The Stunning Investigative Story on the Birth of Balochistan Liberation Army – II

Insurgent in action:  A basic insurgent gets around US $200 per month, a small fortune for anyone who never has a hope of landing any decent government job in their home towns. The section leaders get upward of US $300 and there are special bonuses for executing a task successfully. Although no exact amount of reward could be ascertained for specific tasks, one can assume that it must be substantial because some BLA activists have lately built new houses in Dalbandin, Naushki, Kohlu, Sibi, Khuzdar and Dera Bugti. Also, quite a few young Baloch activists have recently acquired new, flashy SUVs.



By Tariq Saeedi in Ashgabat, Sergi Pyatakov in Moscow, Ali Nasimzadeh in Zahidan, Qasim Jan in Kandahar and SM Kasi in Quetta



In Kohlu they met with some Baloch youth and one American stayed in Kohlu while two Indians and one American went to Dera Bugti and returned after a few days. They spent the next couple of weeks in intense consultations with some Baloch activists and their mentors and then the work started for setting up a camp.

“Balach was one of our good boys and even though I don’t know who the present operators are, it can be said safely that Kohlu must have been picked as the first base because of Balach,” said Misha.

Balach Marri was the son of Nawab Khair Baksh Marri and he qualified as an electronic engineer from Moscow. As was customary during those times, Baloch students in Russia were cultivated actively and lavishly by the KGB. Balach was one of their success stories.

Because of intimate connections with India and Russia, it was no surprise that Balach Marri was picked as the new head of the revived BLA. The mountains between Kohlu and Kahan belong to the Marris.


The first camp had some 30 youth and initial classes comprised mainly of indoctrination lectures. The main subjects were:

  • Balochis’ right of independence,
  • The Concept of Greater Balochistan,
  • Sabotage as a tool for political struggle,
  • Tyranny of Punjab and plight of oppressed nations, and
  • Media-friendly methods of mass protest.

“Manuals, guidelines and even lecture plans were available in the Kometit [KGB] archives. Except for media interaction, they virtually followed the old plans,” told Sasha.

As was logical, the small arms and sabotage training soon entered the syllabus. First shipment of arms and ammunition was received from Afghanistan but as the number of camps grew, new supply routes were opened from India.


Kishangarh is a small Indian town, barely five kilometers from Pakistani border where the provinces of Punjab and Sindh meet. There is a supply depot and a training center there that maintains contacts with militant training camps in Pakistan, including Balochistan.

There is also a logistics support depot near Shahgarh, about 90 kilometers from Kishangarh, that serves as launching pad for the Indian supplies and experts.

These were unimportant stations in the past but they have gained increasing importance since January 2002 when Balochistan became the hub of a new wave of foreign activity.

The method of transfer from India to Balochistan is simple. Arms and equipment such as Kalashnikov, heavy machine guns, small AA guns, RPGs, mortars, land mines, ammunition and communication equipment are transferred from Kishangarh and Shahgarh to Pakistani side on camel backs and then they are shifted to goods trucks, with some legitimate cargo on top and the whole load is covered by tarpaulin sheets. Arms and equipment are, as a rule, boxed in CKD or SKD form.

The trucks have to travel only 140 or 180 kilometers to reach Sui and a little more to reach Kohlu, a distance that can be covered in a few hours only. This is most convenient route because transferring anything from Afghanistan to these areas demands much sturdy vehicles that must cover longer distance over difficult terrain.

The small arms and light equipment are mostly of Russian origin because they are easily available, cheap, and difficult to trace back to any single source.

This route is also handy for sabotaging the Pakistani gas pipelines because the two main arteries of Sui pipe – Sui-Kashmore-Uch-Multan and Sui-Sukkur – are passing, at some points, less than 45 kilometers from the Indian border. Whoever planned these camps and the subsequent insurgency, had to obtain initial help in recruitment and infrastructure from Indian RAW.

[Right: Agents from India’s foreign intelligence agency have been working in the Federally Administered Tribal Area’s (FATA) as well as in Balochistan province of Pakistan. RAW officials in the guise of diplomats and embassy officials based at different consulates in Afghanistan are active in attempts to destabilise the region].


