Occupied Balochistan: The chairman of Voice for Baloch Missing Persons on Tuesday said intelligence agencies of Pakistan planned to kill leadership, activists of his Organisation and the family members of enforced-disappeared Baloch.
Nasrullah Baloch, the chairman of VBMP and Abdul Qadeer Baloch, Vice Chairman held a press conference outside Quetta Press Club to inform the media and public about the life threats they have constantly been receiving from Pakistani security agencies.
BHRC Seriously Concerned Over Death Threats to Abdul Qadeer Baloch, VBMP Members by Pakistani ISI Death Squads in Balochistan:
Toronto: Baloch Human Rights Council (Canada) has expressed serious concerns regarding the life-threatening statements against Abdul Qadeer Baloch and members of Voice of Baloch Missing Persons published in Daily Tawar, Quetta. The Balochistan-based daily newspaper published a statement of Tehreek-e-Nifaz-e-Amn Balochistan, an ISI death squad, stating that Abdul Qadeer Baloch and VBMP members should quit their struggle or be prepared to face elimination.
Tehreek-e-Nifaz-e-Amn Balochistan is responsible for the extra-judiciary killings and abductions of a large number of Baloch political activists.
Farzana Majeed Baloch with Zakir Majeed's picture
ISLAMABAD, April 30: Zakir Majid Baloch was picked up from Mastung three years ago. He was on his way to a university where he was enrolled as an MA English student. Zakir had always wanted to go to Balochistan University in Quetta but it was impossible for him to get admission there. According to his sister Farzana Majid, his political activities in the Baloch Student Organization-Azad made him an unpopular pick for most academic institutions. It was most likely also the reason for his kidnapping: Farzana believes that the security agencies picked him up on June 8, 2009, to punish him for his activities.
“I just want my brother to come home. His political activities might be the reason that he was picked up but it is certainly not a legitimate one,” she explains.
Farzana is part of a delegation of family members that arrived in Islamabad on Sunday to set up a camp in front of the National Press Club. The families are organised under the Baloch Voice for Missing Persons (BVMP), a self-proclaimed apolitical lobby group with one sole purpose: to recover their loved ones.
The Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP) after camping in front of Karachi Press Club for more then three months has shifted their protest camp to Islamabad. They are protesting for last 754 days for the release of more then 14000 Baloch missing activists. The Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP) is an organisation consisting, families of Baloch missing activists and they are striving for their safe recovery.
Karachi: The Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP) has condemned the report of Human Rights Commission of Pakistan about the Baloch Missing Persons and victims of Kill & Dump policy of occupying forces of Pakistan saying that the figures listed in their report are not accurate.
Relatives of Baloch Missing Persons have been protesting for release of their loved ones from 692 days while its 60th day of protest in Karachi. It is to be noted that the VBMP and relatives of enforced disappeared Baloch have established a token hunger strike camp in front of Karachi Press Club which continues till this day. Peoples from different walks of lives visited the protest camp of relatives of Baloch Missing Persons to express solidarity with them.
Abdul Qadir Baoch is 19-years old young boy, he was kidnapped by police and intelligence agencies without any reason & charges at the middle of the night in front of his family members and after 2 days (3rd April 2011) he was produced to Pakistani media (Geo TV etc and BBC-Urdu) as a member of an organization “Lashkar E Balochistan”.
Sharif has surely won the confidence of key Baloch tribal elders by now and will continue to do so in the coming days but he still has a long way to go to win the hearts and minds of the disillusioned Baloch people with his deeds
Mian Mohammad Nawaz Sharif, the head of Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N), did not return home empty-handed from his two-day long visit to the volatile Balochistan province. The twice-elected prime minister notched ample scores to become confident to achieve the ‘required run rate’ before the next general elections or, say, the mid-term polls. The biggest achievement of Sharif was the decision of two highly influential Baloch to join his party.