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Without a united military organization, Baloch cannot benefit from regional developments - Bashir Zeb Baloch

Without a united military organization, Baloch cannot benefit from regional developments - Bashir Zeb Baloch

Jan 04, 2019

(Current Balochistan)

Baloch Liberation Army chief Bashir Zeb Baloch said on Friday that without a unified military organization, the Baloch nation cannot benefit from regional developments.

According to details, BLA chief Bashir Zeb expressed these views on Twitter on the social networking site on his official Twitter handle @BashirZebBaloch.

Others, including Baloch constituencies, are believed to be witnessing rapid political, social, economic and other changes in the region, while these changes will have a direct impact on Balochistan.

Bashir Zeb Baloch said that unless Baloch nation has a unified military organization, Baloch will not be able to get any collective benefits from regional developments.a

Observers think the reaction from Iran to the death of Qasim Sulaimani in Baghdad is likely to provoke a severe backlash, which will further increase the tensions in the region, with its effects spreading to the entire world, including the region.

The BLA chief said in a message earlier this year that if we do not become united then we will be eliminated, then neither Baloch nor Balochistan but Baloch soil would be in the future of world powers' wars and proxies. The laboratory will become a laboratory.

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