Demonstrations were held in Germany, South Korea and the Netherlands against Pakistani atrocities.
The Central spokesperson of the Baloch National Movement said that as part of the ongoing awareness campaign of the party at the international level, protests were held on Saturday in Bielefeld, Germany and Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands against the Baloch genocide and other atrocities of the Pakistani state. Protesters held placards, banners and pictures of the missing persons, chanting slogans against Pakistani atrocities in Balochistan.
The people were made aware about the Hoshab incident in which Pakistan Army killed two innocent kid Sharratoon and Allah Bakhsh and wounding another kid, Miskan by firing a mortar.
The protesters demonstrated against the abduction of Sanam Jameel, a 10-year-old girl and six year old Gazzain Jameel, from Washuk Toba area and the ongoing Pakistani state barbarism in Balochistan.
German activists Rafael and others took part in the BNM-led demonstration, expressing solidarity and condemning Pakistani oppression and Baloch genocide in Balochistan.
Nadeem Saleem, former joint secretary of the BNM Germany zone, said in his address that Pakistan was committing genocide against the Baloch nation and the civil bureaucracy was trying to cover up the war crimes of the Pakistani army. In recent incidents, Deputy Commissioner Kech has distorted the evidence in the Taj Bibi murder case. Similarly, in the Hoshab incident, once again, Deputy Commissioner Kech tried to cover up the crime of the Army.
He said that Pakistan was making a new history of oppression by coming up with a new strategy to suppress Baloch national ideology. In Hoshap incident not only killed minors but also tried to forcefully bury the martyred children along with other tactics to prevent the family from protesting.
Jabbar Baloch, unit secretary of the Baloch National Movement, said that Pakistan is a terrorist state. Wherever there is a terrorist incident in the world, its fabric goes to Pakistan and Pakistan’s terrorist army and its spy agency ISI. Therefore, we request all the countries of the world to stop providing financial assistance to Pakistan as this help is spreading terrorism not only in Balochistan but all over the world.
BNM member Badal Baloch said that Pakistan has begun the genocide of Baloch. Neither the elder nor the children and women are safe in this genocide. With every passing day Pakistani oppression is on the rise. It becomes our national responsibility to expose the human rights violations in Balochistan to the civilized world.
BNM Germany Zone members Shar Hassan Baloch, Majid Baloch, Abdul Hameed and other speakers addressed the protest. They said that Pakistan has turned Balochistan into a military cantonment. It is the duty of civilized nations to take notice of the state killings of oppressed Baloch by Pakistan.
Demonstrators distributed a pamphlet in German and English languages to locals detailing the killings of children in the Hoshab, disappearance of children in Washuk, and fake encounters of missing persons by CTD.
The Baloch National Movement Netherlands Zone organized a protest against the Baloch genocide, the enforced disappearance of children in Washak and the killing of children in Hoshab. The demonstration took place in Dam Square of Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands. It was attended by a large number of people. Protesters held banners, placards and pictures of forcibly disappeared children and martyrs killed by Pakistan.
Protesters chanted slogans against human rights violations and Pakistani atrocities in Balochistan. They distributed pamphlets to locals. BNM Netherlands member Latif Baloch read out the pamphlet.
Addressing the protesters, BNM Netherlands Zone President Keyya Baloch said that they have been hearing stories of oppression and cruelty for the last seven decades. The barbarity of the Pakistani army is increasing day by day. Pakistan is committing genocide of Baloch nation. Today, the world is a silent spectator to the Baloch genocide. The same Pakistan army carried out the genocide of Bengalis.
Expressing his views, Shakir Baloch said that Pakistan Army does not spare our children, women and the elderly. They are being picked up and disappeared. The Baloch nation, a victim of Pakistani barbarism, is looking to the world to come forward to save us from this human tragedy. He questioned, “We want to ask whether the Baloch have no right to live in this world. Aren’t Baloch rights human rights?”
They said that the worst humanitarian crisis was emerging in Balochistan at present. If the civilized world remains silent on this oppression, Pakistani barbarism will increase instead of decrease and it will not shy away from turning Balochistan into a graveyard.
Another protest was held in South Korea against Pakistani atrocities
The spokesman of the Baloch National Movement said that today, Sunday, a protest was organized by the BNM in Suyeang, South Korea. The purpose of the demonstration was to expose the ongoing Baloch genocide in Balochistan and the recent incidents in which the Pakistani army killed two minor children Allah Bakhsh son of Wahid and Sharratoon daughter of Wahid in Hoshap and forcibly disappeared a ten-year-old girl Sanam Jameel in Toba area of Washuk district and six-year-old Gazzain son of Jameel.
The protesters distributed pamphlets among the locals and chanted slogans against Pakistan by holding pictures of martyred and forcibly disappeared children.
Sameer Baloch, Hafsa Baloch and Bakhtawar Baloch addressed the demonstration.
Sameer Baloch said that the situation in Balochistan is very tense due to the Pakistani army which has been going on since the occupation of Balochistan. The Baloch nation is fighting against this occupation and for freedom. Pakistan is committing barbarism to suppress this struggle. Thousands of Baloch have been killed by Pakistan and thousands are missing. There is a vast list of war crimes. In recent weeks, the Pakistani army fired mortar shells at Hoshab Balochistan in Kech District, killing two innocent children and injuring one. They were playing near their homes. Earlier, Hayat Baloch was shot dead in front of his parents in the same district. A woman Taj Bibi was martyred by firing from a military check post. Similarly, Raamiz Baloch was martyred after entering his house in Buleda by Pakistani forces.
Sameer Baloch said that Sanam Jameel, a 10-year-old girl, and Gazzain Jameel, a six-year-old girl, were forcibly disappeared by the Pakistani army during the aggression in Toba Washuk District and are still missing. We urge the Korean government and all international organizations to speak out against these human rights violations.
Hafsa Baloch said that Pakistani forces have been setting new examples of barbarism in the last 74 years. Forced disappearances, kill and dump, fake encounters have become the norm. Pakistani forces are committing war crimes in Balochistan. More than 40,000 Baloch are missing and are being tortured in Pakistani dungeons. Pakistani forces killed Hayat Baloch in broad daylight. Similarly, a few weeks ago, a Baloch woman, Taj Bibi, was martyred. Raamiz Baloch, 10, was shot dead during a raid on a house in Buleda. Two innocent children were killed by mortar fire in Hoshap. One week ago, 10-year-old Sanam Jameel and her six-year-old brother Gazzain Jameel went missing after being abducted by Pakistani forces.
Hafsa Baloch said that international silence was causing an increase in Pakistan's barbarism and genocide in Balochistan. If the silence continues like this, Pakistan will freely repeat the crimes against humanity. We urge the international community to intervene in Balochistan and hold Pakistan accountable for the atrocities in Balochistan.
The protesters appealed to international organizations, civilized nations and international human rights organizations and free media to take notice of the ongoing Baloch genocide by the Pakistani army in occupied Balochistan.