Occupied Balochistan: Pakistani security forces have reportedly arrested at least 19 protester during protest rallies in different areas of Balochistan on Sunday.
Sources reported large numbers of Baloch activists including women and children took to street in different cities of Balochistan yesterday. They were protesting against human rights violations in Balochistan and the upcoming Pakistani elections. The Baloch Republican Party had given the call for protest.
Geneva, Mar. 23 (ANI): Balochistan Republican Party (BRP) Chairperson Brahamdagh Bugti (BRP) has said that the Baloch population will boycott the elections in Balochistan, and will simultaneously work to convince the international community to undertake and allow a United Nations-sponsored referendum to determine the Baloch demand for establishing a free and democratic state.
In an exclusive interview given to Asian News International (ANI), Bugti said that all nationalist parties of Balochistan were coordinating with each other to realize the long-term goal of freedom from Pakistan.
Occupied Balochistan: At least eight innocent Baloch including a child and a woman have been killed by Pakistan’s armed forces in different areas of Balochistan on Monday.
Sources reported that Pakistani forces raided and attacked a house in Besima area of Balochistan. Two occupants, Mr Qasum Baloch and his sister Rozina Baloch, were killed due indiscriminate firing and shelling on their house.
Sitting in a posh hotel in Geneva, Switzerland, the young leader of Balochistan was unwilling to come back to Pakistan, or reconcile. “Nothing short of independence of Balochistan is acceptable,” was his firm reply.
Brahumdagh Bugti is a cool, composed and soft-spoken young man. Talking to him, one does not get the impression of being in the presence of a revolutionary, insurgent or guerilla fighter, allegedly running terrorists’ training camps in Afghanistan. His composure, even when serious and personal questions were asked, was impressive.
His general appearance was also starkly different from what one would have expected. Meeting him was hardly likely. But, he has his own network, which had assured me that he would get in touch. He did, one evening. He walked in — in beret cap, the typical Baloch beard shaven off. Wearing a jeans and shirt, he had no resemblance with any of his common photos available on websites, or seen in newspapers.
LONDON: The Baloch Diaspora has paid rich tributes to legendary assassinated leader Nawab Akbar Bugti who was killed in a military action in the mountains of Dera Bugti district on August 26, 2006.
Baloch Republican Party (BRP) organised a seminar on the occasion of sixth anniversary of Nawab Bugti at the University College, London which was attended by Baloch activists from across the United Kingdom.
Banuk Hooran Baloch is the organizer of Baloch Republican Party Women Wing’s Quetta zone. She has been playing an important role in the party. She belongs to the Sumalani tribe of Mastung. She was born in a middle-class and prominent family. She got early education from Mastung and did matriculation from Quetta and now is a student of BA and has a deep eye on politics of Balochistan. She has been playing a conspicuous role in motivating the women wing of Baloch Republican Party.
Occupied Balochistan:Baloch Republican Party has formed its women wing Shal unit and a large number of women have announced to join the party. The organizing committee of the women wing was also assembled as Miss Hooran Baloch was appointed its chief, Miss Washi Baloch as deputy organizer and Gulnaz Baloch will be its information secretary and the organizing committee is consisted of total eleven members.
In these troublous situations when the occupying state of Pakistan is pursuing the worst genocidal policies against the occupied and oppressed Baloch people and the Baloch youth are picked, detained, tortured, martyred and dumped on daily basis, the participation of the Baloch women to the national struggle for liberation is a pleasant deed and a major development in the movement.
Occupied Balochistan:Baloch Republican Party’s (BRP) central spokesman Sher Mohammad Bugti said in a press release, that Pakistani occupying forces are conducting a massive military offensive in Kohistan Marri region of Balochistan from last many days where heavy aerial bombardment is still going on which so far has claimed more than a dozen lives of innocent Baloch people and many have been wounded. Innocent Baloch populations of the area are forced to migrate.
Many areas of Kohistan Marri region including Bhambor, Tratani, Tadri and adjoining are completely under heavy bombardment of occupying Pakistani forces and it is now being extended to many parts of Dera Bugti where more innocent human lives are feared to be massacred.
Geneva: Baloch independence leader Brahamdagh Bugti has said that any foreign intervention in Balochistan is unacceptable and is also against the interference of the United Sates and Pakistan.In an interview with BBC Urdu, Mr Bugti said that time has expired for arranging talks and conferences on Balochistan issue, a reference to recently held Balochistan Conference in Islamabad.
The Baloch leader, who has applied for a political asylum in Switzerland has said that “if anybody wants to talk, recognizing Balochistan, doors are opened for negotiations”
Replying a query, Bugti said that several Baloch leaders were agreed on independent Balochistan but there was no consensus among them. However, he said it was not necessary that there should be unity among the Baloch on the issue and the aim could also be achieved without it.
Occupied Balochistan: The pro-freedom Baloch Republican Party (BRP) has warned in a statement that the people of Balochistan will foil the wicked design of Pakistan and other imperialist forces in Balochistan.
A statement released by BRP’s central spokesperson said that Gawadar port is the property of Baloch Nation but the occupying state of Pakistan is trying to make it operational to save its crumbling economy. According to the international laws, if a port in not accessible to the government or that government is unable to make it operational such a place is not considered as a port. Gawadar port is a similar example where Pakistan does not have ability and eligibility to run it.