دشمن کے 195سے زائد فوجی اہلکار ہلاک کرنے کے بعد 72 گھنٹوں میں مکمل ۔ بی ایل اے
بلوچ لبریشن آرمی نے 2 فروری 2022 کو شام 8 بجے آپریشن گنجل کا آغاز کیا، جسے بی ایل اے کے مجید بریگیڈ نے 72 گھنٹوں کی طویل لڑائی کے بعد اپنے تمام مقاصد حاصل کرتے ہوئے کامیابی سے پایہ تکمیل تک پہنچایا۔
آپریشن گنجل میں مجید بریگیڈ کے 16 فدائین نے حصہ لیا، جن میں سے 9 فدائین نوشکی اور 7 پنجگور حملے کا حصہ تھے۔ فدائین نے 72 گھنٹوں کی لڑائی میں مجموعی طور پر دشمن کے دو مختلف کیمپوں پر قبضہ کیا، اس دوران دشمن کے 3 افسران سمیت 195 سے زائد فوجی اہلکار ہلاک کیئے گئے، جن میں سے 90 سے زائد نوشکی میں مارے گئے، نوشکی میں مارے جانے والوں میں تقریباً ایف سی کے 55 اہلکار، کوئٹہ سے بلائے گئے 18 ایس ایس جی کمانڈوز اور 7 فائیو لائٹ کمانڈوز شامل ہیں اور پنجگور میں مجموعی طور پر کم از کم 105 اہلکار ہلاک کیئے گئے، جن میں ایف سی کے 85 اہلکار، 20 ایس ایس جی کمانڈوز شامل ہیں۔ اس دوران ایک فوجی ڈرون مار گرایا گیا، ایک ہیلی کاپٹر کو نشانہ بنایا گیا جسکے گرنے کی تصدیق نہیں ہوسکی، دو بکتربند گاڑیاں تباہ کی گئیں جبکہ دونوں کیمپوں کو جزوی طور پر تباہ کیا گیا۔
February 16, 2016 VANCOUVER: Aziz Baloch coordinator of International Voice for Baloch Missing (IVBMP) in Canada has organized a one-day awareness campaign against Pakistani and Iranian governments’ acts of committing crimes against humanity in Balochistan.
The representative of Baloch Community, Ayesha Baloch and Khuda Baksh also joined and helped to organise the campaign to highlight on going military attacks against Baloch people across Balochistan.
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By Aziz Baloch
” I have been frequently visiting Punjab Province and try to pursue the leaders of Punjab and asking them to read the writing on the wall, I have been pleading with them to join the struggle of smaller nationalities legitimate right rather to presume the lead winning the confidence of smaller nationalities, the apathy shown by ruling class sometime leads me to think that the position taken by my comrades, which I have been dismissing as subjective, is perhaps not so; on the contrary I now tend to ask myself am I the victim of flawed line of thinking? Is it a sense of frustration that lives in me from correctly evaluating the reality driven stand point (independence of Balochistan) of my comrades.” These are the words from prominent Baloch parliamentarian leaders late Mir Ghaus Bakhsh Bizenjo. He said this prior of two month in his death. “In search of Solutions: The Autobiography of Mir Ghaus Bakhsh Bizenjo”
Canada, Vancouver: November 13, 2013. Remembrance Day is an annual occasion for Baloch nation. The International Voice for Baloch Missing Persons Canada (IVBMP) and Baloch Human Rights Council of Canada (BHRC) jointly hold Remembrance Day and pay tribute to the countless Baloch souls. Canadian Baloch students also expressed their support of Voice for Baloch Missing Person (VBMP) long march from Quetta to Karachi.
Collateral Damage had the chance of interviewing Aziz Baloch on the occasion of the long march from Quetta to Karachi by Baloch activists to demand the recovery of the abducted Baloch persons. Aziz is the Canadian co-ordinator of the International Voice for Baloch Missing Persons and the Vice President of the Baloch Human Rights Council of Canada.
Despite a democratic transition, military operation continues in Balochistan. Why has the Pakistani state failed to put an end to army action in the province?
