Baloch expats living in Germany has held a protest and demanded freedom from the Illegal occupation of Balochistan. Calling the Pakistani army as 'terrorist' army the exiled Balochs vowed to stage protests at several places to expose the brutalities caused by Islamabad.
Baloch expats living in Germany has held a protest and demanded freedom from the Illegal occupation of Balochistan. Calling the Pakistani army as ‘terrorist’ army the exiled Balochs vowed to stage protests at several places to expose the brutalities caused by Islamabad. Similar protests also took place in Quetta, London and Stockholm on November 13, the day on which the people of Balochistan pay tribute to martyrs of the Baloch freedom struggle every year.
The protesting Baloch said that thousands of innocent Baloch citizens were mercilessly killed by the Pakistani in fake encounters and brutal army operations and in state sponsored terrorism. The recent attack on Sheikh Noorani Shrine on November 12 is a latest in series of such killings in which 52 Baloch people lost their lives and several other suffered serious injuries.
International human rights bodies have often raised serious concerns over the genicide caused in Balochistan through state sponsored atrocities caused by the Pakistani government, but unfortunately no action has been initiated towards this from the international community. It is not a secret anymore that terror attack in Balochistan province originates in the Pakistani soil, aided and funded by the government of Pakistan and the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI).
“Balochistan is Pakistan’s largest and poorest province,which has been the boiling point of sufferings of innocent Baloch citizens and a freedom movement has been gaining momentum. Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif’s government hardly bothers about the growing rebellion and anger in Balochistan, they said.
Despite protests and resistance the Paksitani government has opened the Gwadar port in collaboration with China for the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).