When we first started the BLA thing, it was logical to ask for RAW assistance because they have several thousands of ground contacts in Pakistan, many of them in Balochistan,” said Sasha.

“Anyone wanting to set shop in Pakistan needs to lean on RAW,” added Misha. The number of camps increased with time and now there is a big triangle of instability in Balochistan that has some 45 to 55 training camps, with each camp accommodating from 300 to 550 militants.

A massive amount of cash is flowing into these camps. American defence contractors – a generic term applicable to Pentagon operatives in civvies, CIA foot soldiers, instigators in double-disguise, fortune hunters, rehired ex-soldiers and free lancers – are reportedly playing a big part in shifting loads of money from Afghanistan to Balochistan. The Americans are invariably accompanied by their Afghan guides and interpreters.

Pay structure of militants is fairly defined by now. The ordinary recruits and basic insurgents get around US $200 per month, a small fortune for anyone who never has a hope of landing any decent government job in their home towns. The section leaders get upward of US $300 and there are special bonuses for executing a task successfully.

Although no exact amount of reward could be ascertained for specific tasks, one can assume that it must be substantial because some BLA activists have lately built new houses in Dalbandin, Naushki, Kohlu, Sibi, Khuzdar and Dera Bugti. Also, quite a few young Baloch activists have recently acquired new, flashy SUVs.

Oddly enough, there is also an unusual indicator for measuring the newfound wealth of some Baloch activists. In the marriage ceremonies the dancing troupes of eunuchs and cross-dressers are raking in much heavier shower of currency notes than before.

Based on the geographic spread of training camps, one can say that there is a triangle of extreme instability in Balochistan. This triangle can be drawn on the map by taking Barkhan, Bibi Nani (Sibi) and Kashmore as three cardinal points.

Next: The Stunning Investigative Story on the Birth of Balochistan Liberation Army – III


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20 replies to “The Stunning Investigative Story on the Birth of Balochistan Liberation Army – II

  1. @ Bohair, Am surprised to see such posts on this blog when its editor claims to be a supporter of Indo-Pak friendship.

  2. Saturday, July 11, 2009
    Princely State Baluchistan – a myth or reality?
    Was Baluchistan ever a sovereign state?
    Recently Nasim Zehra talked to students in Baluchistan, carried on TV and Najam Sethi spoke to Haer Bakhsh Marri in London. I was shocked to listen to constructed history to which neither Nasim Zehra nor Najam Sethi could counter convincingly. I was obliged to do some research whose findings are as follows:

    Who is a Baloch Prince and where are they?
    They (Baloch Princes) are no where to be found in the list of Princely States like Hyderabad, Mysore, Gwalior or Kashmir etc. If they were catergorised as British India they would not be in Princely States category. You could be in either not in both. I have searched many books now. Baluchistan has always been included in the British India although a Muslim majority one. I fail to understand how this story of a princely state came about. Political Agencies were not Princely States. I full list is available at the end of this article.

    Did they have their own currency, postal and railway system?
    Princely States like Hyderabad for instance had 21 gun salute, had its own currency, own postal system, own railways besides all the other institutions of State like Legislature, Executive and the Judiciary with all pillars and institutions well defined and highly developed. Nizam enjoyed the title of HEH His Exalted Highness. Except Foreign Affairs The Nizam VII of Hyderabad controlled every thing. From the British It had a resident like viceroy. In contrast Baluchistan was run by petty Commissioners, not even Governors. Did Buluchistan have any thing close? No. Even in Kashmir, a princely state, there was Hari Singh a prince and in Mysore Maharaja of Mysore enjoyed similar privileges. See the list of commissioners given at the bottom who ruled Baluchistan.

    Independence of India Act:
    Of the 400 or more Princely States only the big Princely States had an option to either join India or Pakistan or remain independent as per Independence of India Act. India just crushed all. Invaded Hyderabad against the wishes of its people and the ruler, with 27 Division from all sides having earlier blockaded a land land locked country illegally for an year. In Pakistan, the genuinely Princely States joined Pakistan and the rest of the area was automatically amalgamated with Pakistan and the Sardars fell in line. Pray tell me how Sardars can become princes?

