LONDON: The Baloch Diaspora in London held a peaceful protest here on Saturday to raise awareness about continued human rights violations by Pakistani security forces on Baloch civilians, as also voicing their concern over the abduction of Baloch women and children.
The protestors were carrying placards and banner inscribed with different slogans against human rights violations in Balochistan.
London: British human rights campaigner PeterTatchell has dedicated his receipt of an Honorary Doctorate of Laws from De Montfort University to the people of Balochistan and their struggle for freedom and self-determination.
Mr Tatchell received his award on 23 January 2014, in recognition of his 47 year of human rights campaigning, at a ceremony at The Curve in Leicester, UK.
WHEN Mohammed Ali Talpur lost both his hands in an explosion some 40 years ago, he was in Balochistan’s Marri hills, miles away from anything resembling medical care. It took two doctors six days, including a plane trip to Quetta from Karachi and a camel ride into the mountains, to reach him. But this battle-scarred veteran warrior survived to tell the tale of being part of the Baloch insurgency of the 1970s.
London: Baloch Community London and IVBMP organised an event on the National Remembrance Day of Baloch heroes of liberation struggle at Cumberland Hotel in London on Wednesday.
A fair number of Baloch, Sindhi and other human rights and political activist attended the gathering to pay their respects and homage to Baloch national martyrs. The meeting began with Baloch national anthem and two minutes of silence in respect of thousands of Baloch men and women who laid their lives while defending Balochistan against foreign forces.
LONDON: Baloch Human Rights Council (UK) held a demonstration in front of Iranian embassy, 16 Prince’s Gate Sw7 1PT London on Sunday 10 November 2013 from 2 pm to 4.30 pm to protest against the recent Barbaric mass execution of Baloch prisoners by Iran in a revenge of a border clash with its security men. A large no. of Baloch, Sindhi, Kurdish and Ahwazi political and human rights activists participated in the demo. They condemn the Iranian state brutal executions of Baloch political activists and called for unity and combined efforts to regain their freedom & sovereignty.
Baloch Human Rights Council (UK) strongly condemns the barbaric act of Iranian government of hanging 16 Baloch nationalist activists last week.
It has been widely reported by international media that Sixteen Baloch rebels have been hanged in Iran in retaliation for the deaths of at least 14 border guards in an ambush. It is worth mentioning that these prisoners were already kept in solitary confinement before being hanged in the revenge of killing of border forces.
This inhuman act of disproportionate measure is the continuation of Iranian policy of crushing the peace full Baloch national resistance movement in Iran.
Self-exiled Baloch nationalist says military should hand over relief work to NGOs and int’l humanitarian organisations, saying relief operations are not military’s job
By Kiyya Qadir Baloch
ISLAMABAD: Expressing support for the Baloch insurgency, self-exiled Baloch leader Nawabzada Hayrbiya Marri urged the international community to pressure Pakistan to allow international humanitarian organisations direct access to Balochistan’s earthquake-affected areas.