Daily Archives: March 27, 2013

Balochi Language Writer, Journalist Goes Missing From Karachi

Haji-Abdul-Razzaq-Baloch-abducted-march26-2013KARACHI: A Balochi language writer, journalist and social activist, Haji Abdul Razaaq Baloch, has gone missing from Karachi’s Liyari area, family sources confirmed.

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.

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Activists of BRP and BRSO took out a protest rally in Turbat against forced annexation, atrocities in Balochistan.

brp-rally-in-turbatOccupied 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.

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Baloch activists in Germany protest against Balochistan’s occupation

561bfa76-9197-b26aGermany: Koln 24 March 2013: Baloch Community Germany staged a protest demonstration in Koln city to condemn the occupation of Balochistan, on 27 March 1948, by Pakistan.

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.

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