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Daily Archives: June 6, 2012
Pakistan cannot succeed in its morbid ambitions , Baloch have decided not be play in the hands of enemy: Hyrbyair Marri
Occupied Balochistan: Baloch National perseverance and courage has shaken Pakistani state’s foundations said Baloch Patriotic leader Hyrbyair Marri in a statement released to DailyTawar newspaper on Monday. He said that the panic stricken Pakistani rulers seeking solace by resorting to baseless allegations. Because of its atrocious policies Pakistan is under intense external and internal pressure and to mitigate that pressure, or to create a misguided impression about the defensive activities of Baloch struggle, the Frontier Corps (FC) has now started a series of diversionary statements, said Mr Marri. Affirming his believe the Baloch leader said that all diabolic conspiracies being hatched against Baloch freedom struggle would not be successful as usual because Baloch have learned a lot from their past mistakes, no one can misguide them with baseless stories.
London: The Baloch Cultural Society (UK) held a conference on Balochi language and Music 2nd June 2012 in London, United Kingdom. The event was dedicated to famous Baloch intellectual, author, poet and professor of Balochistan University Shaheed Prof. Saba Dashtiyar, as it coincided with his martyrdom day. Mr Dashtyari, a Baloch educationist, was murdered on 1st June 2011 by Pakistani Military’s civilian death squads.
The event comprised of three sessions: In the beginning after a minute of silence in the memory of Baloch National Martyrs, Dr Badal Khan Baloch, who had come from Italy, presented his talk about the role of singers in society, Faiz Baluch read a message of Baloch leader Hyrbyair Marri and Sohaib Mengal talked about life and struggle for Shaheed Ghulam Hussain (Saba Dashtyari Baloch. In the second half of the event Shahab Baloch, Ismael Mumtaz Baloch and Mahnaaz Baloch read Balochi poetry whereas Saeed Borhanzahi Baloch sang revolutionary songs from poetry of Mir Gull Khan Nasir. The final part of the event consisted of mix songs and Baloch youth played traditional Balochi Dhress or Dochaapi.