Condolence on death of mother of Dr. Khuda Bakhsh and Badal Khan. BNM

In a condolence statement, the spokesperson of the Baloch National Movement expressed deep condolences over the death of Badal Khan and Noor Bibi, the mother of Dr. Khuda Bakhsh Baloch, Central Committee member of BNM. We pray may their soul rest in peace. The spokesperson said that BNM's Badal Khan, son of Hotuman resident of Mashaki Murmasi died of a prolonged illness. Badal Khan always remained in favor of the Baloch political activists. His family has always been the target of the Pakistani military, intelligence agencies, and local death squads, and the women and children of the family have been imprisoned and tortured. But Badal Khan always supported the Baloch freedom seekers. His ser

مذہب کسی جدید تحریک کی بنیاد نہیں بن سکتی، ہماری تحریک قومی شناخت پر مبنی ہے۔ خلیل بلوچ

چیئرمین خلیل بلوچ سے یہ انٹرویو نمرتا بجی آہوجہ نے ”دی ویک“ کیلئے کیا تھا جو دس دسمبر کو انگلش میں شائع ہوا ہے۔ یہ اس انٹرویو کا من و عن اردو ترجمہ ہے۔ بلوچوں کی جدوجہد آزادی اور پاکستان کی ہزاروں فوجی جوانوں کو علاقے میں تعینات کرنے سے بلوچستان کے اندر سے اس کے خلاف آواز اُٹھ رہا ہے، بلوچ اقوام متحدہ سمیت مختلف پلیٹ فارمز پر انسانی حقوق کے معاملات اٹھا رہے ہیں۔ اخلاقی مدد کے لئے بلوچ ہندوستان کی طرف بھی دیکھ رہے ہیں۔ ان میں سب سے ممتاز بلوچ نیشنل موومنٹ جو ایک مرکزی دھارے میں شامل بلوچ پارٹی ہے، کا خلیل بلوچ چیئرمین ہیں۔ خلیل بلوچ کہتے ہیں کہ کشمیر اور بلوچستان کی جدوجہد کا موازنہ کرنے کی پاکستانی کوششیں غلط ہیں اور اسلام آباد کشمیر کے نام کو بلوچ عوام کے خلاف اپنے مظالم اور انسانی حقوق ک

Pakistan is using military force to suppress the Baloch struggle for an independent state. Khalil Ba

Interview / Khalil Baloch, chairman of Baloch National Movement By Namrata Biji Ahuja - Namrata Biji Ahuja, a senior special correspondent , covers the home ministry , internal security and Everything possible under the beat. Likes to dig deep into issues and finds policy making exciting because that's from where the news begins. The Baloch struggle for independence and Pakistan's deployment of thousands of military personnel in the region is bringing out many voices from within Balochistan, who are raising human rights issues on various platforms including the United Nations. The Baloch are also looking towards India for moral support. Prominent among them is Khalil Baloch, chairman of the

Pakistan inciting Baloch nation to deviate them from the peaceful path of freedom struggle: BNM

“Pakistan has been inciting Baloch nation to violence: an attempt to deviate them from the peaceful path of national struggle for freedom. But our national struggle will continue in line with the international laws and universal human values.” The central spokesperson of Baloch National Movement has condemned the abduction of Baloch women and children by the Pakistani army. They were abducted from Hazarganji area of Quetta. In reaction to these forceful disappearances, the spokesman of Baloch National Movement lambasted, “Pakistan is a country that lacks human dignity and has morphed into a violent beast. International Laws assure the protection of the unarmed people, particularly women and

Protests and awareness programs were organized on the occasion of World Human Rights Day. BNM

Baloch National Movement spokesman said that on December 10, on the occasion of "World Human Rights Day", the party organized different programs in Balochistan and abroad. Protests were held in the UK, Germany, and the Netherlands. Apart from BNM activists, other freedom-loving Baloch and locals participated in the events. Demonstrators raised play cards, banners and posters and chanted slogans against Pakistan. The spokesperson said the biggest demonstration was held at 10 Downing Street in the London city of UK, in front of the Prime Minister's House by the Sindhi Baloch Forum. Along with party workers, BSO Azad, Baloch Human Rights Council, World Sindhi Congress workers, and locals attend

The month of November will be remembered for the new height of atrocities: Dil Murad Baloch

Baloch National Movement's Central Information secretary Dil Murad Baloch issued the monthly report on the humanitarian situation in Occupied Balochistan. He said that the state forces looted dozens of houses during 32 military operations and raids across Balochistan in the month of November 2019. Thirty-eight people, including women and children, were forcibly disappeared after being detained in various operations. In the same month, 16 bodies were recovered, of which one was of an elderly Baloch shot dead by the State-sponsored Death Squads in Kharan while the exact circumstances and causes of the death of the other 15 remained uncertain. Ten missing persons were released from Pakistan's t

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