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34 militants killed in Balochistan

by Mohsin Ali

 April 9, 2016



SOURCE: Facebook

Key commander of a banned outfit among the dead, minister says

Islamabad: Pakistani security forces on Saturday killed 34 suspected terrorists in an operation in Kalat district of insurgency-plagued southwestern Balochistan province, the provincial government said.

Balochistan’s Home Minister Mir Sarfraz Bugti told a news conference in the provincial capital, Quetta, that the dead included a key commander of a banned outfit, Abdul Nabi Bangulzai.

He said the operation started two days ago on an intelligence tipoff about the presence of anti-state elements in the area.

The ministers said the militants eliminated in the operation were involved in an attack last year in the province’s Mastung in which 20 bus passengers were killed.

He said a huge cache of arms and ammunition, gold plates, cash and computers were recovered in the Kalat operation.

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  1. Baloch Council of North America (BCNA) strongly condemn the ongoing military operation in Balochistan.


    WASHINGTON, D.C: Baloch Council of North America (BCNA) strongly condemn the ongoing military operation in Balochistan and ask the rulers to end their military campaign in Balochistan as it will not help to solve the problem or produce any positive results but will aggravate the situation and will invite more international meddling and intervention in Balochistan. Instead, the confidence and trust building measures should be put in place for a peaceful long lasting political solution of Balochistan's decades old conflict within the federation.


    Balochistan's problem is a political one and should be addressed as such. There is no military solution to any conflict but negotiations, dialogue, mutual respect and understanding and accommodations are are the ONLY way out.


    We ask the rulers in Islamabad to address the genuine demands and reservations of Baloch citizens without any further delay.


    BCNA also asks all Baloch militants to declare a unilateral cease fire, lay down their arms, shun the path of violence and militancy and join hands with the democratic forces to secure the Baloch genuine rights through peaceful and non-violent means of struggle.


    Balochs are patriotic Pakistani and they must work for the betterment of their country and not be misguided by few paid Indian agents who themselves are enjoying luxury life in Europe but want the ordinary Baloch to fight their dirty war of business. Balochistan needs peace not war and violence.


    Those who incite violence and support terrorism in Balochistan are not friend of Baloch people but are the real enemies. They must be denounced and rejected.

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