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Balochistan: FC gives corporal punishment to Baloch students for not singing Pakistani anthem

Government Pilot Secondary School Mastung

BALOCHISTAN: On 14 May, 2016 Frontier Constabulary (FC) raided Government Pilot Secondary School Mastung, forced the student to sing Pakistani national anthem on refusal subject them to violence, they also removed “Baloch” surnames from the entire school’s registers.

Details emerging from the local sources of horrifying ordeal of students by FC, a paramilitary force of Pakistan manage and operate directly by the Pakistan Army.

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FC burns BNM founder Chairman Ghulam Mohammed Baloch’s house

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File Photo of Ghulam Muhammad Baloch

BALOCHISTAN: Personnel of paramilitary Frontier Corps (FC) have set on fire the houses of Ghulam Mohammed Baloch and his relatives which were located in the same compound at Mand, Balochistan.

Late Sunday evening (15 Nov 2015), hundreds of FC soldiers surrounded the compound and torched 14 mud houses belonging to Ghulam Mohammed Baloch and his relatives in his native Mand town, a region bordering Iran.

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Pakistan’s ‘Kill and Dump’ policy continues, dead body of Najeeb Baloch found

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BALOCHISTAN: Mutilated dead body of Najeeb Baloch son of Karam Dad, found from Turbat.

According to details, Najeeb Baloch a residence of  Badai area of Zamuran, was abducted yesterday on 26 September 2015, from Kech by Frontier Corps (FC) and Pakistani state intelligence agencies in front of many people.

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اکّڑ ہو یا بکّڑ دونوں ایک

تحریر: میر محمد علی ٹالپر

ترجمہ: لطیف بلیدی

تحفظ کی رقم کے طور پر اضافی کمائی دراصل ’بھتہ خوری‘ کے بدصورت لفظ کیلئے محض ایک زیادہ قابل احترام نام ہے

Mir Muhammad Ali Talpurمورخہ 3 اگست کے سینیٹ اجلاس کے دوران پختونخوا ملی عوامی پارٹی کے سینیٹر عثمان کاکڑ نے فرنٹیئر کور (ایف سی) اور ہرنائی میں کوئلے کی کانوں کے لیز مالکان کے درمیان دستخط ہونے والے ایک معاہدے اور موخر الذکر پر ایف سی کی طرف سے ٹیکس کے نفاذ کی ایک تحریک پر بحث شروع کی۔ انہوں نے ایف سی پر الزام لگایا کہ ”وہ حکومت بلوچستان کے معاملات میں بے جا مداخلت کرکے صوبائی خود مختاری میں دخل انداز ہورہی ہے“ اور انہوں نے مزید کہا کہ اگرچہ وزیر اعلیٰ ڈاکٹر عبدالمالک نے اس معاہدے کے ”غیر قانونی“ ہونے کا اعلان تو کیا تھا لیکن ایف سی اب بھی تحفظ کی رقم کے طور پر فی ٹن کوئلے پر 220 روپے وصول کررہی ہے۔ پیپلز پارٹی کے فرحت اللہ بابر نے کہا کہ ایف سی صوبائی حکومت کی ہدایات کی نافرمانی کر رہی ہے اور ”ماورائے آئین اقدامات“ اٹھا رہی ہے۔ انہوں نے ان ایف سی افسران کیخلاف کارروائی کا بھی مطالبہ کیا جنہیں عدالتوں میں لاپتہ افراد کے رشتہ داروں کی طرف سے نامزد کیا گیا تھا۔ داخلہ کے وزیر مملکت بلیغ الرحمان نے کہا کہ بلوچستان حکومت نے معاہدے کے بارے میں وفاقی حکومت سے کوئی باضابطہ شکایت نہیں کی ہے اور صوبائی محکمہ کانکنی کے حکام معاہدے پر دستخط کی تقریب میں موجود تھے۔

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Either Tweedledum or Tweedledee – Mir Mohammad Ali Talpur

Extra earning as protection money is in fact just a more respectable name for the ugly word ‘extortion’

