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Pakistan's Secret, Dirty Killings in Balochistan

admin Posted on 2011/7/8 0:00:00 ( 747 reads )

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Pakistan's secret, dirty killings in the province of Balochistan are escalating, according to the Asian Human Rights Commission.

Since the beginning of this year, at least 36 Baloch journalists, writers, human rights defenders, students, nationalists and political activists have been killed extrajudicially. Pakistan's security services are accused of orchestrating the murders, in a bid to crush Baloch nationalism.

This intensified wave of repression is corroborated by Amnesty International. It has documented the disappearance or murder of 90 persons in 'kill and dump' attacks between last November and February 2011.
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BALOCHISTAN : A perfect Slaughterhouse of Pakistan’s military butchers

admin Posted on 2011/4/16 4:28:05 ( 1355 reads )

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by Ali Baloch

(April 12, Karachi, Sri Lanka Guardian) The Baloch land once was a free and sovereign country, on August 11,1947,the British acceded control of Balochistan to the ruler of Balochistan, Mir Ahmad Yar Khan - the Khan of Kalat. The Khan immediately declared the independence of Balochistan, and Mohammad Ali Jinnah signed the proclamation of Balochistan’s sovereignty under the Khan.

The New York Times reported on August 12, 1947: “Under the agreement, Pakistan recognizes Kalat as an independent sovereign state with a status different from that of the Indian States. An announcement from New Delhi said that Kalat, Moslem State in Baluchistan, has reached an agreement with Pakistan for free flow of communications and commerce, and would negotiate for decisions on defense, external affairs and communications.” The next day, the NY Times even printed a map of the world showing Balochistan as a fully independent country.
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Looking for sympathisers in a ‘city of aliens’

admin Posted on 2011/4/16 3:45:57 ( 700 reads )

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Mumtaz Alvi
Thursday, April 14, 2011

Family members of 23 missing persons arrived in Islamabad from Quetta 10 days back with the hope of a breakthrough on recovery of their loved ones and that the president and prime minister may also express their solidarity with them by at least issuing a statement.

However, to their utter dismay, neither President Asif Ali Zardari nor Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani issued a statement upon their arrival in the federal capital or to even acknowledge their peaceful struggle to find a clue of their near and dear ones’ whereabouts.

Several of missing persons’ relatives, half of them females, during a chat with ‘The News’, had one major request: their spouses, brothers and sons, if had done anything wrong, they must be proceeded against according to the law of the land.
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PAKISTAN: Four more disappeared persons' bullet riddled bodies found and four are abducted

admin Posted on 2011/3/16 0:00:00 ( 698 reads )

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Urgent Appeal Update: AHRC-UAC-060-2011

16 March 2011

ISSUES: Disappearance; extrajudicial killing; right to life; abduction; arbitrary arrest; right to liberty and security; impunity; rule of law

Dear friends,

The Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) has received information that four disappeared persons bullet riddled and torture marks bodies were found from Balochistan province who were previously arrested by the law enforcement agencies. Their bodies were thrown in different places of Baluchistan and Four more persons were abducted by the Frontier Corps (FC) and plain clothed persons from different places of Balochistan, since then their whereabouts are unknown. The victims’ family believed that they were arrested by Frontier Corps and personal from intelligence agencies.
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Liberated woman of Balochistan is the mother of a free nation.

admin Posted on 2011/3/8 0:00:00 ( 1159 reads )

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Today the Baloch mothers are being punished for raising the slogan of a secular and democratic Balochsitan.
Unlike Canada, the US and other western countries, photos of abducted children do not appear on the back of a return envelop or on a bus, in occupied Balochistan the mothers know where they are, in the torture cells of Pakistani Army. Today Balochistan is in turmoil due to kill and dump policy of Pak Army.
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