Aslam Baloch’s individual decision to visit India is not an organisational policy: BLA
The Baloch Liberation Army in a statement on Monday said that Aslam Baloch, one of the comrades of BLA’s decision to go the India was his individual act. The spokesperson, Azad Baloch, said that BLA believes in strong discipline and principles and without disciplines no organisation or nation can achieve their independence.
“All members of BLA from commanders to soldiers are bound to organisation’s disciplines that is why BLA has constituted a disciplinary committee to investigated Aslam Baloch’s personal wish and individual decision to visit India hence violating and bypassing the organisation’s rules and regulations.”
The spokesperson said that Aslam Baloch is one of the many comrades of BLA and he is the first person in the organisation who went to India and he went without the consultation and permission of high command. “If India makes the issue of Balochistan’s independence its state policy and support Baloch freedom struggle openly and invites pro-liberation Baloch resistance organisations and political parties to visit India. Then our organisational (BLA) high command will decide whether to visit India or not,” the spokesperson of the BLA said.
Mr Azad Baloch said that an occupied nation can only defeat a powerful occupier with its strict discipline and well-organised planning that is why “BLA will not compromise on it principles and discipline.”