    Badly informed media is hurting Pakistan interests and dividing people…
    Media is giving undue vent to their supposed grievances and giving an un-necessary platform to a secessionist idea. Media is playing to the gallery for small gains and at the expense of national interests. Petty sardars were not princes. There is no way British would allow 400 countries in The Sub-Continent. In the entire struggle for independence no where do you find mention of regions demanding independence. It was just the two nation theory that was the issue. There was not a mention of a region. It was not a struggle for Punjab, Sindh, Baluchistan or Pakhtunisatan. It was purely Hindu and Muslim issue and hence the struggle. Any thing else is figment of imagination. Some even made comparison with Nepal it is just not true. This is not fact but fiction.

    Bad policies, governance and the callous Punjabi domination…
    Unfortunately it is just weak and poor governance and bad policies subsequently that have turned things sour and so sour. Punjab being the most populous State and rather callous in their approach occupied all military and government positions all over the country. And that was also one of the reasons of East Pakistan becoming Bangla Desh. Punjab indeed should have cared for the aspirations and sentiments of other provinces and restrained instead of riding rough shod over the rights of people of other provinces. Not only Baluchistan but all provinces resent Punjabi overwhelming presence and dominance in Government and armed forces.

    Resentment against Punjabi domination should not be aimed at Pakistan…
    But let not your resentment against Punjab be a resentment against the State of Pakistan. Pakistan belongs to you and me alike although all of us may be ethnically a little different from each other. But that is OK. Don’t forget we are all Muslims and only on this basis we got independence from The Brits and nothing else. It was The Two Nation Theory that made Pakistan and gave us independence otherwise we would still be under British Rule.

    How will you stop Osmosis? Bring back the Baloch Diaspora to Baluchistan…
    But let us not forget that Baluchistan has more land and less people. The osmosis is going to take place. Liquid from higher pressure will move to areas of lesser pressure. That is natural. It has happened every where. You cannot stop it. You cannot fight it by guns. It is not good for the State and the people of Baluchistan. There are ways to ensure Baluchi population is protected. Give them eduction, protection in jobs and businesses. Have genuine development in Baluchistan so that The Baloch Diaspora comes back to Baluchistan, invests there and settles down in their own home. Nothing else is going to work. Do something for the people of Baluchistan not for Sardars who have exploited the Balochs no ends already.

    Baluchistan is a virgin territory, can be turned into the most prosperous area in the region…
    Baluchistan and hence the Balochs are blessed with immense natural resources. But all of it is deep under ground or high up. There is enormous water barely a few feet beneath that can turn the entire Baluchistan green. You can grow any crop imaginable. It will become the Banana basket to the world for example. All it needs is vision, investment and hard labor. It is all available. The State has to just give law and order by all means. The benefits will accrue to the common Baloch. The Sardars will also benefit. Industrialization will follow.

    The Solar irradiation is so good that if properly exploited it can give power to the entire country and may even export it to Afghanistan, India and Iran. There will be no power crunch. I am not yet talking of the minerals and oil deep down. Lets keep it for future generations. Baluchistan will be the envy of the world. It will be an example for the world to follow.

    Who has kept the Balochs behind? Let a Baloch be free and then see what he does…
    The Sardars with their disdain for education and development have created this situation so that people do not go after them for their tyranny and expose their rule that has kept education and development away from the people of Baluchistan. People want development but Sardars don’ want it.They want the status quo and backwardness. They want their own lordship to continue at any cost while they keep people uneducated and send their own children abroad for education and also live off this land in foreign countries. Media is committing a grave mistake. Nasim Zehra was even conceding “ziyadathi huwi” meaning deprivation has taken place. Not correct. “Kya ziyadathi huwi?” agar kuch huwi tho unke sardaron se. (deprivation if it all was meted out to Balochs by the sardars not the Government of Pakistan) she should have made that plain.

    No more Sardar and no more slaves please… Limit ownership of land to let more people enjoy land not few…
    No body in Pakistan is against Baloch but could be against The Sardars who are arousing anti-Pakistan sentiments for their own narrow ends. In any other country they would be tried under Disaffection Law or even Treason. We cannot have the Sardar and Slave situation in Baluchistan any more. One has thousands of acres of land and the other none. Let there be social justice. Let more people enjoy the resources of the country not a chosen few. High time we brought in land ceiling and limited land ownership to not more than 56 acres per head and 14 acres under canal, as they did in India in 1951. We want all Balochs free like the rest of Pakistanis. Unfortunately some parts of Sindh and Punjab are also suffering from slavery due to landlord-ism and strict land ceiling should be applied there too.

