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London: Baloch patriot leader Hyrbyair Marri has strongly condemned Pakistani security forces attack on a Masjid (Mosque) and houses of innocent people in Kharan, Balochistan. “The barbarity that Pakistan’s occupying forces showed when ransacking the Masjid and during the house-to-house search illustrates the frustration of a psychologically defeated army. The abduction of innocent youth and elderly people is an indication that Pakistan’s military considers themselves above the International Human Rights laws”, he said.
Sweden: A one-day seminar was held in Stockholm, the Capital of Sweden, on the ongoing Human Rights violation and the current situation of Balochistan. The Swedish Liberal Party (Folkpartiet) and a Sweden based Baloch political activist Mohammad Zainudini Baloch had organised the event.
Baloch leaders Hyrbyair Marri, Khan Suleman Daud Khan, Akhtar Mengal, Human Rights activists Angela Harvy and a representative of Amnesty International talked about the Baloch plight and the current situation of Balochistan.
On the 63rd anniversary of Baluchistan’s declaration of independence, Hayrbyar Marri, a prominent leader of the Baluch cause, speaks in an exclusive interview about one of the world’s most forgotten conflicts. “There is only one point to negotiate with Pakistan—insists Marri—and that’s the unconditional withdrawal of all occupation forces.”
Mr. Marri’s manner is slow and reserved and he stares directly into the eyes of his interviewer. One may feel somewhat uncomfortable initially, but soon realizes that his attitude is not defiant, rather it reflects the style of traditional Baluch leadership. In fact, we’ve seen him smile before the interview when he told us about his recent fatherhood, and again when he expressed regret over not having brought a certain copy of the New York Times along—the very one that announced Baluchistan’s declaration of independence 63 years ago today.
سندھی اور بلوچ گزشتہ 60 سالوںسے پاکستان کی جانب سے دہشتگردی کے مختلف مظاہرکا سامنا کررہے ہیں، آزادی بلوچ سرداروںیا نوابوںکے ہاتھ میںنہیں۔