BLF Activities Published by “Ashoob” from the statements of BLF spokesperson Gwahram Baloch issued in Electronic and Print Media.
During the month of April 2022, ten (10) attacks were carried out on Pakistani forces, its informants and construction company. More than twenty-seven (27) soldiers were killed and a dozen more injured. An informant was killed and one injured.
One BLF fighter embraced martyrdom defending the motherland.
Sarmachaars targeted a convoy of Pakistan Army with a remote-controlled bomb at Kannera area of Awaran. A vehicle was burnt by it and five army personnel on borad were killed and two injured.
Tribute to Sikandar Baloch for his martyrdom in defense of homeland: BLF
Major Gwahram Baloch, spokesman of Balochistan Liberation Front, while paying homage to Shaheed Sikandar Baloch, said that on April 1, 2022, Sarmachaar Captain Sikandar Baloch alias Shey Mureed resident of Gomazai was martyred in a battle with the Pakistani army. He was on a routine patrol from Talidar, a mountainous area of Mand, with another comrade when he came face to face with the occupying army, which led to a skirmish. During this time, enemy forces received air support and SSG commandos were deployed. Three SSG commandos were killed and several others were injured in the clash. Martyr Captain Sikandar Baloch’s companion Sarmachar escaped with minor injuries and reached a safe place.
Shaheed Sikandar has been a part of Baloch politics since his student life and since 2013 he has been associated with the Baloch national struggle for independence from the BLF platform. He was an educated young man. He was in charge of the camp in the absence of the commanders at the time. His ability, dedication and hard work are exemplary for his teammates.
The family of Shaheed Sikandar has made great sacrifices in the Baloch national liberation movement. His father, Chairman Dost Mohammad, was abducted by Military Intelligence (MI) on May 21, 2017, in Talaar, from a passenger bus, and his body was recovered from Dasht-e-Kanchati Cross on May 25, 2017. On February 15 of the same year, Tahir Baloch, the elder brother of Shaheed Sikandar, was shot dead by a death squad at Gomazai Hospital.
In Bazdad Kuli area of Awaran district, Sarmachaars laid a landmine on the way of a Pakistan Army convoy. In the evening, two soldiers providing picket security to the convoy were hit by the landmine and killed on the spot.
Ali Akbar, a Military Intelligence (MI) operative, was killed in Turbat. Ali Akbar is a resident of Singani Sar Turbat.
A remote-controlled bomb hit a Pakistani army patrol vehicle in the Cher Bazaar area of Gomazai. The vehicle was destroyed and three military personnel on board were killed and two seriously injured.
The security personnel of the border fences were targeted by sniper rifles. One army personnel was killed and another was injured in the attack.
Khalil, son of Mullah Abdul Haq, a State Death Squad operative in Jhaoo Tehsil, Awaran District, was injured in a landmine attack, planted by Sarmachaars.
Sarmachaars hurled a grenade at the checkpoint of the Pakistan Army’s main camp in Chitkan, Panjgur, which fell inside the checkpoint. One army personnel was killed and one injured.
Sarmachaars attacked the construction company in Sunnedi Mashkai. As a result, bulldozer and machinery were damaged. Security of the construction has been handed over to the state-backed religious extremist organization Mussalah Difa.
In the night between April 21 and 22, in Gachak Kahn area of Panjgur district of Balochistan, Sarmachaars attacked and killed a Pakistani army major and a soldier with rockets and heavy weapons. A team coming for the support of the army, was ambushed by Sarmachaars 10 km from the scene of the attack, in which 16 personnel on eight motorcycles were on board. Eight personnel were killed on the spot while several others were injured.
In Mulad Shiraz area of Mand, two check posts set up for security of border fences were targeted by snipers and heavy weapons, killing two soldiers and injuring two others.