Quetta: The Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) today said it killed 32 Pakistani soldiers and wounded dozens of others in 12 deadly attacks on Pakistani Army and its informers in Balochistan in the month of January.
The details of the operations of the BLF freedom fighters against the Pakistani Army and other forces were given by the outfit’s spokesman Major Gwahram Baloch in a monthly report.
“In January, BLF ‘Sarmachaars’ (fighters) carried out 12 deadly attacks on the Pakistani army, its informants and facilitators, killing more than 32 Pakistani soldiers and wounding dozens,” he said.
Two Pakistani army informants were also killed in the attacks, the spokesman said.
The biggest attack was carried out on January 25 in Sibdan, where the BLF fighters “defeated the enemy and killed 17 of its personnel and confiscated all their weapons and other military equipment and set fire to their camp,” Baloch said.
Mumtaz Baloch alias Balach, a BLF fighter, was martyred while fighting the occupying forces in the battle of Sibdan, he recalled.
“Those elements in the guise of Balochism, who are involved in supporting and informing the Pakistani army as well as other anti-independence activities, should refrain from their anti-national activities,” the BLF spokesperson warned.
He said such elements, instead of strengthening the shackles of slavery and supporting the enemy, should do their part so that future generations will not be ashamed of them.
Major Baloch said the freedom fighters have frightened the enemy forces by inflicting successive defeats on them and their morale is falling sharply.
“The trend of committing suicide and desertion is growing among the (Pakistani) military personnel,” he said.
“It has become inevitable for the Baloch nation to unite and struggle in this war of Independence, so that a new bright day may dawn with the blood of the martyrs and the sacrifices of the nation and comrades,” the BLF spokesperson said.
Attacks on the occupying Pakistani forces will continue till the independence of occupied Balochistan, Major Baloch declared.
He appealed to the people to stay away from military installations, outposts and caravans as the Sarmachars could target the enemy at any time and place.