    Balochs are not against Pakistan but Sardars are…
    People of Baluchistan are not speaking the sardar’s language but their hand picked workers are. Law and good governance demands that they be arrested immediately and things not allowed to get out of hand. Any leniency will make matters worse. Did you not see in Lal Masjid case how delay made matters worse? Nip it in the bud if you want to stop the dismemberment of Pakistan. I have done extensive interviews, believe me the overwhelming majority of common poor Balochi is with Pakistan. Sardars are certainly not with Pakistan. Let them be themselves so long as the majority is with us.

    Sardari system days are numbered…
    The Sardars know the day land reforms and development comes to Baluchistan their lordship is over. They are making all out efforts to keep Baluchistan backward for as long as they can. They resist development in shape of regionalism. They have succeeded for over 60 years and now fear the time has come to give people their rights so they are conspiring with Israel and inimical neighbors to overturn the apple cart. This is their last ditch effort. They have a shadow cabinet in Jerusalem. Which state in the world is going to tolerate that? Please tell me.

    When India could succeed putting down such a big rebellion why can’t Pakistan?
    See how India crushed the Khalistan movement totally and effectively? They used the heavy stick against the terrorists and the carrot for the common Sikh. Let one man say he is not an Indian but a Punjabi or something else see what happens. Here they are openly defying Pakistan and the interviewers and anchors are showing soft corner. The media is behaving as if The Baluchis have been wronged. If any thing The Sardars have wronged the Balochs not Pakistan. It was the Sardars that did not allow gas to the residents of Buluchistan, not Pakistan. It was publicised as if Pakistan did not give gas to the Balochs. Sardars stopped them. If the Sardars have a minimum level of honesty let them deny this. People have lost lives, the law should take its course.

    What belonged to British then belongs to Pakistan now…
    As for natural resources of mines etc. they had already surrendered to The Govt. of India then and took money for it. After creation of Pakistan it automatically goes to Paksitan. Read a full article in Dawn. Now what are they claiming?

    Reproduced below from history (Encyclopedia Britannica) are some historical facts. Please see. Quoted:

    Baluchistan during the British India period contained four princely states and an Omani Port of Gwadar (which later became part of Pakistna on 08 Dec. 1958). Below are details of rulers:

    Baluchistan – Province of British India:
    19 Jun 1877 British India Baluchistan Province
    and Tribal Areas.
    1896 Province of British India.
    14/15 Aug 1947 Baluchistan becomes a big province of Pakistan.
    On June 19, 1877 The British occupy Quetta. Baluchistan becomes British India’s Province
    on October 1, 1877. From November 1, 1877 it is incorporated into British India.

