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by Jaume Ollé
The largest of the three states of Baluchistan (Ed Haynes' data show a population in 1931 of 342.000 in an area of 73,278 sq. miles), occupied the southwest, central and northeast areas of the Agency, except the area of Gwadar. There are several cities or towns in this area, so I can't speculate on a capital. Flag unknown to me.
Jorge Candeias, 3 May 1998
The khanate of Kelat had a flag green over red. In the center occupying the red part and a little part of the green, a large white crescent pointed upwards and a white star (the star exactly in the center of the two stripes). Within the star and crescent an islamic inscription.
Jaume Ollé, 4 May 1998