1st August, 1928 is the day when Persian forces began their assault on Western Balochistan which culminated in the occupation of Western Balochistan and the surrender of Mir Dost Mohammad Khan Barakzai on 21st January, 1929.
11 August, 1947 is the day when Balochistan declared its independence in the wake of British withdrawal from India. Balochistan remained an independent country until it was finally occupied by Pakistan in April 1948.
In the context of these events with far reaching consequences for the Baloch in the coming years, the month of August is one of the important months in the Baloch history.
Baloch Human Rights Council (UK) will organize the event in London on 11, August 2013 in University of London as a remembrance day in which both these events will be analysed by various intellectuals and writers.
All Baloch and other Human rights activists, Freedom & peace loving people are requested to attend the event. Your participation is immensely appreciated.
Venue: Room 414, Birkbeck University of London, Malet, Street, Bloomsbury, WC1E 7HX
Date & Time: 11 August 2013 at 1.30 pm
Tube Stations: Russell Square and Euston Square,
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London, 8 August 2013