Pakistani intelligence agencies have been threatening marcher since he started the march but now PPP and government of Punjab also seem to be annoyed by his historic and peaceful long march. ~ Mama Qadeer Baloch said
LARKANA: A long march of Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP), arranged for the recovery of missing persons, reached Larkana, Sindh on Wednesday after 27 days.
The 1500-km-long march, led by VBMP Chairman Mama Abdul Qadeer Baloch, Farzana Majeed (sister of Zakir Majeed) and the relatives of other missing persons, left Karachi for Islamabad on December 13, 2013.
The long march is aimed at drawing the attention of the authorities and international human rights organisations towards the ‘human rights violations’ in Balochistan.
KARACHI: Relatives of people who have gone missing in Balochistan set off on a gruelling 1200-kilometre march from Karachi to Islamabad on Saturday, hoping to recover their loved ones.
More than two dozen men, women and children had camped in the commercial hub for nearly three weeks after walking 700 kilometres from Quetta.
Occupied Balochistan: Another bullet-riddled body of a Baloch youth was found in Ferozabad area of Khuzdar district on Thursday when a strike was being observed to condemn the recovery of five mutilated bodies of political activists from Panjgour.
Baloch Human Rights Council (UK) strongly condemns the brutal and inhuman killings of Sindhi Nationalist leaders by the death squads of Pakistani intelligence agencies.