“We have not received anything from the government. We have not got any relief, there is no supply of foods or medicine,” said furious villager Abdul Latif.
Tens of thousands of survivors of Balochistan’s earthquake waited for help in soaring temperatures Thursday, as the death toll rose to nearly 350 and anger grew at the slow pace of aid.
More than 100,000 people made homeless by Tuesday’s 7.7-magnitude quake spent a sixth night in the open or under makeshift shelters as response teams struggled to reach the remote region in Balochistan province.
From Social Media:
Occupied Balochistan: Baloch families of missing persons are the sole protesters recording an outstanding days of protest, recording more then 205 days of Hunger protest but still no response from the Pakistani judiciary or the International justice systems, it seems that no one cares about the hunger protest which is an outstanding record breaking of 205 days of Hunger strike while the family members stated that they have no believe over the Pakistani judiciary if there is anyone that could help the depressed families then it is those International Human rights organizations, UN, EU, & ICRC.
OCCUPIED BALOCHISTAN – Sept 22: Zakir Majeed Baloch the senior vice chairman of BSO-Azaad is missing after being unlawfully detained by dreaded Pakistan Para-military force Frontier Corps (FC) and the Intelligence agencies since June 8, 2009. The family of the Baloch student say that they are not aware of his whereabouts and his condition in which he is being held. Most such cases in the past have turned up dead after torture. The family says that it “gravely concerned about his well-being especially after more than 20 Baloch political activists have been brutally tortured to death by Pakistan Military and the Intelligence agencies.” BSO-Azaad activists say that they have no access to legal representations and they have never been presented to any court or charged with any crimes.