Most of the heterogeneous populated states consist of different ethnic communities. Each ethnic identity has different voices and demands, for the accomplishment of which, a continuous struggle is going on, influencing the national politics. Pakistan like other developing states of the world is also in front of identity crisis almost in all federating units with different concerns. These concerns are sometimes ethno-nationality, decentralization of powers, provincial autonomy and economic discrepancies. Balochistan’s territory is though known for possessing huge economic potentials in terms of mineral resources and vast expanse of geography but these opportunities can only be availed if Baloch-Brahvi or Baloch-Punjabi tensions are culminated due to which mega projects like Gawader Port, Gas Pipelines or railway lines planned at the central level do not reach to their accomplishment. So after the dismemberment of East Pakistan, the most sensitive and hot issue is the case of Balochistan’s ethno-national movement which sometimes in different occasions seem to be transformed to a militant or an insurgent group for fulfillment of their objectives. This paper is an analysis of Balochistan’s ethnic movement and its consequences.