My Baloch nation and the friends of Baloch national struggle, I pay a red salute to the Sarmachaars (freedom fighters) of my nation.
For everyone who struggled for national liberation on any front, I pay them a red salute.
We as a nation initiated a struggle where we have sacrificed our precious lives, but one development that has occurred in this twenty-two or three years, that we continued our struggle unceasingly, and this caravan kept going.
But according to my poor knowledge, we have committed some mistakes too.
One mistake we made in 2008, where we, one-sidedly, opted for a ceasefire for three months.
Whatever the reasons behind that (ceasefire) were but we had an undying trust in our allies.
But now I think, that was an immensely harmful act.
And the Baloch national history may not forgive us for that.
Yet the continuation of our struggle, sometimes more intense sometimes less, received criticism from every corner.
But the Baloch nation held its ground with steadfastness, and their support for the Baloch liberation struggle never wavered.
Be it a shepherd, a farmer, a shopkeeper, a student, or Baloch diaspora living abroad, all played their role for the future of the Baloch nation and still continue their unremitting struggle.
I, to my nation and the nations associated with us, would like to say that any struggle that lacks continuity and consistency will never bear fruit.
Today, the local and international, those who are the enemies of our homeland, or the other countries that are neutral states, but have their interests aligned here; realize the fact that Baloch is a living nation.
I will not only show you the bright aspect of this fact but it also has a dark side.
The fact is that we, at many occasions, become the prey of our egos.
It is our ego that we say; it is the question of my dignity.
Whenever a nation is at stake, then individuals and families are sacrificed. When it comes to the land, then entire nations make sacrifices.
In my view, if someone is unable to sink his ego, he perhaps lacks the understanding and intellect of a revolutionary.
A few years ago, I said that our national movement has entered into its second phase which is still going on.
But now, I am satisfied with one thing that today our struggle, our sacrifices have compelled the world to notice our plight.
I, in this short message, want to say to the Baloch nation, Baloch partisans, those who kept this struggle going will have to maintain it with utmost determination.
The nations weaker than ours, more backward than ours, with their cadre less sophisticated, learned from their experiences and mistakes.
Why can’t we learn from our weaknesses and mistakes?
This is essential for us.
When we enter the third and the final phase of our struggle, only God knows when will it begin, but I can perceive that the day is not too far, because our continued struggle has staggeringly troubled the enemy.
Today, be it Mazanband, Saiji, Sheraz, Sai-Sadi, or whichever mountains range. Either it is Kulbar, Pedrak side, or Zammurran area, Balgatar, or our Keelkor, Gichk, Rakhshan, Awaran, and Mashkay. In the coastal areas of Ormara, and from the mountain passes of Lakk, Soorgar to Bolan, the enemy has started our mass killing in the mountains as well as in the cities.
Today, the enemy’s atrocities have reached a level that when Baloch people visit a faith-based shrine at Mir Murd Bakshsh (Haji Ziarat) Bazaar, the enemy forces started heavy indiscriminate shelling.
As a result of this 7 to 8 people embraced martyrdom, and countless women and children suffered critical injuries.
The area is still sealed.
On the second or third day of this carnage, similarly, in the area of Kolwah, Dandaar which is known as Hapt-Kand, the enemy shelled the houses, and several people embraced martyrdom. Only three deaths were reported but no one has contact with anyone else from the locality.
Today the Baloch nation is in mourning for the deaths of their innocent countrymen.
From Zamuran, Saiji, Mazanband, Sheraz to Gichk and Rakhshan, in both sides of all these areas’ waters are poisoned.
It has killed thousands of our livestock and in some places, children have fallen ill from drinking poisonous water.
I once again refer to the incident in Keelkor: our enemy is so ruthless that it even did not spare the seven years old son of a man named Omar.
He was killed and secretly buried so that it would not come into notice as there is a total media blackout.
But later the relatives dug his grave and found his body that was the grave of a seven years old child.
Now, one can imagine what the world is doing?
