BALOCHISTAN: The spokesperson of the Baloch National Movement (BNM), disclosing the details of ongoing Pakistani operations in Occupied Balochistan, said that on December 21, 2015, a nine years old girl, Samreen Fida Hussein was killed after receiving bullet wounds when the Pakistani army opened indiscriminate fire on the village of Jath in Dasht Bal Nigwar. Samreen died on her way to the hospital in Turbat.
On the same day in Murmasi Mashkey the Pakistani army torched, after looting valuables, the homes of Gwahram son of Umait, five housing units; Muhammad Bux and his brothers, ten housing units; homes of Abdullah son of Jummal, four housing units; Abdullah son of Khan Muhammad, five housing units.
The Pakistani army’s onslaught on Raaghe continues for a second week, many towns and villages have been erased from the face of the Earth and instead military bases have been setup by the Pakistani forces and scores of Baloch civilians have been abducted by the Pakistani army.
Many towns and villages around Besema have been razed by the Pakistani military for facilitating the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).
The spokesperson said that the CPEC is a policy of Baloch genocide, its only implications for the Baloch nation are the ethnic cleansing of the Baloch from their homeland, the only solution to which is independence, for which the Baloch will sacrifice everything.
The Pakistani army is perpetrating more acts of ethnic cleansing in Kalat and Mustang where the CPEC will be joined with the Regional Cooperation Development (RCD) highway. Recently coal deposits have also been discovered in both areas.
Different towns and villages in and around Kalat and Mustang are under a military blockade by the Pakistani army. The primary school of Tarqawi, Ispilinji is being used as a military base by Pakistani security forces to carry out its ethnic cleansing operations against the locals, that include looting agricultural produce, livestock, firewood and valuables from homes. Many residents have been forced to relocate from their hometowns. The towns are suffering from a shortage of food and medical supplies because of the blockade.
The spokesperson said that there is not a single day when the Baloch do not receive a mutilated corpse of an enforced disappearances victim, or a Baloch settlement is subjected to a military crackdown or an abduction. The spokesperson concluded “Pakistani atrocities are intensifying by the day because of the indifference of the international community, the world media and human rights organizations towards the crimes against humanity being committed by Pakistan and its security force.”