کوئٹہ واقعہ سے قبل ظاہر ہے بلال کاسی صاحب نے فورسز کی چیک پوائنٹس پر رک کر اپنی پہچان بتائی ہوگی۔ اپنے کیسز کی فائلز بھی دکھائی ہوں گی ۔ قتل ہونے کے بعد بلال کاسی کی لاش کو شعبہ حادثات اور جائے وقوعہ کے درمیان آنے والے چیک پوسٹوں میں حفاظتی انتظامات کے پیش نظر ’’ را‘‘ کا سراغ لگانے والے اہلکاروں نے روک کر چیکنگ کے بعد شعبہ حادثات تک پہنچانے کی اجازت دی ہوگی۔
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BALOCHISTAN: The Central Spokesperson of Baloch Student Organization- Azad (BSO-A) revealed in a statement that BSO-A had been registered as an organization under Federal Law governing Non-profit organizations in Canada.
He further stated that the registration was the fruit of hard work put together under the direct supervision of Banuk Karima Baloch and Latif Johar helped by several supporters of the organization. He asserted that the registration demonstrated the Canadian government recognition of the importance of BSO-A to carry out its activities freely and peacefully on its soil to highlight the Baloch Cause across the world. It also defied the Pakistani government efforts to eradicate BSO by banning it to carry out peaceful and democratic activities in the support of a free and independent Balochistan.
BALOCHISTAN: Pakistan army attacked the village of Latif Johar, leader of Baloch Students Organization – Azad (BSO-A).
According to local sources reported by sangar news more than hundred soldiers of Pakistan army drove into Kolwa, Kerki a village thirty Km from district Awaran in eleven land cruisers and 8 motorcycles.
Unless I find the answer, I’ll continue to fight back peacefully. At least, I’m not killing anyone : Latif Johar
By Saher Baloch
KARACHI: A week after ending his hunger strike at the Karachi Press Club, Lateef Johar says he is gaining his strength.
Speaking to Dawn by telephone from an undisclosed location, Johar, an activist of the the Balochistan Student Organisation-Azad, says he is advised to take light food and lots of fluids after he lost about 20 kilos in four weeks. Johar cannot yet walk properly due to abdominal pain and amid the close supervision of his family members, he is asked to take it easy for a while. But he says: “This is the only thing I cannot do. There’s a threat to my life and it has been there since the day I decided to protest our leader’s abduction.”
Latif Johar’s 46-day hunger strike, which he was finally persuaded to end on the evening of June 6 by Baloch elders and human rights activists, as his health deteriorated to critical levels, was an act of desperation. The 22-year-old Baloch student sought the recovery of his friend Zahid Baloch, a leader of the Baloch Students Organisation (BSO), through the hunger strike staged outside the Karachi Press Club. According to reports, Zahid Baloch was ‘picked up’ by the Frontier Corps in the middle of March this year.
بی بی سی اردو ڈاٹ کام، کراچی
کراچی میں بلوچ سٹوڈنٹس آرگنائزیشن (آزاد) کے رہنما لطیف جوہر نے جمعہ کی شب اپنی 46 روزہ بھوک ہڑتال ختم کر دی ہے۔
انھوں نے تنظیم کے چیئرمین زاہد بلوچ کی مبینہ جبری گمشدگی کے خلاف 22 اپریل کو تا دمِ مرگ بھوک ہڑتال کا آغاز کیا تھا۔
A young student of 22 year has entered into 46 days of his hunger strike unto death today. His condition is very critical and there are fears of his slipping into coma as he faints most of the time. The government has completely ignored his hunger strike and forget providing medical help has not even bothered with monitoring his health. This has caused much resentment to the student community in Sindh and Balochistan.
Mr. Lateef Johar, a Baloch student, has gone on the hunger strike unto death to protest against the abduction of Zahid Baloch, Chairman Baloch Student Organization – Azad (BSO-A) on 18 March by the plain cloth persons claiming to be ISI operatives, the notorious intelligence agency. Since his abduction the provincial and the federal governments or the military has refused to acknowledge that Mr. Baloch is in their custody. Please see the Urgent Appeal that the AHRC issued on his abduction.
“Tell me the name of the agency that has detained Zahid Baloch. When those who have him admit he is in their custody, I will end my strike.” Lateef Johar
KARACHI: In the scorching heat outside Karachi Press Club, the Balochistan chief minister Dr Abdul Malik Baloch, sat next to a pale Lateef Johar and asked him to give up the hunger strike. “I have come to meet you and appeal to you to end your hunger strike,” he said to Johar. The chief minister had come to Karachi to especially meet Johar on Wednesday.
KARACHI: The Baloch Students Organisation (Azad) has warned the authorities to immediately release its chairman Zahid Baloch or it will seek help of the United Nations and other international human rights bodies to get him recovered.
BSO-A acting chairperson Karima Baloch said at a press conference at the press club here on Sunday that over a month and a half had passed since their leader was picked up reportedly by security forces. They had neither released him nor admitted to having him in custody, she said.
It is clear that both are part of a larger move: The systematic elimination of the BSO-Azaad, through a brutal and targeted campaign of its membership and leadership.
Twenty-four year old Latif Johar is wasting away outside the Karachi Press Club. Three weeks ago, he declared a hunger strike unto death, in protest against the disappearance of Zahid Baloch, the chairman of the Baloch Student Organisation-Azaad, or BSO-Azaad.