KARACHI- The campaigner for the rights of missing persons and President of Voice of Baloch Missing Persons, Mama Qadeer Baloch has demanded recovery of all missing persons.
Daily Archives: March 18, 2014
Mama Qadeer demands recovery of all missing persons
Baloch insist US end Pakistan military aid
The Baloch community in the Pacific Northwest peacefully called on the US to end military aid to Pakistan.
“Balochistan is bleeding. Where are you UN?” This was one slogan written on one of the signs held by the Baloch protesters in Seattle, Washington on March 16.
The Baloch community in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States held a peaceful demonstration in Westlake Park, Seattle on Sunday voicing concern against human rights violations committed in Balochistan.
I Wish to See a Secular Balochistan
Interviewed by Roshan Ghimire
Fate may have moved Malik Siraj Akbar from the bucolic terrain of Balochistan to the beltways of Washington D.C, but Akbar’s fight for Balochistan continues even though he is far from home.
Akbar is a well-known journalist and a blogger from Balochistan, the largest province of the Pakistan. He was granted political asylum in the United States after facing threats for his writing. He is also the Editor-in- Chief of the Baloch Hal , the first online English newspaper of Balochistan, which is currently banned in Pakistan. In an exclusive interview with Story South Asia, Malik spoke about the issues of press freedom, human right violations and the future of Balochistan.