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BLF valiantly defended occupied Balochistan from Pakistani forces in April: Major Gwahram Baloch

BLF Martyrs who attained martyrdom after valiantly fighting for more than 12 hours with the Pakistani forces at Paroom, occupied Balochistan.

BLF Martyrs who attained martyrdom after valiantly fighting for more than 12 hours with the Pakistani forces at Paroom, occupied Balochistan.

Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) is striving for a free Balochistan since its inception. The core reason for establishment of BLF has always been to reinstate the separate Baloch identity and regain motherland’s sovereignty from the occupier Pakistan. Since inception, the BLF along with its armed struggle, began to create political and ideological awareness about Baloch nation and has endeavored to bring Baloch people from all walks of life together to join the armed freedom struggle so that the masses consciously, politically and ideologically get involved in the resistance. This is because the struggle for independence is impossible without the participation of masses.
On the fundamental principle of freedom for occupied Balochistan, BLF is educating the Baloch nation to be ideologically and politically aware. Ideologically motivated BLF fighters, along with their armed resistance are expanding the struggle with political awareness across Balochistan.

Baloch nation is destroying occupying Pakistani state’s army and responding in a befitting manner to the parliamentarian tools, death squads, religious extremists including countering the occupying state’s propaganda machinery and its fake narrative.

Organization’s fundamental principle is to ensure vetting and educating BLF fighters enough so that the weapon in their hands must remain a weapon in the hands of a revolutionary and their steps may never waver while defending motherland. 

Today, across the length and breadth of occupied Balochistan, BLF’s brave fighters are present on the ground with their revolutionary weapon in defense of their country against Pakistan’s regular army and other security forces.

Certainly, fighting on various fronts at once against Pakistan Army, federalists, local agents, informers, death squads, drug dealers and religious extremists is difficult. But at every given moment, BLF fighters are sacrificing their lives and vigorously leading the Baloch national struggle on the principles of the organization towards the ultimate goal of freedom for Balochistan.

Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) is the embodiment of its martyrs and nation’s unaccounted sacrifices. God willing, the Baloch freedom struggle, with BLF’s principles and values will reach the destination.

The journey is certainly long and difficult, but the destination of this revolutionary war is independent Balochistan upon which depends the Baloch’s survival and their national identity.

BLF pays homage and offers tribute to Martyr Zahid and Martyr Hammal Baloch

Lieutenant Zahid, alias Murad of the Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) attained martyrdom on 25th April 2020 while fighting the Pakistani forces.

On 25 April 2020, Zahid and Hammal Baloch were shot dead by the operatives of Pakistani intelligence agencies. Martyr Zahid alias Murad was a network commander and held the rank of a Lieutenant in BLF. He was fighting against the enemy for twelve years from the platform of BLF for an independent Balochistan. Martyr Hammal Baloch alias Fazal Baloch was serving the movement through BLF’s platform for the last ten years.

Sepoy Hammal Baloch alias Fazal Baloch of the Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) attained martyrdom on 25th April 2020 while fighting the Pakistani forces.

BLF pays homage and offers tribute to the Martyrs of Paroom

On 25 April 2020, at around 3 AM, the Pakistani military and its death squads surrounded the Baloch freedom fighters in Yar Mohammad Bazar in Kallag Kaur area of district ​​Panjgur, Balochistan, where a battle began between the occupying army and BLF freedom fighters that went on for at least 12 hours. The next day, at around 1 PM, after the retreat of Pakistani ground forces their military’s combat helicopters began shelling and martyred four of our fighters. Major Noora, son of Sher Dil alias Peerak, Lieutenant Nawaz son of Haji Ghulam Hussain, Abdul Malik son of Haji Ghulam Hussain resident of Parom and Momin son of Muhammad Azeem resident of Buleda Salo were martyred in the assault. The occupying army was assisted in the clash by the local death squads. Several members of the Pakistan Army and death squad were killed and wounded during the clash.

Balochistan Liberation Front Spokesperson Major Gwahram Baloch released the report about BLF’s freedom fight during April 2020

During the month of April 2020, eight (8) attacks were carried out by the BLF on Pakistani forces. More than ten (10) Pakistani soldiers were killed and a dozen more injured were injured. Six (6) BLF fighters embraced martyrdom defending their motherland.

BLF freedom fighters attacked the camp of Pakistani military backed death squads and blew up a mobile network tower. They attacked and burnt two trucks loaded with mineral resources that were looted from occupied Balochistan. BLF freedom fighters also attacked the Gwadar National Airport.

Chronology of BLF attacks on Pakistani establishment in April 2020 across occupied Balochistan

3rd April  2020 – BLF attacked and burnt down two trucks loaded with chromite near Jahani Kaur in Wail Patt area of Bela district Kech, Balochistan.

7th April  2020 – BLF Snipers attacked Pakistani military check-post twice in Rodan area of Gawak, Mand district Kech, Balochistan and killed two Pakistan military personnel.

8th April  2020 – BLF Snipers attacked Pakistani military check-post in Mehi area of Mashkay, district Awaran, Balochistan and killed one Pakistan military personnel.

11th April  2020 – BLF attacked Pakistan military check-post with rocket launchers and automatic weapons in Gawak area of Mand, district Kech, Balochistan. Two military personnel were killed and two other were injured in this attack.

21st April  2020 – BLF Fired two 107 mm rockets on Gwadar National Airport in Gorandani area of district Gwadar. Both the rockets landed inside the airport due to which deaths of military personnel were reported and heavy causalities were inflicted within the construction site.

23rd April  2020 – BLF attacked Pakistani military check-post with  automatic weapons in Bagzo area of Mand, district Kech, Balochistan. Several military personnel were killed and injured in this attack.

30th April  2020 – BLF attacked Pakistani military check-post with  automatic weapons in Sheraz area of Mand, district Kech, Balochistan. Two military personnel were killed and one was injured in this attack.


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