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May 2, 2017 · 9:46 am

Qambar Chakar: A Man and a Myth

by: Baloch Students Action Committee, BUITEMS

Birth of a Leader

In Shahi Tump, a far-flung town of Balochistan in Kech (Turbat) district, the house of Chakar Baloch was overflowed with merriness and gleaming lights over the birth of the first son, Qambar. The boy was to become an inspriational leader for the Baloch people soon after entering his teen ages. One day, some ill-fated soldiers of darkness would walk, take this light away to the shadow of torture and death. His was a story of celebrations in unison. When he was born, the whole family, even the entire town cheered up with uncontrollable delight. When he was killed, the whole of Balochistan wept. His was a song of happiness and a melancholy.

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طلباء کیلئے سیاست کیوں ضروری ہے

تحریر: میر محمد علی ٹالپر

ترجمہ : لطیف بلیدی

مورخہ 26 نومبر 1967 بلوچ اسٹوڈنٹس آرگنائزیشن کا یوم تاسیس ہے اور اب اسکی عمر 49 برس ہوگئی ہے۔

Mir Muhammad Ali Talpurان تمام سالوں کے دوران اس نے بہت سارے اتار چڑھاو دیکھے ہیں لیکن اس نے بلوچ قومی جدوجہد میں اپنی صلاحیتوں کا لوہا منوایا ہے اور اس کا ہر اول دستہ رہا ہے اور مستقبل کی بلوچ قیادت کیلئے یہ ایک نرسری ہے۔ اب اسے اور بھی زیادہ بھاری ذمہ داری اٹھانی ہے: اسے بلوچ نوجوانوں کو سیاسی اور علمی دونوں میدانوں رہنمائی کرنی ہے کیونکہ پاکستانی اسٹابلشمنٹ بلوچستان میں اپنے استحصال اور نا انصافیوں کیخلاف سیاسی طور پر آگاہ اور تعلیم یافتہ نوجوانوں کو سب سے بڑا خطرہ سمجھتی ہے۔ بی ایس او (آزاد) نے اپنی میراث کی پاسداری وفاداری سے کی ہے۔

کینیڈا میں مقیم بلوچ طلبا اور دوستوں نے مجھے ”طلباء کیلئے سیاست کیوں ضروری ہے“ پر کچھ لکھنے کیلئے کہا۔ جو کچھ میں نے لکھا اسے وہاں ایک سیمینار میں پڑھا گیا اور یہاں میں اسے آپ کے ساتھ شیئر کر رہا ہوں۔

Why politics is necessary for students

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Why politics is necessary for students

November 26, 1967, is the foundation day of the Baloch Students’ Organization and it is now 49 years old.

By: Mir Mohammad Ali Talpur

Mir Muhammad Ali TalpurIn the intervening years, it has seen a lot of ups and downs but has proved its mettle in the Baloch national struggle and remains as its vanguard, the nursery for the future Baloch leadership. Now it has to shoulder even more responsibilities: to educate, both politically and academically, the Baloch youth because the Pakistani establishment considers the politically-educated youth as the greatest threat to its exploitation and injustices in Balochistan. The BSO-Azad upholds its legacy faithfully.

Baloch students and friends in Canada asked me write something on “Why politics is necessary for students”. What I wrote was read there at a seminar and here I am sharing it with you.

طلباء کیلئے سیاست کیوں ضروری ہے

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Nov 26:Birth of Baloch Students Organization (BSO)

Birth of Baloch Students Organization

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May 02: Shaheed Fida Ahmed Baloch

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May 2, 2016 · 7:36 am

Qambar Chakar: A Man and a Myth

Qamber Chakar was abducted by Pakistani state intelligence agencies on 26 November 2010 from his house in Shahi tump. He bullet ridden body was found with his colleague student Illyas Nassar on 5 January 2011 from Pedark near Turbat. This article is being re-posted in his memory. (Baluch Sarmachar) 

by: Baloch Students Action Committee, BUITEMS

Birth of a Leader

In Shahi Tump, a far-flung town of Balochistan in Kech (Turbat) district, the house of Chakar Baloch was overflowed with merriness and gleaming lights over the birth of the first son, Qambar. The boy was to become an inspriational leader for the Baloch people soon after entering his teen ages. One day, some ill-fated soldiers of darkness would walk, take this light away to the shadow of torture and death. His was a story of celebrations in unison. When he was born, the whole family, even the entire town cheered up with uncontrollable delight. When he was killed, the whole of Balochistan wept. His was a song of happiness and a melancholy.

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