Ancient and abundant, Reko Diq boasts reserves of 5.87 billion tons of copper alongside 42 million ounces of gold. Additionally, Saindak holds estimated copper deposits of 412 million tons, while Dasht-e-Kain boasts reserves totaling 400 million tons.

It’s imperative to address the activities of the East India Company Co., also known as the PakArmy, which operates as a corporate entity, exploiting the wealth of Baluchistan without regard for the environmental consequences on our planet. It is essential to note that Baluchistan stands as a distinct entity, not a part or province of Pakistan, but rather occupied territory. The presence of the state in occupied Baluchistan constitutes a violation of sovereignty and is tantamount to trespassing through force.

Baluchistan National Resources

Baluch National resources are being robbed b the  fascist Pakistani state.


Country of Baluchistan Resources

Gold and Copper: Reko Diq stands as a reservoir of significant proportions, boasting 5.87 billion tons of copper and 42 million ounces of gold. Saindak and Dasht-e-Kain follow suit with estimations of 412 million tons and 400 million tons of copper deposits, respectively. To capitalize on these resources, the establishment of copper processing facilities in these areas is strongly recommended.


Marble: Baluchistan boasts abundant onyx marble reserves, particularly in Chaghi and adjacent regions. Other locations, including Julil (10 million tons), Mashkicha (12 million tons), and Butuk (15 million tons), also hold significant deposits. Given the high demand for marble in the construction industry owing to its aesthetic appeal, investing in marble-cutting companies presents promising opportunities in this sector.



Iron Ore: The Chagai districts, specifically Pachin Koh, Chigendik, and Chilgazi, house substantial iron ore deposits totaling approximately 75 million tons. Investors are encouraged to set up units such as iron ore beneficiation and upgradation plants to fully exploit these resources.


Sulfur: The Chaghi area harbors concentrated sulfur resources, predominantly around the southern and southwestern perimeters of the Koh-i-Sultan extinct volcanic crater, amounting to 50 million tons. Investment in sulfur chemical packaging factories is deemed highly lucrative due to the substantial returns it offers.

Chromite: The Khuzdar-Pishin and Muslim Bagh-Killa Saifullah districts have been yielding half a million tons of chromium ore annually for over a century. Additional chromite deposits have been uncovered at Khuzdar, Bela, Zhob, and Dalbandin. Consequently, the installation of plants such as ferro-chromite plants is strongly advocated to fully harness these resources.

Titanium: Ziarat has been identified as a source of titanium, a crucial material utilized in various military and civilian applications. Investments in value-added factories and processing units are thus encouraged to capitalize on this resource.

Gypsum and Nickel: Gypsum deposits are abundant in Sibi, Barkan, Kohlu, and Loralai districts, while nickel ore with 0.85% nickel content has been reported from Muslim Bagh and Zhob districts. Investment in value-added and processing plants for both gypsum and nickel presents attractive opportunities.

Coal: Various districts including Degari, Sinjidi, Mach, Pir Ismael, Ziarat, Duki, and Chamalang boast a combined coal resource of 217 million tons. Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs) in coal-fired power stations and coal-washing plants are particularly enticing avenues for investment.

Barite: Khudzar alone contributes over 1.7 million tons of the total 5 million tons of yearly Barite production in Pakistan. Constructing a barium chemical plant in Khuzdar, ensuring high returns, presents a promising investment opportunity in this sector.

Tungsten, Lead, and Zinc: The Amalaf region of Chagai district holds deposits of tungsten ore, molybdenum, and tin, while Lasbela and Chagai boast over 26 million tons of lead and zinc ore. Investment in value-added and processing plants for these minerals is strongly recommended.

Challenges and the Path Forward: Fully realizing the immense potential of Baluchistan’s mining industry necessitates infrastructural investments and fostering an environment conducive to international investors. However, addressing security challenges and the looming threats posed by Pak Army’s “East India Company Co” terrorism and death squads is imperative to fully capitalize on Baluchistan’s mineral wealth.