The recent social media campaign launched by the Baloch Yakjehti Committee (BYC) #IStandWithBalochMarch is gaining global momentum. People worldwide are uniting on social media and sharing their videos and posts to support the Baloch people in their march against the ongoing Baloch genocide.
The latest post by the Baloch Yakjehti Committee (BYC) presents a video compilation of people belonging to various regions, age groups and professions who are expressing their unwavering solidarity with the Baloch people march against the ongoing Baloch genocide by using the #IStandWithBalochMarch campaign. By sharing their video clips people are encouraging the participants of the Sit-In at NPC, Islamabad and resist the genocide of the Baloch nation. People have shown this to the Pak establishments that families at NPC, Islamabad are not alone in their struggle but people across the world stand with them in their cause. BYC expresses gratitude to all those who have participated in the social media campaign, as their messages of solidarity serve as a source of courage in this ongoing struggle.
The Baloch Yakjehti Committee (BYC) recently launched a global social media campaign #IStandWithBalochMarch: Uniting Voices for Justice to draw global attention and solidarity to the ongoing atrocities on the Baloch people. The campaign invites everyone to join in showing support for the Baloch March, with a special emphasis on the people of Pakistan. It has been long since the Baloch people have organised and resisted genocide through peaceful means. There is an urgent need to work together to stop false information spreading, alter damaging narratives and put an end to the Baloch Genocide, which includes extrajudicial killings and forced disappearances. By sharing their opinions via social media posts and videos the campaign seeks support from people around the world for Baloch’s long march. The campaign aims to raise awareness of the struggles, resilience, and unwavering determination of the Baloch people in their struggle for justice and human rights through these personal accounts.
The resource-rich province of Balochistan was forcibly occupied by the Pak Army on March 27, 1948. The Baloch people have since been subjected to ceaseless persecution, genocide, home invasions, abductions for ransom, simulated encounters, target killings, torture, and kidnappings. There is a sincere call for justice and fundamental human rights in the ongoing Baloch Long March. It is consistent with the belief that every community must protect the welfare and dignity of its citizens. The Baloch community is still fighting for justice, and they are appealing to the world to hear their cries. It emphasizes how urgently the world needs to pay attention to and take action in response to the prevalent human rights violations in Balochistan.