POB:Troublesome Eid for Pak Army as massive protests erupt against Baloch Genocide

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Eid March Against Genocide: BYC Takes the Lead in Balochistan
BYC's Eid Protest (Photo - X)

In the fifth phase of the Baloch Solidarity Committee’s movement against the ongoing Baloch genocide, Pak-occupied Balochistan witnessed widespread protests on the day of Eid, aimed at demanding justice for the missing persons and denouncing the Army’s atrocities.

Dr Mahrang Baloch, delivering a message to the Baloch Nation ahead of the protest organized by the BYC, urges citizens to join in solidarity against the atrocities of the Baloch genocide, emphasizing the importance of breaking the silence surrounding these issues.

Organized by the Baloch Solidarity Committee, protests are being held across various areas, including Rakhni in Barkhan, calling for the recovery of missing Baloch individuals. Furthermore, rallies in Naseerabad and other regions highlight the urgent need to address forced disappearances and the broader issue of the Baloch genocide.

Sibghat Abdul Haq Baloch, addressing the Baloch community, urges widespread participation in the Pak-occupied-Balochistan-wide protests against the Baloch Genocide, stressing the need for collective action in demanding an end to these injustices.

The Baloch Yakjehti Committee (BYC) spokesperson announces that protests are slated to take place throughout Pak-occupied-Balochistan on Eid as part of the ongoing resistance movement against the Baloch genocide. Additionally, support is extended to Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP) protests in Karachi and Quetta.

Amidst systematic genocide and various atrocities faced by the Baloch nation, the BYC has initiated a multifaceted movement, including a sit-in in Islamabad, to draw attention to the plight of the Baloch people.

Pak-occupied Balochistan is currently enduring systematic genocide based on its identity, including enforced disappearances, extrajudicial killings, military operations, forced displacements, economic oppression, and other atrocities. Therefore, BYC urges the nation to participate as an organized and united entity in the protests organized on Eid and to share the pain and suffering of the families of the missing persons, as the movement against the Baloch genocide symbolizes the struggle for national survival.

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