    Chief Commissioners: (where are the sardars? Sardars are not princes any way).
    · Sir Oliver Beauchamp Coventry St. John (1st time).19 Jun 1877 – 11 Dec 1887
    · Acting Chief commissioner.
    · Sir Robert Groves Sandeman (1st time)………….11 Dec 1887 – 03 Apr 1889
    · Sir Harry North Dalrymple Prendergast (acting)….03 Apr 1889 – 08 Oct 1889
    · Sir Robert Groves Sandeman (2nd time)………….08 Oct 1889 – 23 Apr 1891
    · Sir Hugh Shakespear Barnes (1st time, acting)…..23 Apr 1891 – 08 May 1891
    · Sir Oliver Beauchamp Coventry St. John (2nd time).09 May 1891 – 04 Jun 1891
    · Sir Hugh Shakespear Barnes (2nd time, acting)…..05 Jun 1891 – 09 Jul 1891
    · John Biddulph (acting)……………………….10 Jul 1891 – 16 Nov 1891
    · Sir Robert Groves Sandeman (3rd time)………….16 Nov 1891 – 29 Jan 1892
    · Sir Hugh Shakespear Barnes (3rd time, acting)…..29 Jan 1892 – 21 Mar 1892
    · Sir James Browne…………………………….22 Mar 1892 – 13 Jun 1896
    · James Adair Crawford (acting)…………………14 Jun 1896 – 14 Nov 1896
    · Sir Hugh Shakespear Barnes (4th time)………….15 Nov 1896 – 12 Apr 1899
    · Henry Wylie (acting)…………………………12 Apr 1899 – 21 Dec 1899
    · Sir Hugh Shakespear Barnes (5th time)………….21 Dec 1899 – 20 Nov 1900
    · Charles Edward Yate………………………….20 Nov 1900 – 04 Nov 1904
    · John Ramsay (1st time, acting)………….04 Nov 1904 – 23 Jan 1905
    · Alexander Lauzun Pendock Tucker (acting)23 Jan 1905 – 02 Apr 1907
    · Sir Arthur Henry McMahon (1st time)……02 Apr 1907 – 03 Jun 1909
    · Charles Archer (1st time, acting)……….03 Jun 1909 – 06 Sep 1909
    · Sir Arthur Henry McMahon (2nd time)……06 Sep 1909 – 25 Apr 1911
    · John Ramsay (2nd time)……………….25 Apr 1911 – 21 Oct 1912
    · Charles Archer (2nd time, acting)………. 21 Oct 1912 – 14 Nov 1912
    · John Ramsay (3rd time)……………….14 Nov 1912 – 02 Apr 1914
    · Charles Archer (3rd time, acting)………..02 Apr 1914 – 23 May 1914
    · John Ramsay (4th time)………………. 23 May 1914 – 15 Jun 1915
    · Charles Archer (4th time, acting)………..15 Jun 1915 – 05 Jul 1915
    · John Ramsay (5th time)………………..05 Jul 1915 – 05 Dec 1917
    · Sir Henry Robert Conway Dobbs………. 05 Dec 1917 – 01 Sep 1919
    · Armine Brereton Dew……………….. 01 Sep 1919 – Jun 1922
    · Henry Beauchamp St. John (1st time, acting)..Jun 1922 – 15 Sep 1923
    · Frederick William Johnston………….15 Sep 1923 – 07 Jul 1926
    · Edmond Henry Salt James (1st time, acting)…07 Jul 1926 – 04 Nov 1927
    · Henry Beauchamp St. John (2nd time, acting)…04 Nov 1927 – 02 Feb 1929
    · Edmond Henry Salt James (2nd time, acting)… 02 Feb 1929 – 01 Oct 1929
    · Charles Edward Bruce (acting)…………. 01 Oct 1929 – 17 Dec 1931
    · Alexander Norman Ley Cater (1st time, acting). 17 Dec 1931 – 10 May 1932
    · John Aloysius Brett (acting)……………..10 May 1932 – 01 Oct 1932
    · Alexander Norman Ley Cater (2nd time)………01 Oct 1932 – 01 Apr 1936
    · Ronald Evelyn Leslie Wingate (1st time, acting)..01 Apr 1936 – 18 Apr 1936
    · Arthur Edward Broadbent Parsons (1sttime,acting)18 Apr 1936 – 20 Jun 1937
    · Ronald Evelyn Leslie Wingate (2nd time, acting)..20 Jun 1937 – 28 Nov 1937
    · Olaf Kirkpatrick Caroe (acting)……………28 Nov 1937 – 14 Mar 1938
    · Arthur Edward Broadbent Parsons (2nd time)…..14 Mar 1938 – 11 Aug 1939
    · Sir Herbert Aubrey Francis Metcalfe………11 Aug 1939 – 24 Nov 1943
    · William Rupert Hay……………………..24 Nov 1943 – 1946
    · Henry Mortimer Poulton………………….14 May 1946 – 1946
    · Sir Geoffrey Prior……………………..1946 – 15 Aug 1947
    · Continued to be the Chief Commissioner of Pakistan’s Province of Baluchistan
    · till 03 Oct 1947.
    It no where suggests that it was a princely state like Kashmir, Hyderabad, Gwalior etc. There is no Resident throughout which was the requirement of a Princely State. See the British Rulers of Balochistan.
    If you can see above there is not a single member of any tribe that actually ruled.’s-death/

    Balochistan a part of Pakistan as you can see some pictures above. People were freed from the British and the land lords yoke and were poised to write their own destiny. They rejected their destiny to be written either by The British or the vested interests of the region. Muslim League did not wage a struggle so that some land lords came to power and controlled the destiny of the Baloch common man. We are with the people of Balochistan, we want them to be free and wish the best for them.
    Some old beautiful pictures of Baluchistan of the British Time.

