“We were happy, as people told us we would be rich, but now, this has turned into a nightmare and the black gold has become a black snake that is displacing us from our ancestral land,”
Thario Halepoto village is located in the Thar desert in south-eastern Pakistan, around 400 kilometers east of the port city of Karachi.
You can hear the scream of peafowl and bells sounding around the necks of grazing goats and cows. Women wearing colourful clothes carrying water pitchers on their head walk between the sand dunes.
Around 1,000 households live in the village, the majority of them part of the Halepoto clan.
Baloch national leader and president of Baloch Republican Party (BRP) Nawab Brahumdagh Bugti delivered his speech in event of American Friend Of Balochistan (AFB) in Washington DC, where party activists and people from various part of the world participated on the occasion and paid their respect to Shaheed Nawab Akbar Bugti on his 10th martyrdom anniversary.
This is a first such joint protest by the activists belonging to different organisations for a common purpose of ceasing CPEC activities
LONDON: Baloch and Sindhi leaders held a joint protest against the ongoing China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) in Balochistan outside the Chinese Embassy in London.
This is a first such joint protest by the activists belonging to different organisations for a common purpose of ceasing CPEC activities and preventing gross human rights violations.
Dr. Tayib Baloch provided medical aid not only to the downtrodden in the neighborhood but also to Baloch political activists who could not risk visiting a hospital for fear of being detained or disappeared by the Pakistani security forces.
Pusan, South Korea July 24, 2016: Baloch National Movement (BNM) South Korea held a protest against Pakistan army brutal atrocity in Balochistan.
Protest was held at Someoyon Underground Market in Pusan city of South Korea where a large number of people participated. BNM leaders distributed pamphlets to highlight the war crimes committed by Pakistan in Balochistan.
Baloch veteran and writer Mir Mohammad Ali Talpur shares his memories about the Baloch martyrs of July 15, 1960.
No retreat! No Surrender! No compromise!
On June 30th 2015, Pakistani Army attacked Mehi village in Mashkay, some 400km from Quetta, the hometown of Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) supreme commander Dr. Allah Nazar Baloch. Army began aerial shelling and spraying bullets with helicopter gunships on the village and nearby mountains and then ground troops moved in breaking into civilian houses. In that carnage totally 11 people were brutally massacred including Dr. Allah Nazar’s elder brother Safar Khan and two of his nephews Suleman aka Shehak and Zakir Baloch.
Suleman was a commander of BLF. The family was gathered there for the funeral of Suleman’s father who passed away on June 29. Among the martyred only four were members of BLF and rest were non combatant civilians.