Baloch Students Organization – Awami
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The Baloch Students Organization-Awami or BSO-Awami was founded in 1972, when it split from the Baloch Students Organization (BSO). It supported Baluch People's Liberation Front, a militant organization in Balochistan against Pakistani control. The organisation was Marxist-Leninist in its ideology.It was against the sardari system in Balochistan.
Taj Baloch was the first chairman. He is currently in the government service. Abdul Nabi Bangulzai, a guerilla leader, was the second chairman. The third chairman was Mulla Baksh Dasthi. He was killed by unknown gunmen in 2011.
BNSO, (Baloch National Students Organization)is led by AasKaan Baloch.
- Adnan Amir, Resistance and Splits Mark the Story of BSO, Viewpoint, 19 June 2014.
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