Wronged souls don’t vanish: an obituary of Zaman Khan Marri – By Mir Mohammad Ali Talpur
Toronto, Sept 03, 2012 – Baloch Human Rights Council (Canada) and International Voice for Baloch Missing Persons jointly called for a protest rally in Toronto to commemorate the International Day of the Disappeared and draw attention to the enforced disappearances in Balochistan.
Baloch, Sindhi, and Kashmiri community members took part in the peaceful protest and expressed their solidarity with the people of Balochistan in their struggle for rights and freedom from occupation. The peaceful protesters carried placards and chanted slogans against the Iranian and Pakistani authorities and demanded immediate end to atrocities committed against the Baloch people.
Occupied Balochistan: Unknown miscreants have set on fire the protest camp of the families of enforced-disappeared Baloch activists. The VBMP has accused the Pakistani intelligence agencies for burning their camp and said that struggle for release of abducted Baloch will continue.
According to reports, unidentified miscreants set ablaze the token hunger-strike camp of Baloch missing persons on Tuesday. The VBMP and families of abducted Baloch protested outside Quetta Press Club and appealed to International Human Rights Organisation to take urgent notice of the incident. The protesters raised their voice in favour of the peaceful protest. They also chanted slogans against the government, FC and other security agencies.
Occupied Balochistan:Baloch Republican Party announces three days of mourning and calls for a complete shutter-down strike all over Balochistan against the brutal target killing of its political activists by Pakistani death squads in Khuzdar, Balochistan. The occupying state continues its genocidal policies in Balochistan. The state forces face terrible defeat by the Baloch freedom fighters and Baloch national struggle for freedom and now the state forces have lost their nerves and they are indiscriminately targeting the common innocent Balochs and political activists.