This is my appeal to the world that Balochistan must be declared as a conflict zone or a war zone.
From Shoor Paarod, Bolan to Mazanband up to the boundaries of Western Balochistan, every jungle had been burnt down.
In all areas, the army is using phosphorous and shelling, and bombarding.
This is my appeal to the world that Balochistan must be declared a no-fly zone.
Because our struggle is in line with the United Nations.
We are waging our national movement within the ambit of the United Nation’s charter.
Furthermore, I appeal to all powers of the world, be it the US, France, Britain, other temporary members of (the UN) Security Council, like India and others, and the Secretary-General of the UNO that Balochistan should be declared as a no-fly zone and send international observers.
In case, if they don’t believe us and don’t have access, then put the far-flanged areas aside.
My hometown Mehi is only a six hours’ drive from Quetta.
The international observers may visit my village Mehi, which was consisted of nearly eighty to ninety houses.
The entire village is razed to the ground with repeated heavy bombardment which first began in 2012 and continued till 2016.
Today there is no trace of a human being left there.
No one is there. All of them have been turned into IDPs.
They should visit to find the facts out in a better way.
Secondly, I appeal to China and all other international investors that they should not waste their capital in Balochistan.
Because the Baloch are determined, and Baloch will never give up their natural resources.
Whether it is copper and Gold or the iron deposits of Dilband, be it oil or whatever natural resources Baloch land has.
Baloch nation will not allow anyone to exploit their coastline.
They (foreigners) themselves will be responsible for their loss or gain.
Balochistan and Baloch nation, for hundreds of years, had a traditional and cultural relationship with those that were our neighboring nations.
Eastern Balochistan is the epicenter of our Baloch national struggle.
We want to send a message to our neighboring nations that they should extend their support to us.
Today, huge parts of our population are living in Iran and Afghanistan in appalling conditions.
There are millions of IDPs who are forced to remain internally displaced people.
They should be helped and the United Nations’ (UNHCR) organizations for refugees should enlist our people as refugees.
And once again I want to call upon China that you, along with your financial interests, want to use the coast of Baloch for military purposes to pose a threat against the neighboring counties as well as the rest of the world through the hot waters of Balochistan.
But the Baloch nation will never permit it.
Therefore, for China, it is time to stop and back off. When the Baloch nation gets its sovereignty, then you will do far better trade with the Baloch and may invest here.
I want to make one thing crystal clear, that the guns of Baloch are never silent but always locked and loaded.
Be it any front but basically ours is a political struggle.
Our guns are guided by a political ideology.
We also have the right, if Pakistani diplomats overtly favor Kashmiris that they have the right to acquire arms and military hardware, which is permitted in the Charter of UNO.
Similarly, if they are entitled, then we expect the same from India, China, Britain, our Arab friends in the Middle East, the US, and the rest of the civilized world that they would support the Baloch nation.
That they would support us morally as well as financially.
I, once again urge the Baloch nation that they should not stop their struggle for a single moment.
We committed a mistake in 2008 for three months, but we have realized our mistake.
The Baloch youth should use their minds along with their emotions.
Baloch mothers and sisters, I know, you are in mourning but you have to encourage your children more and more.
I am positive that after enduring the worst ordeals in the last twenty-three years, the Baloch nation is not infertile, Baloch land is not barren, the Baloch nation is not sterile, it has produced a lot of valiant youth.
And secondly, I want to congratulate Balochistan and Baloch nation that those children who were born among us during the war, many of whom either embraced martyrdom or standing shoulder to shoulder with the freedom fighters.
It means that we have successfully transitioned our national struggle to our next generation.
And our struggle still continues.
I am hopeful because we believe in the revolution within a revolution.
And we are moving our struggle forward based on freedom and human rights.
Finally, I salute the commitment and courage of the Baloch nation. I salute the Baloch martyrs and our comrades.
My appeal to the Baloch nation and the Baloch leadership is that we should go for unity because unity is the guarantor of our success.
Long live Baloch nation!