BNM protests abroad, holds awareness campaigns in Balochistan on 28th May

The central spokesman of Baloch National Movement in his statement says that twenty-one years ago the occupying state of Pakistan tested nuclear bomb on Baloch land at Chaghi and put the entire Baloch nation at the risk of nuclear radiation and till today Baloch are suffering due to its residuals effects. The spokesman stated that while detonating nuclear test at the midst of the population and trampling international laws, convinced Baloch nation's belief that their life has no value for the occupying state of Pakistan. And it has no concerns for the native population, which is a new chapter in the history of Baloch genocide. He added that the nuclear test of Pakistan was a lethal and well-

Pakistan Army’s Confession of Enforced Disappearances Written by: Rahim Baloch Advocate

The issue of Enforced Disappearances in Balochistan has constantly been a burning issue for more than a decade. The Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBPM), Human Rights Council of Balochistan (HRCB), Baloch Human Rights Organization (BHRO), Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) and Baloch nationalists have been reporting on enforced disappearances of the Baloch people from all walks of life by the Pakistan Army, Frontier Corps (FC), intelligence agencies mainly ISI and MI. The issue of disappearances has been occasionally raised in public and parliamentary platforms by political parties of Pakistan including PPP, PML (N), MQM, BNP (M), and NP (when on opposition benches). Initially, th

April 2019: Pakistani military continues atrocities in Balochistan. Dil Murad Baloch

Baloch National Movement’s central information secretary Dil Murad Baloch publishes the detailed monthly report of April 2019. The report tells that in Balochistan Pakistani Forces carried out 40 military operations, during which 82 people were whisked away, more than a hundred houses were burned, 14 dead bodies were recovered; from them three were Baloch; those were martyred by Pakistani security forces. The causes of eight dead bodies were not traced and other 3 dead bodies could not be identified. Twenty-eight people were released from Pakistani military torture cells, among them, two were abducted in 2015, seven in 2018 and nineteen were abducted this year in 2019. BNM information secret

The abduction of women and children exacerbated as collective punishment in Balochistan. BNM

The central spokesman of Baloch National Movement in his statement said that Pakistan Army has started a policy of collective punishment in Balochistan since last years. As a result of this atrocious policy Pakistani security forces are committing gross human rights violations in Balochistan by abducting the women and children of political activists. However, for the last few months, Pakistani security forces have intensified the abduction of women and children in different parts of Balochistan. In this connection, security forces abducted four women and five children from Naseerabad on Tuesday. The Central spokesman of Baloch National Movement vehemently criticized the inhuman act of Pakist

Enemy of Baloch and Pashtun Nation is the same; Pashtun leadership should avoid issuing controversia

Baloch National Movement's central spokesperson in his statement said that Pakistan is the common enemy of both Baloch and Pashtun nation. In 1947, in the time of partition of Indian Subcontinent, British establishment with respect to Baloch and Pashtun areas of British Balochistan completely ignored agreements with Kalat state and treaties with Afghanistan, and decided to demarcate British Balochistan as part of Pakistan, soon before the creation of Pakistan. Baloch leadership including Khan of Kalat rejected this decision and during a meeting with Viceroy Lord Mountbatten and the leadership of Muslim League in a round table conference in Delhi on 4 August 1947 Kalat State put this matter i

The world must take actions after Pakistan army confession for enforced disappearances: Dr Murad Bal

Baloch National Movement Secretary-General, Dr Murad Baloch expressed his opinion regarding the press conference of Director General Asif Ghafoor, the spokesperson of The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) which is the media wing of the Pakistan Armed Forces. He said that it was the first time when the Pakistan Army admitted the enforced disappearance of people. In an answer to the question of renowned Pakistani journalist Hamid Mir, Asif Ghafoor had said, “like you, we are also concerned about the missing persons, but everything is fair in love and war and we are not doing these for ourselves.” With this statement of ISPR's spokesperson Dr Murad Baloch said that that was not the first t

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