Anjuman-e-Ittehad-e-Balochan-wa-Balochistan (English: Society for the Unity of Balochis and Balochistan) was a political party formed in 1931 in Mastung, Pakistan by Abdul Aziz Kurd and Yousaf Aziz Magsi. The Kalat State National Party emerged from AIB on 5 February 1937 in Sibi, contesting elections until the government banned its activities in 1947. The Anjuman-i-Watan Baluchistan, which allied itself with the Indian National Congress and opposed the partition of India, worked with the Anjuman-e-Ittehad-e-Balochan-wa-Balochistan, as well as its successor.
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