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Pakistan’s former Interior Minister, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, talking to the press, ruled out the presence of ISIS militants in Pakistan. In June 2017 Balochistan Home Minister Sarfaraz Bugti told the media, “ISIS has no existence in Balochistan.” These are all lies. ISIS, not only does exist but the Islamist terror organization has training camps throughout Balochistan and runs death squads under the patronage of the Pakistan Army.
Abdul Majeed Bizenjo, a former Member of Provincial Assemble (MPA) Balochistan (1988-1990) is leading ISIS in Awaran. He was nominated by Islami Jamhoori Ittehad (IJI) from district Khuzdar (PB-32 Khuzdar-III) to the Provincial Assemble of Balochistan. His son Jameel Bizenjo handles the day-to-day terror operations of the Islamic State under his father’s supervision. Both, father and son are affiliated with, and take instructions from Shafeeq Mengal who heads the entire ISIS network in Balochistan.
Before India’s independence and Pakistan’s creation, on 11 August 1947, Balochistan got independence. But it lasted only nine months as Pakistan occupied Balochistan on 27 March 1948. Since then, Balochistan has been fighting for its independence and for more than two decades one person–Dr Allah Nazar Baloch has been fighting tooth and nail against the Pakistani Army.
In an exclusive interview, Baloch Liberation Front (BLF) leader Dr Allah Nazar Baloch speaks with Mark Kinra about his journey in the field of politics, torture in Pakistani dungeons, the newly created BRAS group, the Iran connection, Barrick Gold, Baloch expectations from India and much more.Continue reading
Shaheed Sikandar Baloch
7 Oct 1992 – 1 April 2022
Lullabies sung by the mothers to her children are not only the first words that build the character of that child but also provide basis of the culture for that nation.
On a stormy night of 07 October 1992 a child was born in Gomazi, a faraway small village of district Kech, Balochistan. The proud father Dost Mohammed named his son Sikandar. This child grew up in the house of a social and political activist in Tump tehsil. His father was popularly known as Chairman Dost Mohammed because he was once elected as the Chairman of Union Council Gomazi, he was affiliated with Pakistan National Party (PNP) a close confidant of Mir Ghaus Bakhsh Bizenjo.Continue reading