Murder of Waqar Naseer shows ‘naked aggression’ of the Pakistani forces: BSO-Azad

shaheed-waqas-naseer-balochBALOCHISTAN: The central spokesperson of the Baloch Student Organization – Azad (BSO-Aza) in a press release has said that the murder of Waqas Naseer in a broad daylight by the Pakistani forces shows their naked aggression. Waqar Naseer was taken off from a passenger bus near Wadh area of Khuzdar by the Pakistani occupying forces. Waqar Naseer was identified by forces after checking his ID card, and he was brutally tortured in front of people before his murder. Waqar is the son of Naseer Baloch, a leader of Baloch Republican Party (BRP) and the president of South Korea chapter.

Pakistan is accelerating her aggression by continuing the forceful disappearances of Baloch youths and dumping their bullet riddled bodies.

Spokesperson has further said that the ‘Long March’ of Voice For Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP) is an historical protest. The participation of the Baloch populace in the caravan of families of enforced-disappeared Baloch is a sign of defeat of Pakistani occupiers.

BSO-A spokesperson added, the continous struggle of the families of Baloch missing persons through hunger strikes, protest demonstrations, rallies and by adopting all peaceful ways of protest has grabbed the attention of International bodies. The working group of ‘United Nations’ during their visit to Balochistan had showed their serious concerns regarding the issue of Baloch missing persons and several reports being also published by the various international human rights bodies. Pakistani aggression in Balochistan has also discussed at international forums. But despite all of that, no serious actions taken by the United Nations. The silence of international organizations are further encouraging Pakistan to continue the Baloch genocide. Even the victims of natural calamity (Earthquake) are also brutalized by the Pakistani forces.

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