Mir Muhammad Ali TalpurDuring the Senate session on August 3, Senator Usman Kakar of the Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party initiated debate on a motion on an agreement signed between the Frontier Corps (FC) and the lease owners of coalmines in Harnai and the imposition of a tax on the latter by the FC. He accused the FC of “interfering in provincial autonomy by intruding in the affairs of the Balochistan government” and added that though the Chief Minister (CM) Dr Malik had declared the agreement “illegal” the FC was still collecting Rs 220 as protection money per tonne of coal. Farhatullah Babar of the PPP alleged that the FC was disobeying the directives of the provincial government and taking “extra-constitutional steps”. He also called for action against the FC officers who had been named by relatives of missing persons in the courts.

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Pakistan Army Conducts Ruthless Bombardment of Kalat Region

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Balochistan: Report by Shawn Forbes: Desperate to secure Chinese investment in the region, Pakistani forces have accelerated their offensive in Balochistan. Pakistan FC began a massive troop deployment this morning in the Kalat area in hopes of orchestrating an “endgame scenario”.

Residents in occupied areas of Balochistan witnessed dozens of Cobra Gunship Helicopters, hundreds of military vehicles, and Fighter Jets converging on the Nemargh, Shoor, Parudh, Nushki, & Suraab and other rural districts throughout the Kalat region.
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“Why do they fear books?” – Mir Mohammad Ali Talpur

Baloch should acquire what colonizers call subversive education because the education that colonizers provide can only pollute minds and blunt the will for liberty

Mir Muhammad Ali TalpurOn January 13, the Frontier Corps (FC) of Balochistan raided a book fair being held at Atta Shad Degree College Turbat dispersing students anxious to get books for reading and confiscating books which they termed as provocative and seditious.

After this unjust and illegal raid on the College book fair, Lieutenant Colonel Muhammad Azam  of FC while talking to the media said that the FC had seized anti-Pakistan literature, books, maps, posters, banners and other subversive material.

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700 may be dead in Balochistan earthquake, doctors warn

Doctors warn that a 7.8 magnitude earthquake in Balochistan may have cost the lives of up to 700 people.

“We have lost everything, even our food is now buried under mud and water from underground channels is now undrinkable because of excessive mud in it due to the earthquake,” Noor Ahmed, a 45-year-old farmer, told AFP.

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Up to 700 people may have been killed in an earthquake which destroyed thousands of homes and wiped out entire villages in a remote province in Pakistan, doctors have warned

The doctor in charge of the largest hospital close to the epicentre in Balochistan told The Daily Telegraph his staff were working in chaotic conditions and with poor facilities to save lives but many victims remain stranded in remote villages beyond the reach of the rescue services.

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Pakistan: 126 extrajudicial killings, 400 disappearances in Balochistan

killing-in-balochistanCounting up to August 2013, as many as 126 extrajudicial deaths and over 400 disappearances have taken place in the Balochistan province of Pakistan. Violent killings and disappearance after arrest by authorities continues without relent. Most bodies, of those murdered extra judicially, have been found in the Balochi speaking districts of the province, particularly Quetta, Khuzdar, Kalat, and Mekran.
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COMMENT: Eyewash — Mir Mohammad Ali Talpur

Because of the massively warped allocations, no educational institution in Balochistan would be able to compete with those in Punjab

Mir Muhammad Ali TalpurDuring the recent ‘missing persons’ hearing in Quetta the Supreme Court (SC) Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry said that there is no proper checking in the city. The check posts manned by the Frontier Corps (FC), customs and police are just an ‘eyewash’; ‘hogwash’ would be more appropriate, and smuggling continues as the FC border check posts are simply symbolic and used for making money. He said that the available evidence showed the FC personnel’s involvement in some incidents of missing persons, and the missing persons’ relatives blame the FC for disappearances. Apparently, it has only now dawned on them that all that happens in Balochistan is an eyewash; the people of Balochistan have always known these injustices and have been trying to rouse sleeping consciences but failed. All institutional measures and actions there are hogwash.
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