Thursday 25 June 2015

Prominent Baloch leader Nawab Brahumdagh Bugti led a huge demo outside UN office to protest state atrocities in Balochistan.

Geneva: Baloch Republican Party’s awareness campaigns and protest demonstrations against Pakistani occupation of Balochistan and it’s war crimes against Baloch nation, are continue across the European countries.
Today, the Baloch Republican Party has organized a huge protest demonstration at Broken Chair outside the United Nations office in Geneva on the occasion of UN’s annual session on human rights, to highlight Pakistani war crimes and human rights violations taking place in Balochistan almost on a daily basis.
Baloch Republican Party representatives and activists including human rights advocates from across the European countries have participated in the protest.

The protest was led by prominent Baloch leader and the chief of Baloch Republican Party, Nawab Brahumdagh Bugti himself, while other leaders including spokesmen Mr. Sher Mohammad Bugti and BRP representatives in other European countries Mansoor Baloch, Ashraf Sherjan, Farooq Baloch and Asim Faiz Baloch have also accompanied the demonstration.
Talking  to the international media journalists about human rights violations in Balochistan, Nawab Brahumdagh Bugti said that Pakistan had watered Balochistan with Baloch blood. Baloch political activists and intellectuals were being abducted, tortured and killed under custody by Pakistani intelligence agencies on daily basis, he said.
“Thousands have been victimized by enforced disappearances. Pakistan is committing a deliberate genocide of the Baloch people and the civilized world has remained silent about  it” He added.
He said that Baloch Republican Party, as the representative of Baloch nation, had been successfully accomplishing its obligations of highlighting Pakistani occupation of Balochistan and the continuation of atrocities on the Baloch people in across Europe adding that further efforts were being made to make the campaign more effective and spread it wider.
A Human rights representative from the US, Kathryn Porter, had also joined the demonstration and expressed solidarity with Baloch nation. Addressing the demonstration, Madam Porter said that Baloch were oppressed in their own homeland and many Baloch mothers were kept of their children.
She further said that she would present the Baloch cause before the US govt and would raise awareness about the current situation of Balochistan at the human rights forums there.

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