Tag Archives: Kalat
Towns and villages have been razed by the Pakistani military for facilitating the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). BNM
BALOCHISTAN: The spokesperson of the Baloch National Movement (BNM), disclosing the details of ongoing Pakistani operations in Occupied Balochistan, said that on December 21, 2015, a nine years old girl, Samreen Fida Hussein was killed after receiving bullet wounds when the Pakistani army opened indiscriminate fire on the village of Jath in Dasht Bal Nigwar. Samreen died on her way to the hospital in Turbat.
BALOCHISTAN: A complete shutter-down strike was observed in parts of Balochistan on Tuesday in response to a strike called by the Baloch National Front (BNF) protesting the military operation in Kalat district.
A BNF spokesperson said that security forces had launched the operation against locals after suffering a defeat ‘at the hands of the BLA in Kalat and Naushki districts’. Business and trade activities in Kech, Gwadar, Kharan, Kalat, Panjgur, Awaran, Khuzdar and Naushki districts came to a standstill as all shops, markets and restaurants remained closed for the day.
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.
126 extrajudicial killings, 400 disappearances in Balochistan
Counting 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.