The Baloch Liberation Army is a separatist militant group based in Balochistan, a mountainous region of Pakistan. The BLA became publicly known during the summer of 2000, after it claimed credit for a series of bombings and attacks on Pakistani authorities, security personnel, civilians and journalists.VideoVideo: 2013 Baloch Liberation Army - IED Attacks on Pakistani troops near peer Ismaeel Marget: 4 personnel were killed 3 badly injured; Rescue troops were also attacked by Sarmachars of BLA killing many soldiers and capturing ammunition and a video made by Pakistani troops of their casualties.
Baloch Liberation Army (BLA)
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