Monthly Archives: March 2010
Pictures of the protest by Balochetawaar.com
London, March 29 (ANI): Baloch and Sindhi activists here have demanded that Pakistan be declared a ‘terrorist state’.
A large number of people from the two communities converged in front of the BBC World Service office in London to protest and observe Pakistan’s illegal occupation of the “independent state” of Balochistan on March 27, 1948, a day that has since been declared as ‘Black Day’.
Occupied Balochistan: The family members of Haji Murad Khan Marri have strongly rejected FC’s colonel Asad Shahzad Khatak’s claims that they have arrested a “what he described wanted criminal” from chaman on 27 March 2007. FC has also claimed that large sum of foreign currency and weapons were seized from his possession.
Who is Murad Khan Marri and when was he arrested, here is what the relatives and Voice for Baloch Missing Person say about him.
Dr. Zaffar Baloch talk about March 27 Black Day on Gwank Radio
The message was conveyed through an intermediary, who is himself a prominent activist.
Nawab Marri has been the main face of the Baloch resistance for nearly four decades and it is his vision and steadfastness that has kept the Baloch struggle alive. His son, Mir Bala’ach Marri, 41, gave his life for Balochistan as he struggled to get the birth rights of the Baloch people.
A second son Mir Hyrbyair Marri is considered a Baloch national hero, along with Nawab Brahumdagh Bugti and Dr. Allah Nazar Baloch.
It is a matter of great pride for American Friends of Balochistan and fraternal Baloch Human Rights Council of Canada to get this message from Nawab Marri.