Baloch Human Rights organization released a quarterly report on State terrorism and Human rights violation in Balochistan. The report comprises the events from January to April 2013 and listed names of those Balochs who were enforcely abducted and those who were extrajudicial killed.
In a released statement by BHRO it was said that the events of Human rights violation and state terrorism in Balochistan by the end of 1st quarter of 2013 shows a alarming condition in allover Balochistan . Human rights violation, state terrorism which includes mostly killings, operations, enforced abductions, mutilated bodies increased through the period.
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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.
Remembering Mir Gul Khan Naseer
‘The Poet of Balochistan’
14 May 1914 – 6 December 1983
Baloch Human Rights Council is organizing a memorial gathering in memory of Mir Gul Khan Naseer on Sunday 11 December 2011 at the University of London.
The memorial meeting is to pay tributes to great nationalist poet and political leader of Balochistan. One of pioneer revolutionary and nationalist poet of Balochistan, Mir Gul Khan Naseer is considered to be among the founding fathers of contemporary Baloch national struggle in Pakistan. As a leader of Kalat State National Party (KSNP) and National Awami Party (NAP), he was the close associate of Nawab Akbar Bugti, Nawab Khair Bakhsh Marri, Mir Gous Bakhsh Bizanjo and Sardar Ataullah Mengal. His literacy contribution includes many books on the history and politics of Balochistan.
Baloch Martyrs honoured at the Vancouver BHRC-IVBMP Joint Gathering
Vancouver, July 17, 2011 – International Voice for Baloch Missing Persons – Canada (IVBMP) and Baloch Human Rights Council – Canada (BHRC) jointly organized an event in Vancouver, Canada to honour the Baloch martyrs who paid the ultimate price for the freedom of Balochistan.
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Toronto, July 10, 2011 – Baloch Human Rights Council (Canada) and the International Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (IVBMP) held a joint memorial reference event for Prof. Saba Dashtyari who was murdered in cold blood on June 1, 2011 by the Pakistani military death squad in Quetta, Balochistan. A diverse group of people attended the event at the North York Civic Centre from communities including Baloch, Sindhis, Kashmiris, Ahwazi Arabs, and Turkoman to pay their respects to the revolutionary scholar, Prof. Dashtyari.
Opening Speech by President, BHRC (Canada) at the Memorial Reference for Martyred Prof. Saba Dashtyari in Toronto, Canada
Ladies and Gentlemen,
Good evening. On behalf of the Baloch Human Rights Council (Canada), I welcome you all today at this memorial reference for Prof. Saba Dashtyari, murdered in cold-blood by the Pakistani military intelligence agencies. He was hit with multiple shots fired at close range by automatic weapons on June 1, 2011 in Quetta, Balochistan.
Dear Organisers of this event,
I am sending this very short message just to say that it is our duty and moral responsibility to continue the struggle for liberation. It is also to pay my respects to Qandeel-e-Baloch professor Saba Dashtyari Baloch.
I cannot express in words the sacrifices of Baloch martyrs who had given the ultimate price for speaking the truth and exposing the occupying states’ atrocities against Baloch Nation. They preferred death with dignity over living under constant slavery. I salute the families of Baloch martyrs and of those who are suffering extreme torture in the custody of Pakistan and Iran. I feel the pain of those families and want to assure them that we will not let the sacrifices of their loved ones who are our heroes go in vain.
Mehran Baluch’s Message for Prof. Saba Dashtyari Memorial Reference in Toronto
Baloch national representative at the United Nations Human Rights Council, Mr. Mehran Baluch described the target killing of Prof. Saba Dashtyari by the Pakistani military death squads as a national tragedy and a loss that would take years to replace.
My dear comrades,
My apologies for not being able to attend today’s event commemorating the death Prof. Saba Dashtyari, murdered in cold blood by the death squads of the Pakistan army.
I wish I could have been here tonight, but I am recovering from cancer in a hospital and am wheelchair bound.
Prof. Dashtyari is not the first Baloch killed by Pakistan as it continues its occupation of a country. Pakistan had no business entering Kalat, let alone ruling it.
Since the assassination of Professor Dashtyari on June 1, I have added 20 dead to the database I maintain of Baloch missing and murdered. While I did not know Professor Dashtiyari personally, I know many who did. And I am all too familiar with their deep anguish, for I have seen how my friends suffer over the loss of each and every Baloch. And as I add names to this database, it leaves me wondering: How much suffering can a people take?