London: BRP activists stage protest against enforced disappearances in Balochistan

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London: Baloch Republican Party central spokesman, Sher Mohammad Bugti, in a statement said that BRP UK Zone held its annual session, discussed past and future activities on Sunday.

The session was supervised by BRP Central leader Mansoor Baloch. Mr. Baloch, while addressing the participants, said that “Baloch people are in extreme situations. Our mothers and sisters have come out to the roads for their loved ones, but no one is ready to listen to them and share their sorrows”

Mr. Baloch added that enforced disappearances were escalating on a daily basis, and the recovery of mutilated dead bodies had became a daily occurence.

“Baloch people from every intellectual field are being abducted. Enforced disappearances are violations of Pakistan’s own constitution yet not the media nor the civil society takes up this issue or highlight it.” He said.

A number of Baloch intellectual and activists have joined BRP praising the status of the Party and appreciating the leadership of Nawab Brahumdagh Bugti.

Among the activists were Majeed Baloch, Rizwan Meer Baloch, Jeeyand Baloch, Asif Baloch, Asim Baloch, Shabeer Baloch, Mohammad Hanif, Hanif Raeesi, Abdul Rasheed Baloch, Akram Benzinjo, Taj Mohammad Baloch, Talah Baloch, Junaid Baloch, Ali Baloch, Sajjad Baloch, Jawed Baloch, Rizwan Baloch, Pervez Baloch, Haroon Baloch, Sanaullah Baloch, Salah Baloch, Kamran Baloch, Yaseen Baloch, Muhammad Asif Baloch, Zubair Baloch, Sabir Baloch, Qasim Baloch, Dost Mohammad Baloch and Khalid Baloch.

Meanwhile, Jeeyand Baloch was elected as vice President, and Shabeer Baloch as the Secretary General of the BRP UK Zone Cabinet.

Expressing their complete trust in Nawab Brahumdagh Bugti and BRP, the newly joined party activists stated that joining the caravan started by Father of the Nation, Shaheed Nawab Akbar Bugti, was a proud achievement by them and they pledged to work on his footsteps and highlight the Baloch cause in all possibly forums.

On the occasion of the session, BRP also held a protest demonstration outside the UK PM Office to express solidarity with the families of the missing person on a hunger strike in Quetta Press Club.

BRP activists urged the UK Government to take notice of human rights violations in Balochistan and take steps to prevent the Baloch Genocide at the hands of Pakistan army and intelligence agencies.