Chief of Balochistan Liberation Front Dr. Allah Nizar Baloch said that the judiciary is also complicit in Baloch genocide, enforced disappearances and other crimes against humanity along with Pakistani army. The recent judicial activism, the summoning of the Prime Minister and the remarks of the Chief Justice are nothing but an attempt to deceive the Baloch nation and create faith in the Pakistani judicial system. Within the Pakistani establishment, the judiciary is subordinate to military force. Subordinate institutions can never rebel against the axis of power.
He said that during his visit to Quetta, Shehbaz Sharif clearly said that regarding enforced disappearances he would talk to the related powers. Where the Chief Executive of the country publicly declares that he is helpless and powerless, it is not difficult to estimate the powers of a judge or the so-called judicial system.
Dr Allah Nazar Baloch, a pro-independence leader and head of the Balochistan Liberation Front, has said in a statement that Pakistani colonial projects and colonial systems are causing a clear increase in flood disasters in Balochistan. Dilapidated infrastructure and corrupt projects were washed away. On the other hand, more than a dozen dams have collapsed due to poor construction and could not withstand the water pressure. Balochistan has been submerged in floods, but the media and the Pakistani political system do not mention the flood and the flood victims. This alienation and indifference are enough to prove that our status is merely that of a slave nation and Pakistan’s interest lies in our resources and land. The Baloch nation is just a colonized in the Pakistani political system.
Before India’s independence and Pakistan’s creation, on 11 August 1947, Balochistan got independence. But it lasted only nine months as Pakistan occupied Balochistan on 27 March 1948. Since then, Balochistan has been fighting for its independence and for more than two decades one person–Dr Allah Nazar Baloch has been fighting tooth and nail against the Pakistani Army.
In an exclusive interview, Baloch Liberation Front (BLF) leader Dr Allah Nazar Baloch speaks with Mark Kinra about his journey in the field of politics, torture in Pakistani dungeons, the newly created BRAS group, the Iran connection, Barrick Gold, Baloch expectations from India and much more.
Mehi is a small village in district Awaran, approximately 600 Km from Quetta, the capital of Pakistani occupied Balochistan. It is the birth place of Dr. Allah Nazar Baloch, the commander of Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) and the bastion of struggle for the independent Balochistan.
Dr. Allah Nazar Baloch and all his male family members are on the list sanctioned by the Military Intelligence and handed to the death squad contract killers with orders to “search & destroy” with immediate effect.
Baloch pro independent leader Dr. Allah Nazar Baloch condemned the Nokondi and Chaghi incidents, saying it was a continuation of the ongoing genocide and collective punishment in Balochistan. This is not the first incident of its kind and will not be the last. The massacre of Baloch people has been going on for seventy-four years of Pakistani occupation and Balochistan has been turned into a military cantonment. There are Nazi-style concentration camps. The word collective punishment and genocide seems too small for Pakistani brutality
Shaheed Rahmat Khan Baloch embraced martyrdom while fighting Pakistani SSG commandos and death squads on Jan 21, 2015
By: Feroz Baloch
AIl of us tend to fall weak sometimes. It happens to everyone. We may think that some people are immune to it, but that is not true. It happens to everyone: Men, women, children, and the elderly. But when you feel vulnerable, you show strength during the most difficult times. We all know Shaheed Rahmat Khan as a man of dignity who stood firm and did his duty, putting his cause on top priority. He had a great sense of humor and satire, a leader and a commanding figure among his comrades. He’s the man we are familiar with but he had a brave woman, his wife Lumma (Abida), behind him who supported him no matter the circumstances. Consequently, her two young sons were also martyred, and yet she continued to live with a smile that hid all her pain. Abida’s courage is a hope for the Baloch nation.