Let me be clear from a Baloch perspective: this is not a democratic government and the Baloch people spoke loud and clear in the May 2013 election by boycotting it. It was not an election but simply a selection by Pakistani Army and the Frontier Corp (FC) in Balochistan.
Toronto – Baloch Human Rights Council (Canada) strongly condemned the attempted assault on the life of Hammal Haider, Central Committee member of Baloch National Movement in London, UK. The assault took place when Mr. Haider was walking with a friend to his residence in a neighbourhood dominated mostly by Pakistani immigrants.
The assailant lunged at Mr. Haider from a dark street corner, brandishing a sword-like dagger and shouting profanities at him – “Traitor, infidel, we will never let you break Pakistan.” When Mr. Haider’s friend tried to intervene, he too was shouted at by the attacker who seemed to be in his late 20s and spoke with a Punjabi accent. Mr. Haider’s life was saved with the sudden appearance of a group of people, which made the assailant nervous and he finally fled the scene.
Canada, Vancouver: International Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (IVBMP) and Baloch Human Rights Council of Canada ( BHRC) organised a one day awareness campaign at Vancouver Art Gallery to inform common Canadians about ongoing Human Rights violations in Balochistan. The Baloch activists distributed pamphlets and displayed images innocents Baloch children and mothers and relatives of abducted Baloch appealing to the United Nations and international community to help release their abducted loved ones form the custody of Pakistan and Iran.
Occupied Balochistan: The Baloch Doctors Forum on Friday said it was a positive step that doctors from interior Balochistan including Hub, Mastung and Dera Bugti joined Baloch Doctors’ Forum.
The BDF assured that it will meet the expectations of those friends who trusted their organisation and joined them.
The central spokesperson of BDF in his press release urged the government to arrest the abductors of Dr Abdul Aziz Baloch and the killer of Dr Lakhi Chand Baloch. Moreover he said, “The government has failed to arrest the killers of professor surgeon Dr Mazar Khan Baloch, Dr Naseem Baloch, Dr Baqir Shah, Dr Dawood, Aziz Baloch and Dr Hameed Bangulzai. Whereas Dr Deen Mohammad Baloch and Dr Akbar Marri are missing from past four years and the perpetrators involved in their abduction have not been arrested.”
Baloch community of British Columbia and Baloch Community of Seattle together held a successful cultural event at Simon Fraser University in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada on Saturday March 31st 2012 with distingusihed speakers and display of Baloch arts the event had much to offer.
Hussain Baloch, a Simon Fraser University student took care of the stage with his opening statement. “My family made the big move to Canada when I was a very young little boy, and growing up here in Canada which is an obvious multicultural country, I think one of the most common questions that any Canadian gets asked on a daily basis is where your ethnic background is from? And being a Baloch, it was always a tricky question to answer, and the reason being was no one had heard of it, always left a confused look on people’s faces once they heard it. Who, what, and where are the Baloch people, well that’s what we are here to discover today.”
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An Agent Provocateur or a Baloch McCarthy in the Making:
BHRC (Canada) Responds to Accusations by Ahmer Mustikhan
Toronto, Jan.-12-12 – Baloch Human Rights Council (Canada) has expressed concern over the string of emails received by BHRC office bearers in Toronto and Vancouver from Ahmer Mustikhan, a self-proclaimed journalist and resident of Washington, DC. The disturbing contents of the emails stated baseless accusations and threats to Aziz Baloch, Vice President, BHRC (Canada) and co-ordinator, International Voice for Baloch Missing Persons. In his emails, Mustikhan, founder of American Friends of Balochistan, accused Aziz Baloch of supporting a murder that took place in Balochistan (southwest province of Pakistan). Furthermore, in his emails, Mustikhan threatened Aziz Baloch that he would report him to the Canadian authorities, police, and RCMP for his alleged support to terrorism and murdering of civilians, namely Imtiaz Ahmed of Balochistan National Party by Baloch militants in late December 2010. This document is a case presentation of Mustikhan’s history of yellow journalism, blackmail, extortion, harassment, and intimidation of Baloch political personalities and activists. He calls his writings ‘guerrilla journalism’ and believes that he can get whatever he wants from his victims by intimidating them of dire consequences if the demands were not met.
Read: BHRC Letterhead – response to Mustikhan in PDF