"In Balochistan, where Baloch genocide has been going on for years, a shameful tradition of abducting women and raping them in secret cells has also become common, "the central spokesperson for the Baloch National Movement said in a statement issued here. "Deprived of human values, the Pakistani troops abduct and disappear women and children during the military operations in Balochistan. In many cases, they are also subjected to sexual abuse."
The spokesperson said that a Baloch student, Hani Gul Baloch, exposed the brutality and black deeds of the Pakistani brutal army in her press conference a few days ago. The incident had shocked the Baloch nation and the courage of Hani Gul strengthened thousands of victims who had been silent.
Hani Gul Baloch along with her fiancé Mohammad Naseem was forcibly disappeared from Karachi by Pakistani intelligence agencies. Hani Gul was released after three months of mental and physical torture, but her fiancé is still in the custody of the Army.
BNM spokesperson said that the Baloch National Movement along with many others like Hani Gul has been raising voice on the international level for those who are enforced disappeared or had been facing state oppression and/or are against the war crimes of Pakistan (in Balochistan).
He added, " raising voice against state barbarism is our national and humanitarian responsibility." Balochistan National Movement being a national party will hold a demonstration in support of Hani Gul and for the safe recovery of disappeared Balochs on 29th September in London at 10 downing street in front of the British Prime Minister's House. The protest will start at 2:00 pm local time and continue till 5:00 pm.
The spokesperson appealed, "We appeal to all London-based Baloch political activists and human rights activists to participate in the demonstration; including those who believe, strong actions must be taken against the state of Pakistan for its use of women and children as war weapons or their sexual abuse."