Female suicide bomber’s arrest in Quetta exposes BLF propaganda
The Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) of the police arrested a woman suspected of planning to carry out a suicide attack
A female suicide bomber was arrested during an intelligence-based operation (IBO) conducted by the Counter Terrorism Department.
The investigation into the matter has brought various facts to light.
As reported, the female ‘suicide bomber’ arrested by CTD in Quetta was portrayed as a missing person by the Baloch Liberation Front (BLF).
The woman identified as Mahal Baloch belongs to Kech and is the wife of Beebagar, a terrorist of BLF who was killed in 2016.
The suspected was arrested near a park in Quetta’s Satellite Town when teams of CTD and intelligence agencies conducted an operation in the area against the outlawed Baloch Liberation Front (BLF), a CTD spokesperson said.
The raid came after intelligence agencies received a tip-off that the suspected attacker, named Mahbal, wife of Bebagar alias Nadeem, intended to carry out a signature suicide attack on some key installation and law enforcement agencies in the provincial capital, the spokesperson said.
The woman was arrested with a bag that contained the suicide jacket weighing four to five kilograms, the spokesperson added.
In the latest details issued, the suspect bomber Mahal Baloch was used by and forced to support BLF’s militant wing.
Tweets shared by The Balochistan Post were used to create a false narrative against Pakistan security forces, according to the news source.
The arrested female was forced to support the Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF).
She was separated from her children and turned into a suicide bomber, the report added.
Furthermore, Mahal Baloch’s husband, Bebegar Baloch alias Nadeem, belonged to the armed wing of BLF while her father, Muhammad Hussain, belongs to the central committee of the Baloch National Movement (BNM).