The freedom struggle in Pakistan Occupied Balochistan is in full swing. Things are increasingly heating up. On Wednesday, the Baloch freedom fighters had yet another major victory against their occupiers. This time around, six soldiers of the Pakistani army were killed in the Ziarat district.
Unconfirmed reports claim that 6 soldiers of the Pakistan Army have been killed by Baloch Freedom Fighters in Distt. Ziarat, Pakistan Occupied Balochistan. Final confirmation awaited.
— Major Gaurav Arya (Retd) (@majorgauravarya) March 21, 2019
According to a report in Dawn, the armed freedom fighters attacked a check post in Ziarat’s Sanjavi area on Wednesday morning. All the levies personnel deployed at the check post were killed by the freedom fighters. The freedom fighters carried out this operation successfully, managing to escape the area without any casualty or any injuries on their end. One might even describe this attack as another surgical strike on Pakistan.
Pakistan has launched an investigation into the attack. But the fact of the matter is that it is a straightforward attack by freedom fighters on an occupying force, and that such attacks will only increase in the time to come. They will continue to occur until Pakistan gives up its illegal occupation of Balochistan, and the Baloch population is allowed to have its own country just as it used to.
The freedom movement is in full swing. Over the last few weeks, the freedom fighters conducted several attacks on the occupying military, and on other strategic assets belonging to Pakistan. Pakistan has suffered serious casualties. The attacks have left many soldiers dead or injured. Less than two weeks back, an organisation of Baloch freedom fighters called Balochistan Liberation Tigers, caused a huge explosion by blowing up an important gas pipeline passing in the region. Four security men were also killed. Previously, a few days after Pakistan backed terrorists attacked security forces in India and Iran, a suicide bomber killed at least 9 people and injured 11 in Quetta, Balochistan. On February 17th, an attack took place on the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) route between Panjgur and Turbat city. An organization named Baloch Raji Ajoi Sangar (BRAS) has taken the responsibility for the attack. BRAS is an alliance of three organizations (Baloch Liberation Army, Balochistan Liberation Front and Baloch Republican Guard) fighting for the freedom of Balochistan.
How long Pakistan’s forced occupation of the region continues, remains to be seen. Under the Pakistanis, the region has undergone widespread human right violations. Moreover, this region which is rich in natural resources, has undergone massive exploitation and plunder at the hands of its occupiers.
Meanwhile, Pakistan itself is collapsing. After India withdrew the MFN status, diverted water flowing into Pakistan, and orchestrated a massive blockade, reports suggest that inflation in Pakistan is at an all time high. Pakistan is facing an acute shortage of tomatoes among other things. Tomatoes are being highlighted because they are an essential component of Pakistani food. The price for the vegetable has touched a staggering 360 rupees per kilogram.
#NewsFlash Tomato prices at all time high, 360 Rupees/KG at Rawalpindi Sabji mandi – Sources
— INA News ? (@INA_Pakistan) March 18, 2019
Meanwhile in India, people are enjoying their Holi celebration using tomatoes.
— ANI (@ANI) March 21, 2019
We at tfipost.com would like to wish our brothers across the border, especially in Pakistan Occupied Balochistan, a very happy Holi. Holi symbolizes the victory of good over evil. The freedom fighters of Balochistan are burning their Holika every day, one check post or one gas pipeline at a time.