Baluchistan Liberation Army Calls its First Female Suicide Bomber 'a Martyr'
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Baluchistan Liberation Army said it was their first-ever female suicide bomber
A woman with having master’s degree in zoology was enrolled in another postgraduate programme at the University of Karachi, instantly disappearing in a ball of flame that ripped through a minibus.
The woman was told to be the apostle of the Baluchistan Liberation Army (BLA), a banned group now fighting for the independence of its province which is captured by Pakistan forces.
Just after the blast, BLA has taken responsibility for the attack and told this was the first operation conducted by any woman. A mail sent by the militant group to AL Jazeera, said “The mission was carried out by the first female fidayeen of the Brigade.
The email added “Targeting director and officials of Confucious institute, the symbol of Chinese economic, cultural and political expansionism, was t0o give a clear message to China that its direct or indirect presence in Baluchistan will not be tolerated,” said BLA.
The militant organisation of Baluchistan has warned Pakistan’s Government to immediately stop all the operations and projects they are carrying out with China near the Baluchistan province of Pakistan. They also told about the first attack blasted near the campus of the university in which three Chinese Teaching Officials were killed. The organisation has trained the number of such suicide bombers and it warned they use them in the future if Pakistan will not stop collaborating with China in its project terms of development near Baluchistan Province in Pakistan.
Baluchistan is a victimized country by Pakistan’s cruelty and forced confiscation of Baluchistan’s international boundary.
The country has warned Pakistan and china several times about the current development both the countries are making near the international boundary of Baluchistan but the arrogant country didn’t pay attention to the poor country.
Every country knows how to defend its boundaries so Baluchistan is moving towards achieving its independence from Pakistan and China’s development.
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