Surely, their fear is not without a reason; more than a dozen Baloch have been abducted from different airports, they are either still missing or their dead bodies have been recovered after months of torture.
When you are living under the colonial rule, simply you are in an extended prison: you can be captured interrogated, humiliated and tortured without any apparent reason. This is clear to both the oppressor and the oppressed; the oppressor knows why he is using such contemptible tactics, and in the same passion the oppressed also know that why he is being treated in such a way, because he is a slave; hence, his emotions, feelings, and thinking are as free as wind. But the oppressor, like the body of slave, wants to make his or her conscious under his boots. Why? Because the colonial powers beside other factors try to establish their rule by creating an atmosphere of constant fear that controls every heart and mind.
We shall not be Silenced, We shall not Forget, We shall not Retreat, We shall not Surrender
Occupying forces can never win heart and minds of a colonized nation. Their weapons of choice are fear, annihilation and demographic change for subduing it and eliminating the seeds of resistance.
By calling themselves “Sarmachar” Baloch freedom fighters have eliminated the psychology of fear. Sarmachar literally means “a person who does not care about his head” in other words fearless of death.
Enforced disappearance is illegal, torture is cruel, custodial killing is unlawful and genocide has been declared a crime against humanity by the international community and the civilized world. Though the Baloch nation suffers all these gross human rights violations under occupation of Pakistan and Iran, but still the international community sits idle.
Today we narrate the life of Sana; we shall tell you how he lived and why he was killed.