LONDON: Exiled Baloch nationalist leader Mir Sher Alam Marri has said that no individual has the right to decide about the Marri resources and any attempt to utilise these resource will cause chaos, causing damage and internal divisions.
Sher Alam Marri, son of renowned nationalist Mohammad Marri (General Sheroff), said that it was duty of the Marri tribe to follow the will of late Nawab Khair Baksh Marri who made his youngest son Mehran Marri chief (Nawab) of the Marri tribe and left a will with the Marri tribe elders. He said Nawabzada Jangeez Marri’s recent statement that he had been given permission by the Marri tribe to utilise the natural resources in Marri areas was unfortunate and counter-productive.
GENEVA, September 28, 2016 /PRNewswire: An event was held on September 26, 2016, during the ongoing session of the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in Geneva, to highlight the human rights atrocities in Balochistan, especially the kill and dump policy of the Pakistan army. Among the prominent people who participated in this event, were prominent Baloch nationalists Brahumdagh Bugti and Mehran Marri, and Executive Director of the Balochistan House, Tarek Fatah.
ANI | Geneva | September 19, 2016: Maintaining that Balochistan is an occupied territory by Pakistan, Mehran Marri, Baloch Representative at the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC), on Monday said the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is an “illegal” project.”
I have started my talks basically on the legality of CPEC. CPEC is an illegal project. It should first and foremost be counted on legality. Balochistan is an occupied territory. It is an occupied nation by Pakistan,” Marri told ANI.
He also accused the Pakistani Government of misinforming the world community about the Balochistan issue
ANI | Geneva : Asserting that the United States is “very well aware of the connivances and the dirty games that the Pakistan agencies and the Pakistan military are playing in Balochistan”, Mehran Marri, the Baloch representative to the European Union and the UNHCR, has urged Washington to follow in the footsteps of India and Afghanistan and rethink on its policies towards Islamabad.
کوئٹہ (آن لائن) نوابزادہ گزین مری نے مری قبائلی عمائدین و معتبرین کی جانب سے مہران مری کو سردار منتخب کرنے کے فیصلے کی توثیق کرتے ہوئے کہا ہے کہ نواب خیربخش مری صرف ایک روایتی سردار نہیں تھے بلکہ وہ اس نظام میں انقلابی تبدیلیاں بھی لائےدوبئی سے جاری کئے گئے بیان میں نوابزادہ گزین مری نے کہا کہ کسی بھی مہذب قوم میں سربراہ کی وفات کے بعد چالیس روز تک سوگ منایا جاتا ہے لیکن چونکہ اسٹیبلشمنٹ کو یہ علم تھا کہ مری اور بلوچ قوم چنگیز کو سربراہ نہیں مانتی اس لئے انہوں نے جلدبازی کا مظاہرہ کرکے اپنی کچھ کٹھ پتلیوں کو ساتھ ملا کر جنگیز مری کو سربراہ کے طور پر مسلط کرنے کی ناکام کوشش کی
Toronto, July 2, 2014 – BHRC-Canada has issued a statement of support to Mehran Marri as the newly chosen chief of the Marri tribe following the passing away of Nawab Khair Bakhsh Marri. BHRC respects and highly regards the decision taken by the Marri elders to counter the Pakistani state conspiracy to impose Changez Marri as the head of the Marri tribe.
Nader Kahrazehi, President, Baloch Community Organization of Ontario congratulated Mehran Marri as the chief of Marri tribe and for his struggle for the independence of Balochistan as the true follower of the path of Nawab Khair Bakhsh. He expressed his hope that Mehran Marri will stay steadfast like his father in the struggle for independence.
Marri Peoples’ decision to choose Mehran Marri as the Political Successor of Nawab Khair Bakhsh Khan Legacy.
Marris who have been in the thick of Baloch National Struggle and were politically and ideologically aligned to Nawab Khair Bakhsh Khan have chosen his youngest son Mehran Marri as his political successor which also translates as him succeeding the mantle of Chieftainship of the Marri tribe.
Those who have taken this important political decision were trusted by Nawab Sahib and remained in the national struggle arena in spite of the heavy price they have had to pay in human and material for staying committed to his ideals.
BRUSSELS: A member the U.S. House of Representatives has called upon the Pakistan government to stop its authoritarian measures in Balochistan and to respect the right to self-determination of the Baloch people.
In a message to an event organized at the European Parliament in Brussels titled Balochistan: Destiny Denied, Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner, who is member of the House Judiciary Committee and member of the Crime, Terror and Homeland Security Sub-Commitee, called on the Pakistan government to “cease its authoritarian operations” in Balochistan. He said, “Americans empathize with Balochistan’s call for self-determination.”
By Tarek Fatah
On the eve of the May 11 Pakistan elections, while foreign correspondents wasted reams of newsprint making predictions scripted straight out of the Pakistan military playbook, two men suggested something fishy was about to unfold.
First, the New York Times’ correspondent Declan Walsh, who in 2011 had written a stinging expose on Pakistan’s “secret war in Balochistan,” was expelled from the country. The letter asking him to leave said he had indulged in “undesirable activities.”