Operation Ganjal completed in 72 hours after killing more than 195 enemy soldiers. BLA
Operation Ganjal completed in 72 hours after killing more than 195 enemy soldiers. BLA
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Operation Ganjal completed in 72 hours after killing more than 195 enemy soldiers. BLA

Baloch Liberation Army spokesman Jayand Baloch said in a statement issued in the media that

The Baloch Liberation Army launched Operation Ganjal on February 2, 2022 at 8 pm, which was successfully completed by the Majeed Brigade of the BLA after a long 72-hour battle, achieving all its objectives.

16 martyrs of Majeed Brigade took part in Operation Ganjal, out of which 9 martyrs were part of Noshki and 7 were part of Panjgur attack. The martyrs captured a total of two different enemy camps during the 72-hour battle, during which more than 195 soldiers, including three enemy officers, were killed, of whom more than 90 were killed in Nushki. The dead included about 55 FC personnel, 18 SSG commandos called from Quetta and 7 Five Light commandos, and a total of at least 105 personnel were killed in Panjgur, including 85 FC personnel, 20 Ss. SG commandos are included. A military drone was shot down, a helicopter was shot down and its crash could not be confirmed, two armored vehicles were destroyed and both camps were partially destroyed.

Operation Ganjal was named after the commander of the Baloch Liberation Army’s Kalat camp, “Commander Ganjal alias Comrade Mazar son of Lakha resident Lyari Karachi”. Commander Ganjal Majeed was a martyr of the brigade and was not only to be a part of the attacks in Noshki and Panjgur but was also the operational commander. Martyred during a long battle with the enemy.

The main objective of Operation Ganjal was to make it clear not only to the occupying Pakistan but also to the whole world how strong the Baloch movement is capable of carrying out attacks. Operation Ganjal is an expression of the extent to which Baloch youth today are capable of achieving independence. The Baloch independence movement is connected to its land and the source of strength of the movement is the Baloch people. All these martyrs were educated youth of Balochistan. All of them were born on this land and sacrificed their lives for the defense of the country while adhering to the philosophy of General Aslam Baloch. It should be understood that this movement cannot be stopped by changes in the neighboring countries, nor will it be affected by the propaganda of being declared a proxy of the enemy. We respect human life and do not take pleasure in killing anyone. If Pakistan wants peace instead of shedding rivers of blood, we invite Pakistan to negotiate in the presence of a credible international mediator. In which we are ready to discuss on the agenda of safe withdrawal of Pakistan Army from Balochistan and complete independence of Balochistan.

If the Pakistan Army is on the verge of bloodshed like this then we want to warn that our next attacks will be even more intense and we are fully capable of taking this war to any corner of Pakistan to defend our homeland. We also want to send a message to the people of Punjab that they should not allow their children to become the fuel of generals. Put pressure on your army to withdraw from Balochistan. Your army is engaged in Bangladesh-style Baloch genocide, rape and looting to maintain its hold here.

The BLA once again warns China to abandon its policies of plundering Balochistan’s resources and consolidating Pakistani occupation of Balochistan, otherwise its interests will be at stake.

Operation Ganjal was launched by Majid Brigade of Baloch Liberation Army on February 2 at 8 pm when two different units of the brigade attacked Noshki and Panjgur Frontier Corps headquarters simultaneously. The attack was launched by Fidai Marine Jamaldini alias Zagreen, a resident of Noshki, at the main gate of the Noshki headquarters. After which all the martyrs entered the camp under the leadership of Fidai Badal Baloch son of Ibrahim alias Hoshab. Among the martyrs are Aziz Zehri alias Barg son of Arif resident of Khuzdar, Anil Baloch alias Balach son of Isa resident of Dasht Turbat, Murad Ajo alias Baba son of Adam resident of Balgatar Panjgur, Yasir Noor alias Saif son of Haji Noorbakhsh resident of Alndor Blida Gachk resident, Didag Bihar alias Rauf son of Gangzar resident of Shapak Turbat, Bilal Baloch alias Wahid son of Dilmurad resident of Ketch Tijaban.

16 martyrs of Majeed Brigade took part in Operation Ganjal, out of which 9 martyrs were part of Noshki and 7 were part of Panjgur attack. The martyrs captured a total of two different enemy camps during the 72-hour battle, during which more than 195 soldiers, including three enemy officers, were killed, of whom more than 90 were killed in Nushki. The dead included about 55 FC personnel, 18 SSG commandos called from Quetta and 7 Five Light commandos, and a total of at least 105 personnel were killed in Panjgur, including 85 FC personnel, 20 Ss. SG commandos are included. A military drone was shot down, a helicopter was shot down and its crash could not be confirmed, two armored vehicles were destroyed and both camps were partially destroyed.

Operation Ganjal was named after the commander of the Baloch Liberation Army’s Kalat camp, “Commander Ganjal alias Comrade Mazar son of Lakha resident Lyari Karachi”. Commander Ganjal Majeed was a martyr of the brigade and was not only to be a part of the attacks in Noshki and Panjgur but was also the operational commander. Martyred during a long battle with the enemy.

