Long live free and united Balochistan

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The Baluch nation and Baluchistan state have history of its own.

The Baluch have been self differentiating and self defining ethno cultural through history even if they did not have the required sense of social and political solidarity to assert themselves as a nation as it is understood in present day’s world. Baluch through history are an amalgam of two distinct groups Baluch and Brahui.

Baluch are highly self aware ethnic group inhabiting Baluchistan generally organised as a tribal social organisation without a centralised institution. Nations are recognised by their language, culture, religious, symbol and homeland and so forth. The nationalism and state the world recognises’ are a new phenomenon. Before the rise of a national state the nation organised themselves around tribes. People clam to a nation because they born into one.
The Baluch nations “that I am a member “are descendants of two branches of Baluch; Baluch and Brahui which have been amalgamated through the history.
I do believe that Baluchistan has been a state for thousands of years ruled by different system of authorities including monarchies (khan) till 1948. I do not pick and choose from the history. I do believe Baluchistan is divided and occupied by alien.
The Baluch people have inhabited the current Baluchistan home land long before birth of Amir Hamza and Islam; one can not subordinate Baluch history to Persian or Arab, no matter how smart one would be. The Baluch nation and Baluchistan state have history of its own. Some people are in the state of denial.

Arrian’s account of the Macedonian monarch’s march from India, through the country of the Oritae and the Gedrosia, some names have survived.

Alexander, said to had left Pattala, in Sindh (presumed to be Tatta, on the Indus), some time either in the months of march or April, and to had proceeded in the direction of Bela, crossing in his route the lower ranges of the Brahuik mountains. From there he marched in the direction of Jau, in Makuran, facing a very difficult pass some distance south coast of the ancient town of Gwajak, and here it was that the natives of the county had assembled in considerable numbers to oppose his progress.


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