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BLA claims responsibility for bombing a police van in Quetta

Source: Social Media

Baloch Liberation Army sarmachars targeted a police van in a grenade attack on Spini Road in Quetta. At least three policemen were injured in the attack.

The BLA has repeatedly warned the Baloch-majority forces such as the police and Levies in Balochistan, to refrain from obstructing the Baloch independence movement at the behest of the occupier Pakistan and its army, but some black sheep in aforementioned institutions are involved in spying on sarmachars, raiding on innocent Baloch, arrests, etc. This attack is a warning to those forces; if their anti-national activities didn’t stop, the attacks will be intensified.

Today, on the occasion of Baloch Martyrs' Day, November 13, the Baloch Liberation Army wants to send a message to the nation that the struggle for  the liberation of Baloch nation which has been going on for the last two decades is due to the great sacrifices of the Baloch martyrs. 

The martyrs of the Baloch homeland may appear to belong to different regions, tribes, educational backgrounds, economic backgrounds or parties of Balochistan, but the aim of all these sacrifices was to attain the complete independence of their motherland Balochistan and the construction of a new bright future for next generations.

While this is a day to commemorate the benefactors of generations by keeping all these known and unknown Baloch martyrs alive in our memories, it is also a day to realise that the enemy is killing Balochs without any distinction of party, colour, region, tribe, sex and age. The one who is killing is not discriminating between us thus, those who are dying should also unite to defend their motherland by eliminating all the divisions among them.

The Baloch Liberation Army pays tribute to all those known and unknown martyrs who sacrificed their lives for Baloch soil and BLA reiterates its commitment that it will never let the sacrifices of these martyrs go in vain. The war for independence will continue till the victory.

We appeal to Baloch nation to organise events in all corners of the world, including Balochistan, to remember and pay homage to our martyrs, to display pictures, to light candles and to spread the philosophy of martyrs everywhere.

Jeeyand Baloch, spokesman for the Baloch Liberation Army
Dated: November 13, 2020

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