manifesto can be downloaded from it.

Major Gwahram Baloch said that today Balochistan is a proud place for the Liberation Front that after a lot of goodwill, consultation and ratification, the manifesto is being presented to the nation. "We strongly hope that the BLF's manifesto will be an important milestone in the national movement for independence".


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