Today Baloch National Movement held references in Frankfort Oder, Hannover, Gottengen and other cities of Germany against the enforced disappearance of BSO-AZAD leaders Zahid Baloch, Zakir Majeed and thousands of other political activists. Zahid Baloch was abducted four years back from Quetta by Frontier Crops (FC) and intelligence agencies in the presence of several eyewitnesses. Later on, BSO-AZAD central committee member Lateef Johar sat on hunger strike till death against the enforced disappearance of Then BSO-AZAD chairman Zahid Baloch on 22 April 2014. However, he ended his hunger strike after 46 days on the pursuance of friends, Baloch leaders and other human rights organization and activists. But unfortunately, despite of four years of wait, Zahid Baloch is still missing and his whereabouts is unknown.
Today the addressers asked the UNO and human rights organizations to take immediate action for the safe recovery of Zahid Baloch and thousands of other abducted Baloch political, human rights and social activists.
In the reference they highlighted the atrocities of Pakistan on Baloch people that is continued for last seven decades, soon after annexation of Balochistan to Pakistan with the barrel of guns.
Mr. Baloch, BNM member in Germany said, “Zahid Baloch and other leaders are enduring inhuman torture for our national cause; therefore it is our utmost duty to organize such events and inform the world about illegal abduction of our nation leaders,”
They also said there is complete media blackout in Balochistan therefore we must raise these issues by use of social media and other available means. They also vowed to arrange such programs and references in future to expose the war crimes of Pakistani forces in Balochistan.
They appealed to United Nations to take notice of existing humanitarian crisis in Balochistan where innocent and armless civilians are being enforced disappeared like Zahid Baloch, Zakir Majeed and thousands of other Baloch activists by Pakistani security forces on daily basis to silence their struggle for a free Balochistan.