Growing tendency of committing suicide among Pakistani soldiers deployed in Baluchistan

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Occupied Baluchistan: Reliable sources have revealed that Pakistani soldiers deployed in Baluchistan have been suffering from stress and there has been a sharp rise in committing suicides among Pakistani military personnel. This trend illustrates Pakistani occupying forces are losing the moral and psychological battle against Baluch National Armed forces (Sarmachars, the Freedom Fighters.

According to sources Pakistan forces deployed in every nook and corner of Baluchistan are involved are not only involved in gross human rights violations across Baluchistan but they are also depriving Baluch non-combats from their valuables and household goods. Several standing crops were set on fire and women and children harassed during raids on their houses.

The Baluch Sarmachars, whom the Baluch people regard as their protectors and vanguards, have always been there to defend their unarmed and brethren. Freedom Fighters are widely known as Sarmachars –meaning those who never care for their own lives for a bigger cause, in native Baluchi Language. Analysts believe that Pakistan Army is losing the war on psychological front because the Guerrilla operations of Baluch Sarmachars are not only courageous and well-coordinated but deadly as well.

Baluchistan media sources have reliably learned that Differences between Pak armed forces in Baluchistan and Frontier Corps have surfaced and the escalated conflict brought the secrets out in Public and Pakistan Military High Command are highly concerns over the issue.

Though Pakistan army is always in denial, yet a trend of suicide within the armed forces deployed in Baluchistan is on rise and situation of the remaining soldiers continue to deteriorate. The list surfaced so far, shows Major Mohsin Choudry at the top, who hanged himself and was found dead .He, was posted in the Bahlool Area of Chamalang in Kohlu, Baluchistan. It has been learned that the suicide toll reached eight in the same area.

While in the Dera Bugti, Abid Hussain (JCO), and Tanveer Multani (Driver) are also included among those who curtailed their own lives by committing suicide. In the newly established Sui Cantonment Major Kalimullah and Shahid Choudry committed suicide due to psychological stress. Captan Pervaiz and Ziauddin Sawati, from Turbat Cantonment, Yasin and Asif from Khuzdar Cantonment, Mubaashir Hussain and Muhammad Siddique from Gawadar cantonment, Shafqat Ali from Noshki Cantonment, Haider Ali Kharan, Shareef Raza from Qalat, Lieutenant Safdar Ali Butt and Touseef from Kahan, Nujahid Khairullah Shinwari and Yasir Ali from Jaalri, while Malik Waqar Hussain and Ismail Shah have taken their lives at Karmoo Wadh Checkpost.

These are a few names revealed in public so far, the actual number and details maybe much higher and never be brought to public notice, all of the above mentioned personnel and officers suffered the worst stress which forces them to take their lives.

Courtesy: BalochWarna