1. Baloch protests against Pak atrocities at Australia and South Korea and Karachi

Baloch protests against Pak atrocities at Australia and South Korea and Karachi

It seems that August 15, 2016 infused new life and injected fresh blood in the suppresed freedom movement of the Balochistan freedom fighters and the courtsey may well be attributed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his mention of Balochistan in his speech from The Red Fort.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: September 11, 2016 4:31 PM
Protest by Baloch Human Rights Org (ANI-twitter) Protest by Baloch Human Rights Org (ANI-twitter)

It seems that August 15, 2016 infused new life and injected fresh blood in the suppresed freedom movement of the Balochistan freedom fighters and the courtsey may well be attributed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his mention of Balochistan in his speech from The Red Fort.

Protests of Baloch human rights activists are observed at various places on Sunday namely Melbourne in Australlia.

Baloch Human Rights Org also staged protest in Karachi against the ongoing seige of Rauf Baloch’s house in Turbat by Pakistani Army.

A third protest by the Balochistan Republican Party was observed at Busan, a port city of South Korea.

Balochistan, the fourth and the largest province of Pakistan that has been long pressing for freedom from the illegal occupation of the territory by Pakistani army. After the Indian Prime Minister thanked the people of Balochistan for their wishes on his Independence day speech, Brahamdagh Bugti the founder and chief of the Republican Party of Balochistan had sought political assylum in India for the people of Balochistan who are facing atrocities in the hands of Pakistani army. This has created a storm among the political and military establishment of Pakistan.

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