By Abdulla Baluch
The difficulty with such parties stems from their misrepresentation of the Baluch struggle and the sense of Baluch people’s belonging at open and democratic forums. Their approach to the Baluch issue is a treacherous act at a time where pro-independent Baluch leaders and activists are actively engaging international politicians in search of a broad international recognition and support to the liberation of Baluchistan.
In the first half of the October 2013, two events were held at the European Parliament to discuss the issue of Baluch and Baluchistan.
The first event albeit with little importance was organised by a non-governmental organisation the “Un-represented Nations & Peoples Organisation” to promote a forged working plan for Baluch, Kurds, Arabs and others in a supposedly representative Iran on 9th Oct 2013. It was attended by Baluch, Kurdish, Arab political parties.
WASHINGTON, DC: Members of the Baloch community protested outside the White House on Wednesday morning as Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif met with U.S. President Barrack Obama as a part of his three-day long trip to Washington, D.C.
The protesters, who came from different U.S. cities, condemned Islamabad’s fresh military operations against Baloch political activists, including the kill and dump activities and forced disappearances attributed to Pakistani intelligence agencies. Native Balochs from Irani and Pakistani Balochistan attended the protest while several American citizens also participated in the march outside the U.S. president’s residence.
BSO-Azad’s central spokesman has issued a statement condemning Pakistani military operation in quake affected areas of Awaran and Mashkay. The quake victims, who are already struggling for survival under miserable conditions, have to go through further intense military operations.
: Almost a month has been passed to the deadly Balochistan earthquake and the United Nationas (UN)’s Food Security Cluster (FSC) in a report issued on Wednesday cautioned for another disaster in the strife-torn province as majority of the earthquake survivors are facing acute food shortage.