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Armed Struggle For Sindhudesh and Balochistan

The principle of armed struggle for the seizure of power is a universal principle of revolutionary way. This principle was concrete analysis on the relationship between people and state. The military arm of the state is against the people when the state is in the hands of oppressors who want to suck the blood of Sindhi and Baloch nations. The armed wing of the Punjabi colonial forces has repeatedly attacked the people of Sindh and Balochistan, arguing against any protest against any expression of popular will of the Sindhi and Baloch nations for freedom. The electoral path, indicated by the reformists, not only hides the fact that the majority people can not express its will in a unitary form of indirect election and abstract, but also hides the fact that any election result is very appropriate to the regime annulled by the pressure violent armed wing of the state. The armed struggle of the masses is made necessary by the Punjabi colonial force itself, which is opposite the popular struggle against the reaction with the strengthening of the military wing and the financing of teams armed military-fascist. Every slightest desire of the people will finally be satisfied only by breaking the armed resistance of the Punjabi colonial force with the armed force of the people of Sindh and Balochistan. It is about giving life to the armed struggle when it corresponds to the conscience of the majority of the toiling masses. This means that the armed struggle differing forms depending on the reports that there are between people of Sindh and Balochistan and the Punjabi colonial state. In a country of developed capitalism, until the crisis of revolutionary general, mediation policy prevails over the armed repression, and then the people will see the need for armed struggle only when the revolutionary crisis. That the armed struggle in these countries is in the process culminating in the revolutionary struggle, taking the form of popular uprising. So in Sindh and Balochistan, the armed struggle becomes possible and necessary in the decisive battle in which the mass struggles have turned into power struggles and facing the Sindhi and Baloch nations with armed aggression by Punjabi colonial forces.

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