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[Balochistan? Pakistan] by Thanh-Tâm Lê, 28 January 1999

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Use of the Flag

At the site at http://www.geocities.com/CollegePark/Quad/3034/ there is a representation of a flag for Balochistan. As many of the links on that site seem spurious, there is some doubt as to the existence or authenticity of this flag.
Thanh-Tâm Lê, Chris Pinette, Phil Nelson
, 28 January 1999

The flag internationally recognized is at this site where you can get a link and all the meanings of the flag.. and information about it.. The old flags are no longer used. The flag with light sky blue, white star and green over red is the international flag of Baluchistan, including the Baluch people of Baluchistan, Iran, Balochistan, Pakistan, Baluchistan, Afghanistan, and Baluchistan, Turkmenistan. The flag was invented on 27 January 1982 by the Baloch United Movement which is now the government of Baluchistan.
Adaar, Baloch, 16 September 2001

Meaning of the Flag

Red is the sign of moral heroism for those who suffered martyrdom. Green is the sign of the blossoming spring of our freedom. Blue is the sign of our marine and celestial frontiers. The white star is the sign of the moral heroism, manliness and generosity.
Adaar, Baloch, 16 September 2001


Baluch Warriors Organization

[Baluchi People] by Jaume Ollé

This is a flag researched by Juanjo Gonzalez that was used for a revolutionary movement some years ago, but he is not sure if it is currently used.
Jaume Ollé, 16 September 1996

This flag (white with upside down red star) is used by Baloutche Warna (Baluch Warriors Organization) led by Sirdar Akbar Khan Bugt. The flag is shown in the Flags of Aspirant Peoples chart. Two other flags are reported from no vexillological sources: the same flag with a green stripe in the lower part (the green is attributed to joining with the Islamic liberation struggle) and the same flag as the first one but with a green star instead red. It may be a variant of the first one or a mistake, or perhaps is used by a split-off of the Baloutche Warna.
Jaume Ollé, 1 February 1999

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