Germany: BNM observed 2 day token hunger strike for release of BSO-A Chairman Zahid Baloch

BNM Germany save Zahid Baloch

Berlin, Germany: Baloch National Movement (BNM) Germany chapter, organized a two day token hunger strike camp on the call of its central leadership. Camp was visited by many local social and political activists.

According to the press release of BNM, Germany chapter, two day token hunger strike camp on 7 & 8 May 2014 was organized by them against the gross human rights violation in Balochistan by Pakistan and the enforce disappearance of Baloch Students Organization Azad, Chairman Zahid Baloch by Pakistani state intelligence agency at Brandenburg Gate, Berlin.

Some activists of BNM sitting at the camp tied their hand and legs and were blindfolded; names plates of some enforced disappeared Baloch activists were hanging from their neck, symbolizing the thousands of abducted and missing Baloch activists by Pakistani state.

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The visitors at the camp were briefed by the Baloch activists about Balochistan’s history, how Pakistan occupied it in 1948, and from that day on Pakistan has be using cruel inhuman tactics to crush the inspiration of freedom in Baloch people.

Talking to visitors BNM activists told them BSO-Azad Chairman Zahid Baloch was illegally abducted by Pakistani state intelligence agency and FC in uniform in front of many witness on 18 March 2014 and his whereabouts are still unknown to his family and friends. To get BSO-Azad Chairman released a BSO-Azad CC member Latif Johar is on a hunger strike till death at Karachi since 22 April 2014 and both their life is in immense danger they added.

They appealed to the United Nation, European Union and America to take immediate action to save the life of Zahid Baloch, Latif Johar and thousands of Baloch enforces disappeared activist by Pakistan.   



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