Monthly Archives: November 2017

Nov 26: Birth of Baloch Students Organization (BSO)

Birth of Baloch Students Organization

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November 25, 2017 · 3:00 pm

Nov 23: Shaheed Jalil Ahmed Reki & Shaheed Muhammed Younis Baloch

1Jalil Ahmed Reki and Muhammed Younis Baloch

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November 22, 2017 · 3:00 pm

Toronto Protest Demands Freedom for BSO-Azad Leader Sanaullah Baloch

Abducted Family of Sohnra Bugti, Nawaz Atta, Naseer, Hassam and Children

Toronto, Nov 19, 2017 – Baloch National Movement and BSO-Azad jointly protested today in Toronto to express their anger over the recent enforced disappearances by the Pakistani security forces in which more than a dozen students and children were abducted from their home in Karachi, Sindh. World Sindhi Congress expressed their solidarity and took part in the protest.

Baloch Students Organization – Azad General Secretary, Sanaullah Baloch and three other Central Committee members were picked up on Nov 15, 2017 from their home in Karachi during a raid by the ISI and Sindh Rangers. These illegal abductions by the Pakistani security forces have resulted in the torture and death of hundreds of political activists in Balochistan.

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Nov 20: Shaheed Mir Balach Marri

Shaheed Mir Balaach Marri

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November 19, 2017 · 3:00 pm

Nov 18: Shaheed Lala Hameed Baloch and Shaheed Hamid Ismail Baloch

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November 17, 2017 · 3:00 pm

Nov 13: Shaheed Mir Mohammad Mehrab Khan


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November 12, 2017 · 3:00 pm

Seeds and soil

Mir Mohammad Ali Talpur

As trees have seeds and mushrooms spores to grow from, similarly movements whether political or armed have historical seeds; movements do not happen without a reason. The Irish Republic is said to be the result of British callousness during the Irish Famine of 1845-1852; Bangladesh the result of Mohammad Ali Jinnah’s March 21, 1948 Dhaka speech about Urdu and then the continued injustices.

Balochistan issue arose when Khan of Kalat was forced to sign the instrument of accession on March 27, 1948. The soil for these seeds are people who are historically conscious of their political and social rights.

The Baloch struggle for their rights has simmered since, and has now and then boiled over into open armed insurgencies. These didn’t succeed in their aims but at the same time Pakistan, despite the use of military might was unable to crush the Baloch resistance.

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