Baloch National poet Qazi Mubarak visits Voice for Baloch Missing Persons protest camp


VBMP-karachi-camp-qazi mubarakKarachi: The sit-in protest of the families of abducted Baloch have completed to 1003 days in total whereas 22 days in Karachi on Saturday.

The Baloch revolutionary poet Qazi Mubarak Baloch has visited the camp of VBMP to express his gratitude to the organisation on completion of their 1000 days protest for justice and freedom. Showing his solidarity with Mama Qadeer Baloch, vice chairman of Voice for Baloch Missing Persons, Mr Qazi said, “Baloch martyrs and enforced-disappeared persons have endured numerous brutalities and inhumane torture for national liberation of Balochistan.”

He also appreciated the tireless struggle of Qadeer Baloch adding that because of his hard and consistent work the VBMP has completed 1000 days of their protest camp and recorded a history. “The Baloch nation and I are proud of struggle of VBMP and Qadeer Baloch.”

He further said the Pakistani state barbarism and the discovery of over 600 mutilated bodies of Baloch abducted activists have energised the Baloch struggle. “The day is not for when Balochistan will reappear on the map of world as an independent country because first time in the history of Baloch struggle the current freedom movement is consistent and continuous.”

The vice chairman of Voice for Baloch Missing Persons, Mama Qadeer Baloch, has admired the Baloch national and revolutionary poet’s struggle and national poetry. He said, “Qazi’s revolutionary poetry has influenced the Baloch youth towards the national struggle. His poetry is the voice of Baloch freedom movement and the entire Baloch nation is proud of Qazi.”

Courtsey: Baloch Warna

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