The situation has reached a pass where the establishment desiring to weaken the Baloch struggle doesn’t hesitate to use measures bordering on genocide
The injustices have forced the Baloch to fight for not only for their rights but for their survival too. The establishment has unleashed a dirty war against on the pattern of Latin American dirty wars’ of 60s and 70s. The repressive establishment and its dirty war has left the Baloch no option except to fight for their freedom and this has resulted in the insurgencies or freedom struggles since March 27th 1948. The present phase is the most intense and most crucial of all. The situation has reached a pass where the establishment desiring to weaken the Baloch struggle doesn’t hesitate to use measures bordering on genocide; during the recent earthquake in Awaran they refused international aid with ill-will of punishing people of Awaran for opposing the establishment and supporting Dr. Allah Nazar in his valiant struggle for freedom of Baloch. The death toll in the systematic dirty war exceeds 700 in the last three years and thousands are missing. The Supreme Court (SC) pays lip service to the recovery of missing persons; not a single person has been indicted though the SC has often admitted that the Frontier Corps and intelligence agencies are directly involved. All this has led to resistance by Baloch which is commonly termed as insurgency.