NEW DELHI: When 25-year-old Mazdak Dilshad Baloch arrived in India a few months ago, he raised the suspicion of immigration authorities at the New Delhi airport. Mazdak had a Canadian passport which showed the place of birth as Quetta in Pakistan.
Mazdak, one of the few Baloch refugees in New Delhi told ET: “I was at pain explaining to the immigration authority that I was not a Pakistani. Call me a dog, but not a Pakistani. I am a Baloch. Because of my place of birth, I faced a lot of harassment.”
Islamabad: A gang of eight students attacked and critically wounded three Baloch students in Preston University Islamabad on Saturday.
According details Baloch students Khalid Kurd, Mehran and Fakhar were having lunch at University’s cafe. When a gang of eight students Umer Satti, M.Ali, Ahtasham, Afridi BBA students in Preston university led by Mashood Ali approached them started swearing them for speaking Balochi with each other.
by Saher Baloch
THAL, Nov 17: In scorching noon heat, around 25 people quietly walk on the RCD Highway, before stopping for a break at an open air cafe.
The families of the missing, who started their journey on foot on Oct 27, reached Utthal on Saturday, led by Mama Qadeer Baloch, vice-president of an advocacy group named Voice of Missing Baloch Persons (VoMBP). The families continued their journey on Sunday morning, as more people joined them on their way.
Pashtun-Baloch Unity Day was observed in Kabul on Saturday where Pashtun and Baloch leaders gave vent to their views how to address the issue of militancy, insecurity and Talibanization. The crux of what they say is that the military establishment in Pakistan has been responsible for the current day plight of the two peoples—Pashtuns and Balochs.
The Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP) after camping in front of Karachi Press Club for more then three months has shifted their protest camp to Islamabad. They are protesting for last 754 days for the release of more then 14000 Baloch missing activists. The Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP) is an organisation consisting, families of Baloch missing activists and they are striving for their safe recovery.
by Sri Lanka Guardian Correspondent in Islamabad
(February 15, Islamabad, Sri Lanka Guardian) High level teams of Sri Lankan official visited Pakistan two days before were actually on a mission to help Pakistan crush the Baloch freedom fighters well informed sources told us, Pakistan sought help from Sri Lankan government to combat and squash Baloch freedom fighters demanding for an independent Balochistan.
Occupied Balochistan: Khairia Yousaf Baloch held a press conference at Turbat Press Club against the abduction of her brother Asif Ali Baloch at the hand of Pakistani security agencies from a hotel in Karachi.
Vancouver, June 12, 2011 – Baloch Human Rights Council (Canada) and the International Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (Canada) joined hands with the secular and democratic representatives of the local communities and the provincial parliament to pay tributes to the martyred professor of Balochistan University, Prof. Saba Dashtyari and investigative journalist Saleem Shahzad at Holland Park, Surrey, British Columbia.
Baloch Missing Persons families arrived at Rawalpindi’s Railway Station at 4am on Tuesday (Apr 05, 2011), they were whisked away by the men of intelligence agencies. They were taken to a safe house in Islamabad.
“They asked us why we have come to the capital and searched all the baggage. Some of the officials kept yelling, telling us to go back to Quetta.”
ISLAMABAD, April 8: On April 22 Farzana Majeed’s brother she had not seen almost for the last two years would turn 28 as the quest for the missing sibling brings her to Islamabad.
Zakir Majeed went missing from Mastung in June 2009. After desperately looking for the brother in the native town, holding a protest camp in Quetta and a three-month campaign in Karachi, Farzana has come to Islamabad along with 22 other Baloch men, women and children to appear before the Supreme Court on April 13 in the missing persons case.