BNM Germany protests against atrocities by Pak Army on Balochs

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BNM Germany Protest Banners (Photo: News Intervention)

On the World Day for International Justice, the Baloch National movement (BNM) staged a protest in Dusseldorf, Germany.  During the protest, various members of the BNM along with other Baloch individuals gathered and expressed concern over the gross human rights violation in Balochistan.

On July 15, the demonstration was held outside the Dusseldorf Central Station. BNM General Secretary Sangat Jabbar Baloch expressed concern over the human right abuses in Balochistan. He said that the cases of enforced disappearances have increased. More than 10,000 students have forcibly disappeared from their houses and are present in the Pak Army torture cells. Outlining the terror industry of Pakistan, he stated that Pakistan has destroyed Afghanistan and terrorized South Asia. He requested the EU and UN to take action against the exploitation of Baloch land. According to him, Balochistan is a resources rich nation but is under the exploitation of Pakistan. He said, “Pakistan took our gold, copper, mine, yet we have no school, no road, no electricity, nothing.”Apart from him, BNM Germany NRW Deputy Unit Secretary Sangat Amjeed Murad, Sangat Badal Baloch, Joint Secretary Sangat Shar Hassan also addressed the gathering.

BNM Fighting Pak Atrocities

BNM has been fighting for the Baloch Rights for more than 27 years now. It has raised its voice against the infamous ”kill and dump” and “enforced disappearances” policy of Pakistan. Since its illegal occupation in March 1948, Balochistan has witnessed the worst phase of human rights violations. Unfortunately, the International organizations, including UN have turned a blind eye towards the atrocities on Baloch people. Nonetheless, to resist the illegal encroachment and exploitation of Baloch land and raise the issue of human rights violation by Pakistan, BNM has taken a center stage. Now BNM has its presence in various countries across the world especially Europe. The Baloch Diaspora, although being small has continuously raised the issue of Balochistan in the respective countries.

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