Baloch Freedom Struggle - News, Updates, Discussions, Weapons and Multimedia Thread

fire starter

Senior Member
Joined
Jan 14, 2020
Messages
9,593
Likes
83,864
Country flag
Arey Naacho re... ISPR ka kabool-nama aa gayaπŸ‘‡




So... it means that the pic of the burning post is true as well

Casualties are actually >20... bcoz 'levies' are not included in official count.
And its just a starting of new Year lol.

These porkis should better ask themselves that why they didn't sent any support on time.
 

iNorthernerOn9

Regular Member
Joined
Jun 17, 2021
Messages
734
Likes
8,496
Country flag
And its just a starting of new Year lol.

These porkis should better ask themselves that why they didn't sent any support on time.
That claim of 5 hour fight is a plain "lie" to put up a brave face in front of Jungjoo qaum

The Baloch will never stay in fight for that long... in my view it was a RPG attack which killed many & injured some... & the injured were taken away by the Baloch fighters.
 

indiatester

Senior Member
Joined
Jul 4, 2013
Messages
4,871
Likes
15,096
Country flag
Arey Naacho re... ISPR ka kabool-nama aa gayaπŸ‘‡




So... it means that the pic of the burning post is true as well

Casualties are actually >20... bcoz 'levies' are not included in official count.
The kind of losses the pakis are seeing on their western front are scary.
It shows that they basically do not have any supply lines to keep their outpost defended or with a secure retreat path.
I would have expected them to get some sort of air support if hostilities went on for > 5 hours.

If the argument is that such outposts cannot be supplied to handle the sort of attack it has seen, then they have chosen a very poor location.
They were neither able to detect, nor defend their post nor able to retreat and save themselves to mount an attack later on.

Thoughts?
 

Marliii

Better to die on your feet than live on your knees
Senior Member
Joined
Nov 22, 2020
Messages
4,176
Likes
22,812
Country flag
That claim of 5 hour fight is a plain "lie" to put up a brave face in front of Jungjoo qaum

The Baloch will never stay in fight for that long... in my view it was a RPG attack which killed many & injured some... & the injured were taken away by the Baloch fighters.
100% sure it was a quick attack by freedom fighters.but pakis need to make bravado of fighting for 5 hours to save face.but the same paki in the same tweet is saying that "immediately quick reaction forces were deployed " so by paki version the fight lasts 5 hours then BLA captures the post and put it on fire not a single confirmed BLA casualty so that's one heck of a "quick" force.lol pakis are always bad at propanganda
 

Tactical Doge

π•±π–”π–”π–‘π–˜ π–—π–šπ–˜π– 𝖆𝖓𝖉 π–†π–“π–Œπ–Šπ–‘π–˜ π–‹π–Šπ–†π–—
Senior Member
Joined
Aug 28, 2019
Messages
7,506
Likes
44,504
Country flag
The kind of losses the pakis are seeing on their western front are scary.
It shows that they basically do not have any supply lines to keep their outpost defended or with a secure retreat path.
I would have expected them to get some sort of air support if hostilities went on for > 5 hours.

If the argument is that such outposts cannot be supplied to handle the sort of attack it has seen, then they have chosen a very poor location.
They were neither able to detect, nor defend their post nor able to retreat and save themselves to mount an attack later on.

Thoughts?
 

iNorthernerOn9

Regular Member
Joined
Jun 17, 2021
Messages
734
Likes
8,496
Country flag
Arey Naacho re... ISPR ka kabool-nama aa gayaπŸ‘‡




So... it means that the pic of the burning post is true as well

Casualties are actually >20... bcoz 'levies' are not included in official count.

& now this idiot is accepting 10 Casualties instead of 9 in above post... such ambiguity confirms that Casualties are way more than that.



 

prasadr14

PrasadReddy
Senior Member
Joined
Sep 25, 2015
Messages
4,544
Likes
25,943
This attack by BLA and the abject capitulation of paki army is a lesson in the importance of reinforcements and supply chain in a war.

Pakis could do neither effectively inside their country on flat land with no environmental challenges.

For all those who think China can attack India and capture lands, this should be a good case study as to why Chinese would fail miserably.
Imagine the challenges Chinese would made in one of the most hospitable terrain on earth, with horrible weather conditions and little to no connectivity.
Chinese would be facing monstrous supply chain challenges in case they try to invade India & that would eventually defeat them more than anything else.
 

Ayushraj

Senior Member
Joined
Apr 29, 2020
Messages
2,186
Likes
17,690
Country flag
The kind of losses the pakis are seeing on their western front are scary.
It shows that they basically do not have any supply lines to keep their outpost defended or with a secure retreat path.
I would have expected them to get some sort of air support if hostilities went on for > 5 hours.

If the argument is that such outposts cannot be supplied to handle the sort of attack it has seen, then they have chosen a very poor location.
They were neither able to detect, nor defend their post nor able to retreat and save themselves to mount an attack later on.

Thoughts?
Balochistan geography is the answer it is similar as of afghanistan
Baluchistaan lacks road and when you lack road and supply you create stand alone fortress just like what we did in 1962 war.

Porki didn't use airpower since these are close quarter combat in these minimum engagement line is crossed so air force is not used

In these type of areas snipers are most effective.
If porki want to destroy a baluch rebel hideout of 10 -20 rebels will need almost a thousand men to clear it
 

SwordOfDarkness

Senior Member
Joined
Dec 8, 2021
Messages
1,447
Likes
7,144
Country flag
Balochistan geography is the answer it is similar as of afghanistan
Baluchistaan lacks road and when you lack road and supply you create stand alone fortress just like what we did in 1962 war.

Porki didn't use airpower since these are close quarter combat in these minimum engagement line is crossed so air force is not used

In these type of areas snipers are most effective.
If porki want to destroy a baluch rebel hideout of 10 -20 rebels will need almost a thousand men to clear it
Yep, balochistan can also be compared to chambal, where dacoits were commonplace-lots of criss crossing valleys and hillocks. Just check BLA attack on Pakistan Army. They dont have good intel, or good surveillance, so BLA picks any place convenient and massacres troops.
 

Marliii

Better to die on your feet than live on your knees
Senior Member
Joined
Nov 22, 2020
Messages
4,176
Likes
22,812
Country flag
According to pakis the nearest base was just 30km away but couldn't still help after 5 hours.same thing happening to Afghan military lone posts would get surrounded without any reinforcements would either be over run or surrender but I really think the paki troopers got a quick attack .
 

asaffronladoftherisingsun

Dharma Dispatcher
Senior Member
Joined
Nov 10, 2020
Messages
8,957
Likes
53,788
Country flag
This attack by BLA and the abject capitulation of paki army is a lesson in the importance of reinforcements and supply chain in a war.

Pakis could do neither effectively inside their country on flat land with no environmental challenges.

For all those who think China can attack India and capture lands, this should be a good case study as to why Chinese would fail miserably.
Imagine the challenges Chinese would made in one of the most hospitable terrain on earth, with horrible weather conditions and little to no connectivity.
Chinese would be facing monstrous supply chain challenges in case they try to invade India & that would eventually defeat them more than anything else.
Chutiya gulam porkystani slaughtered.

 

Articles

Top