Disappearance of Sajid Hussain creates environment of mental uncertainty among asylum seekers in Eur

Dr. Murad Baloch, the Secretary-General of the Baloch National Movement said that the Swedish government, organizations of journalists and other international human rights organizations should play their role in finding senior Baloch journalist and writer Sajid Hussain. Sajid Hussain has gone missing since 2nd March and his whereabouts are unknown. Dr. Murad said that Sajid Hussain is one of the gifted journalists of Balochistan. He had worked in renowned Pakistani daily newspapers, ‘The News’ and ‘Daily Times’ as assistant news editor and city editor respectively. Due to the abduction and killing of several journalists in Balochistan by Pakistan army, Sajid Hussain facing threats of persecu

Coronavirus is being used as a biological weapon against the Baloch nation. Dr Murad Baloch

Baloch National Movement Secretary-General, Dr. Murad Baloch in his recent statement said that the Coronavirus is a pandemic disease and all countries of the world are endeavoring to reduce the threat of coronavirus, but the measures taken by Pakistan are based on animosity with the Baloch nation. He said, “The Baloch nation was already confronting a destructive situation created in Balochistan by the state. Now Pakistan, following its policy of collective punishment, is imposing the coronavirus on the people of Balochistan. This is clear animosity of Pakistan with the Baloch nation where Pakistan instead of shifting the travelers coming back from Iran into big cities’ hospitals or in quaran

The problems of Baloch women are rooted in slavery and colonial system of Pakistan. Dil Murad Baloch

The Central Information Secretary of the Baloch National Movement in a statement on the occasion of the “International Day of Women” said that every year the world observes the “International Day of Women” on 8th march with great intensity. The purpose of celebrating this day is to pay tribute to the historical struggle of women and their rights. While observing a particular day for women and the Women March indicates that humanity requires centuries to gain equality. This is not only a world issue but a humanitarian dilemma for the entire humanity. But, in countries like Pakistan, women march is directionless as well as clueless. It is void of any message, objective and empathy for the wome

BNM releases its monthly report about the situation and incidents of Balochistan.

Forty-four people were disappeared and 5 were martyred in more than 50 military operations in the month of February. More than 200 houses were looted and 50 homes were burnt during the same month. In addition eighteen dead bodies were recovered from Balochistan. Baloch National Movement's Central Information Secretary, Dil Murad Baloch, issued the report for the month of February 2020. The report states that during the month of February, Pakistani forces continued their offensive and carried out more than 50 military operations in Balochistan. During the operations, the forces looted more than 200 homes and burnt more than 50 of them. These incidents took place in Awaran, Jhaoo, and Dera Bug

We pay tributes to Shaheed Rahmdil Baloch. BNM

The spokesperson of the Baloch National Movement (BNM) paid tribute to martyred Rahmdil Baloch, saying that Shaheed Rahmdil Baloch was a senior and sincere activist of the BNM. He was the caretaker president of BNM Kech region. He was martyred in Western Balochistan. Shaheed Rahmdil Baloch started his political journey with BNM in 2008. He, along with party leaders like Shaheed Razzaq Gul, Shaheed Suleman Baloch, played a significant role in making the party active in areas like Kech, Kolwa and Gorkop.The spokesman said that in this war of truth and falsehood, BNM's comrades have made many sacrifices. They are still adhering to this philosophy, standing like a wall in front of the enemy and

BNM observes 27th March as a Black Day

(BNM) calls for programs, references, and demonstration on the occasion of 27th March The spokesman of Baloch National Movement, in a statement, said, “Like the past years, this year also we will observe 27th March as Black day. All zones of the Baloch National Movement will organize reference programs in Balochistan as well as on the international level in Germany, Netherlands, Australia, South Korea, England, and Canada. The party’s zones will demonstrate, protest and convene references.” The central spokesman said that 27th March 1948 is remembered as the Black day in the Baloch history. On this day we recall the occupation of Balochistan when the newly formed state of Pakistan occupied B

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