Baloch National Movement South Korea Zone on 2nd August protested at South Korea's capital city Seoul in front of Chinese embassy and submitted a memorandum against the Chinese hegemonic ambitions and Pakistani war crimes, enforced disappearances, extrajudicial killings, and human rights violations in Balochistan.
In this regard, the members of the Baloch National Movement also submitted a report to Amnesty International. A report was also submitted to the United Arab Emirates embassy regarding the extradition of Rashid Hussain Baloch; although they refused to accept it.
Baloch National Movement central spokesperson informed that the demonstrators also marched through different streets of Seoul ending in front of the Chinese embassy. The protesters submitted a report to Chinese embassy which was comprised of atrocities of Pakistan in the wake of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) which resulted in a mass migration of half-million population, killings of innocent people due to aerial bombardment and destruction of hundreds of villages in the route of CPEC.
It is worth mentioning soon after China Pakistan agreement on CPEC half million of people from Panjgur, Baalgatar, Hoshaap, Shahrak, Shapuk, Saami, and Dasht were forced to migrate in other places.
The spokesman stated that Baloch nation had centuries-old cordial relationships with Arabs. But UAE government's act of handing Rashid Hussain to Pakistan; despite knowing the ground realities and pathetic situation of the Baloch nation and various atrocities on them by Pakistan, is extremely disappointing. And the UAE embassy in Seoul once again disappointed Baloch nation by refusing to receive the report regarding the extradition of Rashid Hussain by UAE to Pakistan. UAE government had handed over Rashid Hussain to Pakistan two months ago, and as of today Pakistan did not produce him before any Court of Pakistan and has kept him incommunicado like thousands of other Baloch missing persons.
The central spokesperson of Baloch National Movement also asserted that BNM would continue its campaign throughout the world.