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28/01/2010

Great Baloch resistance leader martyred in road accident

Quetta: BalochWarna has just received the sad news of the untimely bereavement of one the great Baloch resistance leaders, Mir Amir Bux Langove Baloch. BalochWarna sources from Balochistan has reported that the Sarmachaar (Freedom Fighter) has received martyrdom during an accident in early hours of Thursday morning (28/01/2010), hence adding another name in the golden pages of the book of Baloch martyrs of liberation struggle.

Mir Amir Bux Baloch was brother of Shaheed Majeed Baloch and was a lawyer by profession. He had been with the Baloch liberation seeking forces since his young age and had always struggled to defend Baloch land and Baloch people against the occupation forces. Baloch Nation, especially Baloch youth will always remember him as one of the greatest patriot Baloch resistance leaders. His lose is irreplaceable but his name lives on throughout the history of Baloch Nation and he will always been remembered as one of the patriot and loyal sons of motherland (Balochistan).

News Source: Baloch Warna

27/01/2010

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26/01/2010

4 people including a top police official wounded in Jafarabad blast

Dera Aallah Yar – A roadside bomb injured a senior police chief and three other people Tuesday in Pakistan’s south-western province of Balochistan, police said.

Fareed Shah, chief of the Jaffarabad district, was en route to his office in his police car when the explosion occurred in the Dera Allah Yar area.

‘The bomb was planted on a motorbike and triggered through a remote control,’ local police officer Abdul Latif Bajwa said.

Shah received minor injuries in the explosion, which also wounded one of his security guards and two pedestrians.

No group immediately claimed responsibility for the attack.

Baloch nationalist rebels have been waging a low-key insurgency for years, seeking greater provincial autonomy and a higher share of the profits from natural resources tapped in the region.

The insurgents have targeted several government officials and people from other ethnic communities in recent months.

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25/01/2010

Blast in Panjgur kills eight security personals, BLF claimed responsibility

QUETTA: One security personnel member has been killed and six others injured after a remote controlled bomb exploded in the Panjgur district of Balochistan.

The District Police Officer of Panjgur, Jamil Ahmed, told DawnNews that the blast occurred after a road side bomb went off near a security forces vehicle.

He said that the injured were immediately rushed to the hospital after the incident.

Two of the injured were security personnel members. An investigation into the explosion is underway.

Meanwhile the spokesman of BLF (Baloch Liberation Front) has phoned the NNI and informed the news agency that fighter from BLF has blown up the FC vehicle in Panjgur. He claimed that Eight (8) security personal were killed in this attack.

Further more he said that few days back members of his Organisation have killed a spy named Shahzad in Mand town. He claimed the responsibility for the attack on security forces vehicle and the killing of the spy. He also alleged that after the attack FC has started indiscriminate fire on unarmed civilians which resulted injuries to at least four people. He said that BLF along with other resistance Organisations (freedom seeking Organisations) will continue their struggle till Independence of Balochistan.

25/01/2010

BSO president to sit on strike against FC occupation of Degree College

QUETTA, Jan 24: President Baloch Student Organization BSO (Azad) Shaal, Shah Zaib Baloch has announced to organize a rally and stage a sit-in on Feb 2, against deployment of Frontier Corps (FC) in Government  Degree College Quetta.

He made this announcement while addressing a press conference, in Quetta Press Club flanked by other officer bearer’s of BSO here on Sunday.

He alleged that dozens of activists of BSO and students had been allegedly picked up by security forces including Zakir Majeed, Sami Baloch, Mushtaq Baloch, Naseer Baloch, Doctor Din Muhammad and others.

“A large number of Baloch political workers have been detained in torture cells, established in Degree College”, he alleged.

Shah Zaib alleged that more than four thousand students were getting education in the college but for the last six months security forces have occupied college.

He said that presence of security forces in the college was badly affecting the education of students while teachers were also being maltreated by security forces.

He claimed that they had learnt that over two hundred Balochs have been confined in the torture cells of Degree College and demanded of humanitarian organizations for taking immediate notice of it.

Responding to a question, he said that organizing rally and staging a sit-in at in front of college was aimed at to get the attention of high ups towards alleged excesses of security forces.

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