According to details two bullet-riddled bodies were found dumped in a desolate place near Kajori area of Musakhel district on Wednesday morning (25/04/2012). According to Levies officials, passers-by spotted the bodies and informed the nearby Levies centre. The bodies were taken to a nearby hospital where the victims were identified as Nabi Baksh Baloch and Nadeem Ahmed Baloch.
Monthly Archives: April 2012
ا 1973 تا 1977 کی فوجی کارروائی کے دوران جنگی علاقے میں ہزاروں بے گناہ افراد جاں بحق ہو ئے، ہزاروں داخلی طور پربے گھر ہوئے
مسٹر اکرام سہگل کی ’نیوز لائن‘ مارچ 2012 میں چھپنے والی تحریر ”بابتِ سلطنت اور فوج “ بلوچ کےخلاف غلط معلومات اور تعصب کی ایک پوٹلی ہے۔ وہ اس بات پر مضطرب ہیں کہ میڈیا صرف اور صرف سیکورٹی اسٹابلشمنٹ کو ہی بلوچستان بحران کا ذمہ دار ٹھہراتی ہے، وہ دعویٰ کرتے ہےں کہ، ”ہمارے زیادہ تر مسائل کی بنیاد کود کر نتائج اخذ کرنا ہے ، جو غلط معلومات پر مبنی ہوتی ہیں اور پھر جان بوجھ کر ان نصف سچائیوں کا مسخ کرنا ہے تاکہ وہ عوام کے خیال کے مطابق ہوں۔“ انہیں لگتا ہے کہ، ”موزونیت سے عاری میڈیا کا علیحدگی پسند رہنماو¿ں کا پروجیکشن نسلی تقسیم اور تشدد کی حوصلہ افزائی کرتا ہے۔“ شاید وہ یہ سوچتے ہےں کہ بلوچ جدوجہد اور ریاست کی طرف سے مظالم محض ذرائع ابلاغ کے تخیل کی ایک منگڑھنت کہانی ہے۔
Khan Mohammed Marri was severally tortured before he was killed. His both ears were chopped off. Different parts of his body where cut opened by sharp object and filled with salt and pepper then stitched back. Marks of electric shock and cigarette burns were visible all over his body. His head was chopped off with the burst of gunfire then stitched back.
According to detail, Balochistan Levies official said some passers-by spotted the bodies and informed them. The officials shifted the bodies to the Pishin Civil Hospital. The bodies bore multiple marks of torture and were partially mutilated, hospital sources said, adding that the bodies were later shifted toQuetta. On Sunday 22 April 2012 they were identified as Khan Mohammed Alias Khany Marri and Jahangir.
During the 1973-1977 army action in conflict zones, thousands of innocent people were killed, tens of thousands were internally displaced
Mr Ikram Sehgal’s “Of Empire and Army” (Newsline, March 2012) is a bundle of misinformation and bias against the Baloch. Perturbed that the media holds the security establishment solely responsible for the Balochistan crisis, he claims, “Most of our problems stem from jumping to conclusions that are based on misinformation, and then deliberately distorting those half-truths to suit mass perception.” He feels, “Disproportionate media projection of the separatist leaders encourages ethnic divisions and violence.” He probably thinks the Baloch struggle and the atrocities by the state are a figment of the media’s imagination.
Baloch Republican Party has released the video evidence of Pakistani Military brutalities in Dera Bugti
Occupied Balochistan:This is a video proof of Pakistani occupying forces offensives in RD 238 area of Sui, Dera Bugti on March 30, 2012, where Pakistani forces set ablaze entire village into ashes,and an aged-woman namely Banuk Sazi Bibi was burnt alive. She later succumbed to her injuries and passed away. Many Cattles were also burnt alive as can be seen in the video.
Where are the so-called Human Rights Organization to take notice of these crimes against humanity by Pakistani forces in Occupied Balochistan.
I am not scared of threats; I will continue the mission for recovery of abducted Baloch activists: Qadeer Baloch
The interview of vice chairman of Voice for Baloch Missing Persons with Daily Tawar
The Vice Chairman of Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP), Qadeer Baloch, has been protesting for the recovery of Baloch Missing Persons from past over two years. The VBMP has been protesting in different cities and towns of Baloch and abroad i.e. Islamabad and Karachi for the safe recovery of abducted Baloch. Hundreds of abducted Baloch including the son of Qadeer Baloch, Mr Jalil Reki were killed and dumped by Pakistani security agencies – and the massacre of continues! So does the protest of families of Baloch missing persons. Currently Qadeer Baloch is sitting in a protest camp in front of Karachi Press Club. In recent days he has been under immense pressure from the administration of Press Club to end the protest camp.
Following is his interview with DailyTawar (www.dailytawar.com) an Urdu daily published from Mastung Balochistan. Tawar mostly covers the issues about the current situations of Balochistan.