BNM holds a reference in South Korea on the day of Shuhda-i-Murgaap
Baloch National Movement's Central spokesperson in his statement says that today a reference was held in South Korea on occasion of 9th death anniversary of Shuhda e Murgaap, Chairman Ghulam Mohammad, Lala Munir Baloch and Sher Mohammad Baloch, in which Naseer Baloch, president of BNM South Korea zone and Yasin Baloch the General Secretary addressed. They paid their solemn tributes to the martyrs of Murgaap who laid their lives for the greatest cause of national freedom.
Naseer Baloch addressed, it is the character and act of a leader which make him distinguished and unique from the rest. Shaheed Ghulam Mohammad Baloch struggled for the unity and freedom of Baloch nation which kept him in a dignified position in the history. He like Ho chi Minh, Mandela and Mao Zedong revolutionized his nation and formed a revolutionary party, BNM. Even after nine years of his martyrdom BNM is inching toward its destination. He realized the essence of a political and national party; ultimately, he freed BNM from the clench of parliamentarians’ politics and shaped it on revolutionary ground that could struggle for the freedom of Balochistan against Pakistan’s colonization. Today Baloch National Movement is the largest party of Baloch nation that clearly indicates the sagacity and political acumen of Shaheed Ghulam Mohammad Baloch.
For this political cause several leader like Fida Ahmed, Shaheed Ghulam Mohammad Baloch and other sacrificed their lives; similarly, hundreds of its workers are detained and enduring the ordeals of torture cells. Consequently, it is our prime responsibility to play a vital role in strengthening Baloch National Movement.
Pakistan has been trampling our language, culture and identity for last seven decades. Thousands of Baloch activists are languishing in torture cells and there is a constant rise in the unending list of martyrs. Despite of these atrocities Baloch nation is adhered to national cause.
They also vowed to carry the message of Shaheed Ghulam Mohammad Baloch to its ultimate destination of a free Balochistan.