BALOCHISTAN: Mother and two sisters of a missing Baloch child have also been ‘taken away’ by Pakistani security forces, The Balochistan Post has learned from reliable sources.
The ‘heart-wrenching’ incident happened yesterday (22 July 2018) in Alangi, Mashkay.
According to sources, Personnel of Pakistani security forces in various vehicles raided house of Allah Baksh, and forcibly took away 55-year-old Noor Malik, and her two daughters 22-year-old Haseena and 18-year-old Sameena.
Pusan, South Korea, 15 Sept 2016: Today, Baloch National Movement (BNM) South Korea organized a protest demonstration in Pusan city of South Korea.
Protest was held against the abduction of Baloch women, children and others by Pakistani forces in different parts of Balochistan. Recently more than two dozens of Baloch women and children were abducted and disappeared in Sui, Dera Bugti, Kohistan Marri and Gyandari at the border of Panjab and Balochistan. Those women and children are still missing.
ANI | Karachi [Pakistan]: The Baloch Human Rights Organization (BHRO) on Sunday staged a protest in front of Karachi Press Club to end the ongoing siege at the house of Rauf Baloch in Turbat by the Pakistani forces.
The BHRO’s activist accompanied by students, Human Rights activists and activists of National Student Federation (NSF) raised slogans demanding to end the siege at the house of Rauf, who has been alleged by the forces of hosting the family members of a senior Baloch political leader.
Germany, Berlin: Baloch Republican Party Germany chapter President Jawad Mohammad Baloch has said in a statement that BRP Germany has held a protest demonstration in German capital Berlin on January 04, 2015. The demonstration was aimed to highlight military operation, gross human rights violations, enforced disappearances and recovery of mutilated dead bodies in Balochistan.
Social media activists on Tuesday posted photos, videos and messages as they intensified their campaign demanding the return of over 27 Baloch women and children who were allegedly abducted by the Pakistan Army in an operation in early November.
The activists and leaders, most of them from Balochistan province which is seeking independence from Pakistan, claimed that the latest round of attacks were launched by the country’s army in Bolan district and even after 24 days, the abducted women and children have not returned.
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.