Monday 26 September 2016

Geneva: BRP rally and demonstration highlights Pakistan war crimes in Balochistan

Geneva: Baloch Republican Party Switzerland chapter President, Sher Baz Bugti, Vice President Qadir Bugti and secretary general, Mohammad Nawaz Bugti in a  joint statement have said that BRP Swiss chapter carried out a protest rally, started from the center of the Geneva city and ended at Broken chair outside UN office, to highlight Baloch Genocide and state atrocities in Balochistan.
“Baloch National Leader and president of Baloch Republican Party, Nawab Brahumdagh Bugti and Nawab Mehran Marri, including large number of Swiss citizens and party activists, attended the rally to protest Human Right violations and ongoing genocide of Baloch people at the hand of Pakistani forces” the statement read.
Beside this, Sher Baz Bugti said that BRP Swiss chapter also held a protest demonstration on the same place outside UN office at Broken chair Geneva on 19 Sep, to highlight right violations and state barbarism in Balochistan. Baloch Republican Party activists including party’s Spokesman Sher Mohammad Bugti, Mansoor Baloch, Jawad Mohammad, and Human Rights workers were also present during the demonstration.
“The protesters held banners/placards, posters of Party’s activists victims of ‘Kill and Dump’ policy and chanted various slogans against state atrocities and Pakistani occupation of Balochistan, during the demonstration at Broken Chair,” he said, adding that after India’s strict stance raising human rights Violations in Balochistan, Pakistan army and its intelligence agencies escalated their crimes in different part of Balochistan, including Dera Bugti, Naseerabad, Turbat and beyond for about a month now.
While expressing anger over the Pakistan’s notorious crimes in Balochistan, he said that only from those part mentioned above, Dozens of people, including women and children, were kidnapped while a hundred killed during the full-fledged military operation by the Pakistani brutal army.
He said People from different walk of life are being abducted, detained under custody and then their mutilated dead bodies are buried in unmarked graves, yet the right groups have taken no action about it.

He appealed to the international human rights organizations and the United Nations to take quick, effective and practical measures to prevent the Baloch genocide.

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