Geneva : Observing International Human Rights Day on December 10, Baloch political activists around the world, including the UK, Canada, Australia, South Korea, Germany and many other European nations – held protests against the atrocities committed by the Pakistan establishment on their people back home.
Baloch National Movement (BNM), Baloch Republican Party (BRP), Baloch Students Organization-Azad (BSO-A) and Balcoh Republican Students Organization (BRSO) held protests in Australia, Canada, Germany, South Korea, Switzerland and the United Kingdom against Pakistani war crimes. The protests were attended by Baloch expatriates and local human rights and political activists.
Geneva: Baloch Republican Party Switzerland chapter President, Sher Baz Bugti, Vice President Qadir Bugti and secretary general in a statement have said that a protest demonstration was held outside UN Office in Geneva to highlight military operations and human rights violations in Balochistan.
A large number of supporters and party members including the central spokesmen of BRP, Mr. Sher Mohammad Bugti, Mansoor Baloch, Sherjan Baloch, Baloch leader Sardar Bakhtiyar Khan Domki, Riaz Gul and other Europe based activists took part in the demonstration.
Swiss-based supporters of the Baloch Republican Party have called for a freeze of international funding of Pakistan’s war on terror. They claim the funds are being used to carry out human rights violations in the province of Balochistan.A group of around 50 Balochis demonstrated in front of the United Nations building in Geneva on Wednesday. They denounced the actions of the Pakistani army and shouted slogans demanding freedom for the Balochistan province from Pakistan.
Geneva (Switzerland), Mar.12 (ANI): Human rights activists, political leaders, Baloch nationalists and students from various parts of the world gathered in Geneva on March 10 to raise the issue of human rights violations in Pakistan’s province of Balochistan.
The event titled “Human Rights, Regional Security and Perspectives for Balochistan and Pakistan Post-2014? was held at Palace of Nations, Geneva on the sidelines of the 110th session of the United Nations Human Rights Committee.
1,40,000 killed, at least 20,000 Baloch are missing since 2006
Geneva: Nawab Brahumdagh Bugti said in the first part of his talk that Balochistan is burning since the forceful occupation by the Pakistani state in 1948. Five major military operations had been launched by the armed forces of Pakistan and the latest of them still continues full-fledged. During this period of 66 years, Balochistan has suffered from gross human rights violations by the Pakistani forces which have been getting worse and accelerated with the passage of every single day.
Brahamdagh Bugti, President of Baloch Republicain Party
Press Conference in Geneva Press Club
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Geneva: The worsening situation in Balochistan should be of grave concern for the world as the ripple effects of the crisis will be detrimental to the future of the wider region and world, says Noordin Mengal, a Baloch representative at the UN Human Rights Council who has highlighted human rights issues at international forums.
Geneva, April 16 (ANI): The director of the Brussels-based South Asia Democratic Forum, Paula Casaca, has asked relevant authorities in Pakistan to be more accountable for developments taking place in the country’s Balochistan province, especially in the wake of reports suggesting China’s expansionist role in the region.
In an interview given to ANI in Geneva, Casaca said that it is wholly unacceptable for legitimate government authorities in Pakistan not to give appropriate answers to searching questions on the previaling situation in Balochistan.
GENEVA: A large number of Baloch and Kashmiri protesters gathered at the Broken Chair in front of the United Nations in Geneva to denounce the alleged human rights violations against the Baloch and Kashmiri people by Pakistan.
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