In the third battle of Panipat, Maratha's were defeated. It is estimated that around fifty to seventy five thousand soldiers of Pune's Peshwa's were imprisoned and taken to Balochistan which was part of Afghanistan as slaves.
1. Peshwani Maratha (relatives of Peshwas who were captured. It was assumed that one of the brother of then Peshwa was also captured and taken to Baluchistan)
2. Bugti Maratha
There are 20 such castes which ends with Maratha. They are linked to caste system of then Maharashtra.
People of these caste even today call their mother as “Aaai” (what Maharashtrians call their mother) and not Ammijan. They worship Shivaji Maharajah and Peshwas even today.
Whenever reference of Maratha or slogan like “Har Har Mahadev”, or like are heard in Bollywood movies they stand and give such slogans.
Considering above, the development in Balochistan would be interesting to watch and observe as they are related to our own people who are leading the battle.
The above information can be verified based on around 20 books written by eminent historians in Marathi.
It is HIGH Time we "liberate" Baluchistan next year like we liberated Bangladesh in 1971!