In a meticulously planned operation, the Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) launched a series of coordinated assaults on multiple locations, including a Army camp in Mashkay, delivering significant blows to the Pakistan Army.
On the night of October 24, four distinct factions of Baloch freedom fighters united to execute a series of strategic attacks. These well-organized offensives took aim at various Army targets, encompassing a Army camp in Nali, Rindak Nokjo, another Army camp in Pagar, and checkpoints in Miani Kalat. The BLF fighters were armed with modern weaponry, and a team of proficient snipers played a pivotal role in the operation.
The attacks occured between 7 pm and 9 pm, inflicting substantial damage on the Pakistan Army’s presence in Mashkay. Rockets and grenades were unleashed upon the Army’s camp in Nali from multiple directions, resulting in casualties and material losses. The relentless assault continued as heavy machine guns opened fire on the targeted site.
Series of strategic BLF attacks
In Rindan Kojho, a significant Pakistan Army camp became the focal point of the attack, as advanced weaponry was employed to disrupt the enemy’s operations. Simultaneously, an assault was initiated on a Pakistan Army checkpoint in Pegor. Meanwhile, the BLF sniper team demonstrated remarkable precision by engaging the Pakistan Army with sniper fire in Miani Kalat.
These synchronized attacks underscore the BLF’s strategic readiness to confront the enemy on various fronts simultaneously. Despite the Pakistan Army’s military might, their hold on Balochistan remains tenuous. With steadfast support from the Baloch nation, the BLF is resolute in its mission to oust the Pakistan Army from Baloch territory, making it increasingly inhospitable for the occupying forces.
For decades, BLA has carried on an armed struggle against the Pakistan Army and ‘establishment’, as they have illegally occupied Balochistan. Since 27 March 1948, Pakistan Army has been oppressing Baloch through daily home raids, disappearances, staged encounters, target killings, torture, humiliation at checkpoints, and kidnappings for ransom. The Pakistan Army is targeting and monitoring Baloch people, and anyone who has a potential to raise questions is either killed or abducted.