In a vibrant display of unity, thousands of people rode motorbikes and cars in Gresha in a resolute cry for justice for the Baloch community. This Baloch Yakjehti Committee (BYC) led demonstration is only one part of a growing wave of protests that calls for an end to all atrocities faced by the Baloch community by the oppressive Pak Army.
This is just another instalment in a series of rallies, as the BYC led another mass demonstration in Karkh yesterday, where people can be seen holding banners, and passionately chanting for life resistance, peace, and freedom and calling for an end to the systemic oppression that is faced by the innocent Baloch community.
In its continued and resolute effort to address the issues of the Baloch community, BYC arranged a massive rally in Dhadar, Bolan. This protest is part of BYC’s third phase of the campaign against the “Baloch genocide.”
Yet another impactful march in Khuzdar was organised by the BYC as part of its commitment to end the prevailing human rights issues and advocate for justice for the Baloch people. This vibrant march was diverse and inclusive of hundreds of women and children who took to the streets to voice their protest.
The BYC’s tireless efforts in several areas, such as Dhadar, Bolan, Gresha, and Karkh, demonstrate the increasing strength of the movement against the Baloch genocide, with the call for justice resonating throughout the diverse landscapes of 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.