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Pakistan: BLA says it set on fire Chinese telecommunication companies, capture six members
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Pakistan: BLA says it set on fire Chinese telecommunication companies, capture six members

| @indiablooms | 04 Jul 2021, 05:50 pm

Islamabad:  The Baloch Liberation Army (BLA)  has said its members have said its members have set on fire the installations of Chinese telecommunication companies at Margat’s Chokhobi Wadh area of Quetta region of Pakistan's Balochistan province recently.

The BLA said its fighters capture six of the members belonging to the company.

In an official statement, the spokesperson of the pro-freedom resistance organisation – Azad Baloch – have named the captured workers as Gul Shah Khan, Abdul Aadi and Mehraj residents of Quetta, Zhob and Qila Saifullah respectively, and Muhammad Yusuf, resident of Quetta, Amanat Ali, resident of Gujrat, Punjab, Rehmatullah, resident of Qila Saifullah, repoprts ANI.

He said three people were released on the same day.

However, the other three have been kept in the custody  of BLA.

“Our organization has decided that if the United Nations or other international organizations, including representatives of the Red Cross in Geneva, act as guarantors for the release of the detained workers and assure us that they will not re-engage in such ‘exploitative project’ and spy networks of Pakistan army then they will be released,” Azad Baloch Baloch was quoted as saying by ANI.

The organisation has given the UN and other international bodies 10 days period to respond to their demand. ‘Otherwise, the arrested men will be presented before the Baloch National Court for non-compliance,’ BLA spokesperson said further.

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