Toronto, April 22: Baloch Human Rights Council (Canada) has expressed serious concerns related to the rising tide of Pakistan state atrocities against civilians across Balochistan. BHRC noted that not a day goes by when Baloch activists belonging to various nationalist and pro-independence organisations are not picked up, subjected to torture, target-killed, and their mutilated bodies dumped in different locations in Balochistan and Karachi.
ریاست اور اسکے ادارے اپنی بے رحمی کی انتہا کو پہنچ گئے ہیں اور انھوں نے بلوچ کیخلاف پہلے ہی سے اپنا سب کچھ داو پر لگا دیا ہے کیونکہ بلوچ اپنی جدوجہد جاری رکھے ہوئے ہیں
حال ہی میں اسلام آباد کی سپریم کورٹ میں لاپتہ افراد کیس کی سماعت پر راجہ ارشاد، جوکہ انٹر سروسز انٹیلی جنس (آئی ایس آئی) اور ملٹری انٹیلی جنس (ایم آئی) کے نمائندہ وکیل ہیں، چنانچہ یہ اعتراف کیا ہے کہ ’اڈیالہ 11‘ کیخلاف کوئی ثبوت موجود نہیں ہے، ان کا کہنا ہے کہ انہیں حراست میں رکھا گیا ہے کیونکہ یہ ایجنسیاں ”اخلاقی طور پر اس بات پر قائل ہیں کہ وہ دہشت گردی میں ملوث تھے۔“ یہ بیان باضابطہ طور پر آئی ایس آئی اور ایم آئی کے مو قف کو دہراتا ہے کہ اگر وہ ’اخلاقی طور پرقائل‘ ہوں کہ کوئی شخص مجرم ہے تو انہیں اس کو مارنے، اپاہج کرنے یا قید میں رکھنے کیلئے کسی ثبوت کی ضرورت نہیں ہے۔
The state and its institutions have been ruthless to the extreme and have already upped the ante against the Baloch because they persist with their struggle
At the recent Supreme Court missing persons case hearing in Islamabad, Raja Irshad, the lawyer representing the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and Military Intelligence (MI), while admitting that no evidence against the ‘Adiala 11’ existed said that they remained detained because these agencies were “morally convinced that they were involved in terrorism.” This statement has officially reiterated the ISI and MI’s position that if they are ‘morally convinced’ that someone is guilty then they do not need any evidence to kill, maim or incarcerate. It is worth mentioning that the bodies of the four original Adiala 11 accused were dumped, and when the others were presented in the court last year, such was their condition that a grief-stricken mother of an accused died of shock the next day. Next, the Attorney General admitted that 700 insurgents in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were held without trial but would not be released. How many Baloch are being held has not been confessed; the Voice of Missing Baloch Persons (VMBP) says 14,000 are missing. The powerless and blustering Supreme Court merely threatens action like the legendary raise seeker who threatened, “Raise my salary, otherwise I will…”
The Pakistani forces increasingly conducted offensive operations against Baloch civilian and political workers in 2012
Extra Judicial killings and Human Rights violation in 2012 intensified resultantly more than 210 political activists, 19 Journalists and three Human rights defenders lost their lives.
Paramilitary forces personnel with the help of Inter Service Intelligence Agency routinely carry out summary executions of persons accused or suspected of crime
by Somalan Baloch
Baluchistan, Sri Lanka Guardian: Balochistan remained a breeding ground of killings and dumping of common political workers in 2012 with brutal force involving indiscriminate air and artillery assaults on residential areas and apparent targeting of civilians, and torture, which constitute war crimes and crimes against humanity, pushing the political confrontation into an internal armed conflict.
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Occupied Balochistan – (Balochistan Point) Dec 17: Dead bodies of two abducted Baloch activists Yousaf Baloch and Abdul Raziq Baloch have been recovered in Turbat on Friday.
Rt Hon. David Cameron
Prime Minister of Great Britain
10 Downing Street
Subject: Appeal for British Intervention in Balochistan
Dear Mr. Prime Minister,
We would like to draw your attention to the cold blooded murders of Baloch political activists by the Pakistani Military in recent months. According to verifiable reports from different human rights organizations, the Pakistani Military Intelligence and Inter Services Intelligence agencies picked dozens of political activists and took them to unknown destinations. They were tortured whilst under military detention. After some days their dead bodies were thrown over desolate places. The Asian Human Rights Commission in its report issued on 24th of this month has given the horrifying details of extrajudicial killings and other brutalities being perpetrated by the Pakistani army in Balochistan.
Oslo: Baloch Community in Norway has organised a protest march against enforced-disappearances in Balochistan. The March set off from Norway train station to Norwegian Parliament. A large number of Baloch children and women also took part in the protest. Speaking to Radio Gwank Balochistan two participants of the March said that they were protesting against the illegal arrests, extra-judicial killings and summary executions of Baloch political activists by Iran and Pakistan.
Occupied Baluchistan: Two bullet-riddled bodies of missing Baloch people were found in Quetta on Friday morning.
According sources the bodies were recovered from Killi Khali area of Brewery Road. The bodies’ hands and feet were tied. The local police moved the bodies to Bolan Medical Complex Hospital for autopsy. Hospital sources said the bodies had been shot in the heads and had clear marks of violence. The bodies were identified as Bahar Khan Bangulzai, a resident of Faizabad, Sariab Road and Gulam Qadir Marri, who had been missing for a month. The deceased Bahar Khan’s father, Baig Muhammad Bangulzai, said that his son was whisked away by Pakistani Para-military personnel from Ghai Khan Chowk on June 31,2010. He said he had filed a petition in the Balochistan High Court and nominated the security agencies for abducting his son, but the court has failed to provide him justice.
A letter to Ban Ki Moon
United Nations Organization
United Nations Secretariat New York,
Subject: Deteriorating human rights situation in Pakistan and Iranian controlled Balochistan
Dear Secretary General,
On the occasion of International Day against Torture in support of victims of torture on 26 June, we would like to draw your kind attention towards the inhuman treatment of the Baloch by the Iranian and Pakistani security agencies.
Honorary Minister of Foreign Affairs,
Kingdom of Norway.
Dated: October 7, 2009
Subject: Illegal aduction of Norwegian national Ehsan Arjemandi in Pakistan
Baloch Human Right Council (BHRC) of Canada would like to bring your attention to a Norwegian national Ehsan Arjemandi who has been disappeared when traveling from Balochistan (Pakistan) to Karachi on Friday 7th of August 2009.