Banned terrorist outfit BLF’s Ali Nawaz Rind killed

Minute Mirror - Subscribe
Minute Mirror - Subscribe

Nawaz Ali Rind, the commander of the banned terrorist organization Baloch Liberation Front (BLF), was found killed under mysterious circumstances in a neighboring country. Rind, a native of Awaran, had been a prominent member of the BLF since 2014.

Notably, Nawaz Ali Rind had been involved in numerous attacks on security forces in the past. His death marks another blow to the militant groups, which have witnessed internal conflicts and divisions following the arrest of Gulzar Imam Shambe. The Baloch separatist organizations’ coalition, BRAS, has suffered significant damage as a result.

These organizations are resorting to eliminating their own commanders due to the mounting pressure and encirclement they face. Just recently, Sarbakif Mohmand, a commander of Jamaat-ul-Ahrar, fell victim to similar circumstances.

Defense analyst Brigadier (Rtd) Waqar commented on the situation, stating that when Shambe was apprehended, he urged the youth to surrender. Internal divisions and leadership disputes are common when such organizations face a rupture.

Brigadier (Rtd) Haris Nawaz affirms the success of our counter-terrorism policy, expressing concerns that the net is closing in on the terrorists. They are now confronted with two choices: fighting to the death or surrendering and integrating into mainstream society.