Occupied Balochistan: Baloch Human Rights Organization (BHRO) organized a protest demonstration in front of Quetta Press Club, against the batten charge and firing on 27 March protest rally, non-recovery of Baloch missing persons and other human rights issues facing the Baloch nation.
Monthly Archives: March 2013
International human rights bodies urged to take immediate action to stop state atrocities against the Baloch people: BHRO
گوادرچین کی گہری وابستگی کے سبب، پاکستانی اسٹابلشمنٹ اور چینی مفادات کے درمیان، بلوچ قومپرستی کا نیا میدان جنگ بن جائے گا
جب کوئی شخص اپنے ابتدئی کلمات میں28 مئی 1998ء کو چاغی میں کیے گئے جوہری دھماکے کو تاریخی قرار دے تو یہ بات اس تحریر کو لکھنے کے مقصد کے بارے میں شکوک و شبہات پیدا کرتا ہے۔ مسٹر اسامہ نظامانی نے اپنے مضمون ”گوادر: پاکستان اور خطے کیلئے ایک ابھرتا ہوا مثالی نمونہ“ (ڈیلی ٹائمز، 19 مارچ، 2013) میں یہی کیا ہے۔ کسی بھی ایٹمی دھماکے کا جشن منانا ہیروشیما اور ناگاساکی کے متاثرین کی یاد میں ایک سیدھی سادی توہین ہے۔ یہ امر ’چیچک‘ اور ’وبائی موت‘ کو لوگوں کیلئے ایک نعمت کے طور پر انکا جشن منانے کے مترادف ہے۔ وہ ایٹمی دھماکہ کہ جس نے ایک پہاڑ کو مار ڈالا اور وہاں رہنے والوں پر اسکے منفی اثرات کو صرف وہی لوگ ایک تاریخی واقعہ قرار دے سکتے ہیں جو صرف اور صرف اس دنیا کو تباہ کرنے پر تلے ہوئے ہوں۔
New York, March 28, 2013–Pakistani authorities should determine the whereabouts of a Baluch journalist living in Karachi who was last seen on March 24, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today.
Haji Abdul Razzaq Baloch was last seen leaving his friend’s house in the Liyari neighborhood of Karachi, according to news reports. Razzaq has worked as a copy editor for the news desk of the Urdu-language pro-Baluch nationalist newspaper Daily Tawar, the reports said. He is also a member of the Baluch National Movement, a nationalist political organization.
Occupied Balochistan: Baloch nation observed the 27 March as a Black Day to mark the occupation of the Eastern Part of Balochistan by Pakistan on 27 March 1948.
The Baloch pro-freedom parties had appealed the Baloch nation to observe shutter-down strike and organise protest rallies to mark the day to express their hatred against occupation.
Ibrahim Baloch, a political activist was killed and dumped two day after his abduction, on 27 March 2013. Mr Ibrahim was a resident of Besima and his mutilated dead body was dumped in the Ferozabad area near Khuzdar, Balochistan.
Occupied Balochistan: Pakistani forces have started massive military offensives in different areas of Dera Bugti, Naseerabad, Jaffarabad and adjoining Jacobabad area. Several hundred vehicles of Pakistani forces laid a siege to many villages including Go pat, Muhan Pat, Sanri, Doda dibba and others in all three districts. Pakistani forces put fire on the entire villages and turned them into ashes.
Mr. Baloch’s family sources said he went missing between 9:00 pm to 11:00 pm on March 24. No one knows about his whereabouts since he was seen last.
Activists of BRP and BRSO took out a protest rally in Turbat against forced annexation, atrocities in Balochistan.
Occupied Balochistan: (25 Mar, 2013)Thousands took out a protest rally in Turbat organized by the Baloch Republican Party and Baloch Republican Student Organization against the illegal Pakistani occupation in Balochistan, March 17 massacre in Dera Bugti and human rights violations in Balochistan. The participants also included a large number of women and children. The rally was launched from boys and girls colleges Turbat at the same time and later headed toward National Bank square and then to Shaheed Fida square. From there the rally marched to Ata Shad square and passing through different streets of the city returned back to Shaheed Fida square where a sit-in was staged.
A large number of Baloch political activists including women and children took part in the protest to express their dislike for slavery and occupation. The aim of the protest was to inform the German government, European Union and the United Nations that Pakistan which is mistakenly considered an ally of international community in war against terrorism; in fact the military of Pakistan was a grave threat for Europe and rest of the civilised world.
“THESE elections are nothing but a tool deployed by the central government in Islamabad to suppress the voices and demands of the Baloch people,” says Dr Allah Nazar, a commander in the separatist Baloch Liberation Front (BLF), in an exclusive interview with Dawn.
Akhtar Mengal, the leader of the Balochistan National Party-Mengal (BNP-M), will be landing in Pakistan on Monday amid pressures from Baloch separatists and radical nationalists calling on him to boycott the 2013 elections.
“If Akhtar Mengal takes part in this sham of an election, he will have compromised with the very same security establishment that has been responsible for the deaths of hundreds if not thousands of Baloch,” says Nazar.