Balach Marri, another top leader killed in a military operation in Ballochistan.


QUETTA: Nov 21, 2007. (AFP): Security forces killed Balach Marri, the leader of a banned group blamed for a deadly insurgency in Balochistan province, a spokesman for the group said Wednesday. Identified by Pakistani authorities as the leader of the Balochistan Liberation Army, he was killed in a military operation overnight, the group`s spokesman Beeberg Baluch told reporters by telephone. "Balach Marri was killed by Pakistani security forces in an operation in Kohlu district," Baluch said in a telephone call from an undisclosed location. "He died along with several other Sources from the Marri tribe also confirmed his death.The Pakistani military and were not immediately available to comment on the claim. A local television channel said Marri had been killed in Afghanistan, not Pakistan.

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