The main objective of Operation Ganjal was to make it clear not only to the occupying Pakistan but also to the whole world how strong the Baloch movement is capable of carrying out attacks. Operation Ganjal is an expression of the extent to which Baloch youth today are capable of achieving independence. The Baloch independence movement is connected to its land and the source of strength of the movement is the Baloch people. All these martyrs were educated youth of Balochistan. All of them were born on this land and sacrificed their lives for the defense of the country while adhering to the philosophy of General Aslam Baloch. It should be understood that this movement cannot be stopped by changes in the neighboring countries, nor will it be affected by the propaganda of being declared a proxy of the enemy. We respect human life and do not take pleasure in killing anyone. If Pakistan wants peace instead of shedding rivers of blood, we invite Pakistan to negotiate in the presence of a credible international mediator.

We are ready to discuss the agenda of safe withdrawal of Pakistan Army from Balochistan and complete independence of Balochistan.

If the Pakistan Army is on the verge of bloodshed like this then we want to warn that our next attacks will be even more intense and we are fully capable of taking this war to any corner of Pakistan to defend our homeland. We also want to send a message to the people of Punjab that they should not allow their children to become the fuel of generals. Put pressure on your army to withdraw from Balochistan. Your army is engaged in Bangladesh-style Baloch genocide, rape and looting to maintain its hold here.

The BLA once again warns China to abandon its policies of plundering Balochistan’s resources and consolidating Pakistani occupation of Balochistan, otherwise its interests will be at stake.

Operation Ganjal was launched by Majid Brigade of Baloch Liberation Army on February 2 at 8 pm when two different units of the brigade attacked Noshki and Panjgur Frontier Corps headquarters simultaneously. The attack was launched by Fidai Marine Jamaldini alias Zagreen, a resident of Noshki, at the main gate of the Noshki headquarters. After which all the martyrs entered the camp under the leadership of Fidai Badal Baloch son of Ibrahim alias Hoshab. Among the martyrs are Aziz Zehri alias Barg son of Arif resident of Khuzdar, Anil Baloch alias Balach son of Isa resident of Dasht Turbat, Murad Ajo alias Baba son of Adam resident of Balgatar Panjgur, Yasir Noor alias Saif son of Haji Noorbakhsh resident of Alndor Blida Gachk resident, Didag Bihar alias Rauf son of Gangzar resident of Shapak Turbat, Bilal Baloch alias Wahid son of Dilmurad resident of Ketch Tijaban.

After killing all the security personnel of Majeed Brigade’s Fidayeen camp, they managed to reach the residential quarters and continued to fight the enemy for twenty hours. The militants killed more than 90 soldiers, including two army officers, and destroyed part of the camp. Dozens of personnel were also injured, and the increase in casualties is not unexpected.

Meanwhile, on February 2, at 8 pm, Majid Brigade’s Fidai Jamal Baloch alias Chacha son of Rehmatullah, a resident of Turbat, rammed his explosive-laden vehicle into the main gate of FC Camp Panjgur, destroying the front of the camp and providing security. All the military personnel were killed on the spot. After which unit commander Hamid Rahim alias Zubair son of Rahim Bakhsh resident of Chitkan Panjgur led by Fadaeen Sami Sameer alias Shoaib son of Ustad Elahi Bakhsh resident of Panjgur village, Elias Baloch alias Qadir son of Aslam resident of village Panjgur, Asad Wahg alias Sabzo son of Sadiq resident of Kalkor Imam alias Hamal son of Imam Sakana Prom, Zameer Baloch alias Faraz son of Muhammad Hassan resident of Dandar Hoshab entered the camp and killed most of the military personnel in the camp and the remaining enemy personnel fled the camp instead of fighting the martyrs.

The aim of the Panjgur unit was to gain control of the camp and keep it under its control for as long as possible. After the enemy fled, the martyrs took control of the entire camp. After which enemy SSG commandos, army and combat helicopters were called to liberate the camp from the control of the martyrs. During this time, SSG commandos carried out five major attacks on the Baloch martyrs with the help of combat helicopters and armored vehicles. The martyrs fought the enemy’s elite military units for 72 hours and defended the camp. After the failure of ground attacks, heavy shelling was carried out on the martyrs this afternoon by the combat helicopters, as a result of which the martyrs were martyred after a long resistance.

The Majeed Brigade of the Baloch Liberation Army had the full support of Brass’s allied parties in Operation Ganjal. This wide-ranging and severe attack is not only a reflection of the intensity with which the Baloch are capable of carrying out attacks, but also shows the importance and strength of unity in the Baloch resistance.

The BLA rejects the ISPR statement and calls it a package of lies. The Pakistani military is hiding its defeat and bodies for fear of international stigma and internal pressure.

These 16 martyrs of Majeed Brigade have made history by fighting the longest war in modern Baloch history with an army many times more powerful than themselves. Baloch Nation, History and Baloch Liberation Army will never forget these heroic martyrs. With this blood of the martyrs a new sun of Baloch resistance will rise, which will lead to the promise of Baloch national liberation.

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