In response to the call made by the Baloch Yakjehti Committee (BYC), a significant crowd including women and children demonstrating powerful unity gathered in Pasni yesterday. Highlighting their shared concerns and determination to address the atrocities by the Pak Army.
Also, in response to BYC’s call to express solidarity with the Baloch protestors in Islamabad, tens of thousands of people including women and children rallied in Gwadar. This demonstrates the coordinated effort by the Baloch community and signalling a united front against the brutality of the Pak Army.
Baloch Yakjheti Committee also led a massive protest in Tump, majorly women and children led this protest. These massive rallies help the Baloch community to make their voices louder and foster a sense of unity and solidarity. This widespread support underscores the significance of these concerns not only locally but on a global scale, fostering a positive change.
Recently, BYC has led a series of protests and rallied in cities such as Gresha, Karkh, Dhadar and Khuzdar. This demonstrates the increasing strength of the movement against the Baloch genocide, with the call for justice resonating throughout the diverse landscapes of Pakistan-occupied Balochistan. This rally serves as a powerful expression of solidarity and unity in the face of difficulties.
The Pak Army is waging a systematic assault on humanity in Balochistan. Since March 27, 1948, the Baloch people have faced regular home invasions, kidnappings for ransom, target killings, forced disappearances, and torture. Exploitation has been directed towards the resource-rich provinces of Pakistan-occupied Balochistan, where the Pak Army is executing an evil plan to loot the region’s wealth.