July 5: Shaheed Faizullah Bangulzai

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July 4, 2022 · 3:00 am

کیا میں آپ کے لیے کچھ لکھ سکتا ہوں؟

محمد خان داؤد

شاید ہاں؟

شاید نہیں؟

نہیں میں آپ کے لیے کچھ نہیں لکھ سکتا

اور کیسے لکھ سکتا ہوں

اور لکھوں بھی تو کیا؟

بہت غور کرنے پر

میں یہی سمجھ پایا ہوں کہ

آپ کے اندر ایک عظیم ماں کی روح ہے

وہ مائیں نہیں جو چرواہا جنتی ہیں

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June 30: Baloch Martyrs of Mehi

Baloch Martrys of Mehi

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June 29, 2022 · 3:30 am

Baloch Martyrs of Mehi

Martrys of MehiMehi is a small village in district Awaran, approximately 600 Km from Quetta, the capital of Pakistani occupied Balochistan. It is the birth place of Dr. Allah Nazar Baloch, the commander of Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) and the bastion of struggle for the independent Balochistan.

Dr. Allah Nazar Baloch and all his male family members are on the list sanctioned by the Military Intelligence and handed to the death squad contract killers with orders to “search & destroy” with immediate effect.

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Jan 30: Martyrs of Mastung

Dr.  Manan Baloch, his Colleagues Murdered in Cold Blood by Pakistani ISI

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Pictures: Baloch Martyrs of Mehi

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June 30: Shaheed Malik Noor Ahmed Qambrani

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June 29: Shaheed Toor Khan Marri

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June 28, 2022 · 3:10 am

June 29: Shaheed Ibrahim Saleh Baloch

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June 28, 2022 · 3:00 am

Sindhi, Baloch, and Pashtun Meeting Demands Self-Rule & Sovereignty Over Natural Resources and Political Affairs

Toronto, 06/25/2022: At a seminar hosted by the World Sindhi Congress – Canada chapter, representatives of the oppressed nations, Sindhi, Baloch, Pashtun, and Seraiki, presented a broad range of issues related to the several decades of Pakistani state atrocities, human rights violations, and systematic discrimination against the indigenous population in Sindh, Balochistan, and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. 

Progressive writers, journalists, and poets attended the seminar and expressed their views on politics, the history of the Subcontinent, and the rising tide of Islamist extremism sponsored by the Pakistani state and its security apparatus.

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