Monday 11 December 2017

Pakistan army kills 35, non-combat civilians in Johaan operation – BRP Media Cell

Quetta: 35 Baloch civilians killed in Pakistan army operation in Johan area of  Mastung within last three days.
According to Baloch Republican Party Media Cell sources, Hundreds of Pakistani troops supported by gunship helicopters conducted three days long operation in Johan and its adjacent areas in Mastung District.
During the operation, ground troops burnt dozens of houses of non-combatants civilians while the helicopters bombarded and shelled from air, which resulted in killing of more than 35 people. Large number of livestock were also killed due to indiscriminate bombardment.
Sources said majority of the victims were local shepherds and farmers, who were heading towards Mastung, when forces stopped them, made up stand in a line and brutally shot them dead one by one in an international terrorist group ISIS style execution.

Wednesday 6 December 2017

Berlin:BRP & BNM urge Swiss govt to reconsider Nawab Brahumdagh Bugti’s asylum application

Berlin: Baloch Republican Party and Baloch National Movement organized a joint protest demonstration outside Swiss Embassy in Berlin, Germany here on Tuesday.
Both the parties in a joint statement said that the objective of the demonstration was to protest the rejection of Nawab Brahumdagh Bugti’s Asylum application and the ban on Nawab Mehran Marri’s entry in Swiss soil by the authorities.

Sunday 3 December 2017

#GrantBugtiAsylum: Baloch Republican Party protests outside Swiss Embassy in London against unjust decision of Switzerland

London: Baloch Republican Party UK chapter held a demonstration protest outside the Switzerland embassy in london here on Saturday.
The objective of the demonstration was to protest the unjust decision of the Switzerland authorities of turning down the political asylum application of Top Baloch leader and chief of BRP, Nawab Brahumdagh Bugti.
Mansoor Baloch, the President of the party’s UK Chapter, has said that Switzerland should review its decision, and it should not overlook its code of neutrality, human rights laws and the western traditions.