Recently, a massive protest broke out in Ornach, Pak-occupied Balochistan by the Baloch Yakjehti Committee (BYC). This is the first in Ornach’s history that women and children have taken part in a protest rally. This is a response to the call made by the BYC’s urge to express solidarity with the Baloch protestors in Islamabad.
Lately, several protests have been led by BYC in different places, such as a significant crowd including women and children demonstrated in Pasni, also tens of thousands of people including women and children rallied in Gwadar, a massive protest broke out in Tump, and similar protests were held in Gresha, Karkh, Dhadar and Khuzdar. These large-scale demonstrations help the Baloch community raise their voices and promote unity and solidarity.
As the movement gains momentum, the Baloch people are unified and committed to exposing and opposing the grave injustices committed by the Pak Army. These demonstrations are increasing the strength of the movement against Baloch genocide and the atrocities that the Baloch community faces from the oppressive Pak Army.
The Pak Army has been systematically assaulting humanity in Balochistan since March 27, 1948. Since then Baloch people have been subjected to brutality by regular home invasions, kidnappings for ransom, target killings, forced disappearances, torture etc.