    Dinosaurs of Pakistan. Watch:

    Dinosaurs of Balochistan.
    King George and Queen Mary visit Balochistan in 1906. Watch and simply enjoy the music.:

    Posted by Thinker at 7:41 PM
    Labels: Baloch, Balochi, Baluchistan, Free Baluchistan, Princely State Myth, Sardars, Social Justice, Traitors, Treason

    Liaquath Baloch said…
    Thank God at least someone has done research and put facts on the net. Hope people in the media benefit from it. If you talk to Balochis no one is in favour of Sardars. As a matter of fact they don’t know how to get rid of them because they do not allow any development. There has been some resentment due to Punjabi settlers but that is not a big issue. They fear they will be wiped out.

  3. Would suggest transcription of this stunning report in Urdu and its circulation all over Balochistan, so that people there know the facts. BSO was definitely there, as has also been narrated by the authors in their report, however, the rest are all new and recent developments. People do have a right to know the facts so that they can identify the black sheep amongst them, who are building their huge mansions, driving their shining SUV’s and spending money on eunuchs, money which they get for killing their own brethren.

  4. Now it is too late, Pakistani leaders should have integrated Balochistan into the federation of Pakistan just after India’s division in 1947, as India did it effectively by force, when all princely states were merged in the Indian Union and this was done under the able leadership of Sardar Patel, the Iron man of India.

  5. whatever you people say will not make any difference at all. Baluchistan will be liberated soon and the war is on guys.

    1. Let us assume that Baluchistan is liberated, which is very unrealistic assumption by the way, then what? Would your problems be solved, or even worsened? I am a Pakhtun, and you know how badly the Army treats us these days along with their masters Americans, but still we never ask for separation, instead we’ll keep struggling to bring the Army generals to justice; things are getting better, so please stop talking about liberation, and start educating your brothers to stand up to Sardars as well as Army generals, then we all are going to support you.

      1. @Najib Khan, You said it right Najib. The other day, the senior-most, seasoned and grand old Baloch leader, Sardar Ataullah Mengal said, “though I do support the struggle of all those youth who are fighing for their rights, yet I think that this so called “liberating” the Balochistan province could result in being “liberated” from Islamabad, however, it could simultaneously bring enslavement of much bigger power / s.”

        This myth of liberation many a times results in “de-liberation”. When it so happens, it becomes too late to revoke or repent. We have so many examples of such “liberations”, orchestrated right before our eyes in countries like Libya, Egypt, Sudan etc.

        After having been out of the clutches of corrupt, and brute dictators, they are now caught – in the jaws of the Pentagon and their oil corporates who have nothing, absolutely nothing in mind except their profits in billions of dollars and that too at the expence of the masses, the natives of the so called liberated lands.

        However, this in no way should be condoned as acceptance of these totally rotten, stinking dictatorships, be they in the civilian garb, be they the Khaki walas. Poor governance in no way is acceptable, but we have another example. We fought hand in hand with CIA in bringing the USSR down to defeat. But did this help Afghanistan, Pakistan or Balochistan in any manner???

        Why? Because, by eliminating Uncle Sam’s only rival in th international arena, we ourselves became an instrument in killing the USSR and thus contributd as much as anybody else to enable Uncle Sam don the crown of world’s sole super power. Lo and behold! Now – as we say in Punjabi, “hoar choopo”. Which means when its your own bidding, don’t blame others for what you are suffering.

        Our Baloch brothers should not forget. The men sitting on the throne of Islamabad are as much incompetent, as much corrupt as much brute in killing common Balochis, yet you have some chances to get rid of them. But once you fell into the hands of those vultures of capitalism, you will get nothing but only bones, your flesh would be devoured; by those greedy overlords from the overseas and their henchmen in Balochistan who will continue usurping your rights as they are doing it right now too.

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