Protests across Pak-occupied Balochistan for the release of detainees and end to Paki oppression

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Protests against Pak Army
Protests (Photo - News Intervention)

Demonstrators from Pak-occupied-Balochistan have taken to the streets, voicing their outrage over the prolonged detention of students and human rights activists without trial. These protests have ignited a call to act for human rights organizations to intervene and secure the release of those unjustly held.

The heart-wrenching situation in Pak-occupied-Balochistan has prompted citizens to rally together in unity, demanding justice and the immediate release of their loved ones. The arrests of students and human rights activists have left families in distress, as their loved ones fade behind bars for years without facing trial.

Meanwhile, in Germany, the Baloch Republican Party (BRP) organized protests against the military operations in Dera Bugti and the continuous human rights violations in Pak-occupied-Balochistan. The Paki establishment says that the Pak Army launched a rescue operation to recover six footballers who were abducted while traveling from Sui Dera Bugti to Sibi. However, under this lie, Dera Bugti has been under siege by the Pak Army.

Consequently, Adil Baloch, Vice President of BRP Germany, took center stage during the demonstration and he shed light on the atrocities committed by the Pakistan Army in Pakistan-occupied-Balochistan. Adil Baloch also highlighted the alarming instances of fake encounters and abductions conducted by the Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) targeting innocent Baloch civilians.

For far too long, Pakistan-occupied-Balochistan has witnessed enforced disappearances, targeting political activists, students, and civilians by the Pak Army. They are subjected to torture, and their lifeless bodies are discarded in isolated areas. Following the illegal occupation of Balochistan in March 1948, Balochistan has been fighting the war of its existence and freedom from Pakistan.

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