Major Gwahram Baloch, spokesman for the Balochistan Liberation Front, said that yesterday on December 7, in Zamuran area of occupied Balochistan, BLF fighters and the occupying Pakistani army came face to face in the Dashtuk hills and a clash broke out which lasted for two hours.
Three BLF fighters were martyred and several enemy soldiers were killed and wounded in the clash. The BLF Fighters were on a routine patrol when the Pakistani army tried to surround them. In a fierce battle, the other comrades managed to break through the enemy’s siege and escaped safely.
Major Gwahram Baloch said that the martyrs include Mukhtar Baloch alias Ustad Noor, resident of Malikabad Kech, Aziz Baloch alias Chakar, resident of Malikabad, and Sajid Baloch alias Asmi, resident of Sari Gadgi Balgatar. We pay tribute to them for sacrificing their lives in the struggle against slavery and for the liberation of Balochistan. Their struggle and sacrifices are a beacon for us.
Mukhtar Baloch had been fighting for independence from the BLF platform for fifteen years. He was a major in rank at the time and a camp commander. He served in Mazanband Dasht, Mand, Tump, Bulaida and Zamuran. Sajid Baloch was a network commander and held the rank of Lieutenant. He has served in Balgatar, Bulaida and Zamuran. Aziz Baloch was associated with the BLF for seven years. He also wrote poetry under the stage name of Hayat Gull. He has served in Dasht, Tump, Nasirabad, Bulaida and Zamuran. He was a poet as well as a warrior. Thus, he also expressed national aspirations through his words and poetry and encouraged the nation and his colleagues.