Statement: Asian Human Rights Commission
Before reaching Karachi a car tried to ram the walkers on three occasions and the marchers are receiving death threat messages on their cell phones
The Long March for the Baloch missing persons has entered its 27th day after completing 690 KMs. It will reach its intended destination at the Karachi Press Club, Karachi, the capital of Sindh province tomorrow, November 22. Today the marchers will reach the suburbs of Karachi where the local people will welcome them and make arrangements for their accommodations.
Balochistan: A large number of Baloch tribal elders and political activists greeted the protest march of Voice for Baloch Missing Persons in Surab yesterday as they visited the grave of Jalil Reki Baloch.
The participants of the march have reached to Anjeera last night and will be walking towards Khuzdar today.
Talking to media person the vice chairman of Voice for Baloch Missing Persons, Qadeer Baloch said that many people were bothered by the popularity of the long march and they have started to pressurise families of the participants, adding that: “houses of several people have been raided for supporting the long march.”
The Voice for Baloch Missing Persons announced on Thursday that they are shifting their protest camp from Quetta to Karachi. They also revealed that they will be marching from Quetta to Karachi to record their protest and draw the attention of world towards the plight of abducted Baloch activists.