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Baloch Human Rights Organization (BHRO) Activists Hold a Protest Against Killing Of BSO Leader Raza Jahangir and BNM activist Imdad Baloch By Security Forces In Absar Area Of Turbat.

ImageThe Baloch Human Rights Organisation held a protest demonstration outside Karachi Press Club on Wednesday against the brutal murder of BSO-Azad Secretary General Raza Jahangir Baloch and BNM leader Imdad Baloch in Turbat town of Balochistan.

Large number of Baloch women and children joined the protest to express their anger against security forces for its continuous atrocities across Balochistan. The protesters were carrying placard inscribed with different slogans and pictures of the slain Baloch leaders. They chanted slogans against what they call state terrorism in Balochistan. Image

Addressing the demonstration the BHRO leaders said that security forces have intensified human rights violations in Balochistan since the new government came in power, adding that, “The Security forces are expanding its terrorism across Balochistan by extra-judicially killing and abducting Baloch student and political activists and leaders.”

The BHRO leader said on the early morning of 14 August Pakistan army and FC attack the house of a Baloch political leader and opened indiscriminate firing and bombing on the houses killing Imdad Baloch, the house owner, and Baloch Students Organization Secretary General Raza Janahngir Baloch. Imdad Baloch’s aged father has been seriously injured in the attack and he has later been taken away along with another person by Pakistani army.

The leaders of BHRO further said that on 13 August Baloch people had organised a rally to record their protest against human rights violation on the arrival of UN Secretary General Mr Ban Ki-moon to Pakistan. Security forces attacked the peaceful rally and tried to abducted activists including women and children. Many women and children were injured due to indiscriminate batten charge by security forces.

“Security forces are continuing their atrocities in Balochistan unabated and now they have even started to kill people in the name of fake encounters to mislead the world,” BHRO leaders said.

The BHRO urged the UN secretary General Mr Ban Ki-moon to take notice of the killing and abduction of Baloch activists by security forces. They said it was shocking that Mr Ban Ki-moon was giving importance to secondary issues and ignoring the human rights violation by security forces.

“The UN seems completely unmoved by the grave atrocities and violations of human rights in Balochistan. We urge Mr Ban Ki-moon to stop ignoring the unfolding human tragedy in Balochistan and take notice of the brutal extra-judicial murder of BSO Azad Secretary General Raza Jahangir and BMN activis Imdad Baloch,” Said the BHRO.

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BHRO released a quarterly report on Human rights and state terrorism in balochistan

bhro report jan apr 20133Baloch Human Rights organization released a quarterly report on State terrorism and Human rights violation in Balochistan. The report comprises the events from January to April 2013 and listed names of those Balochs who were enforcely abducted and those who were extrajudicial killed.

In a released statement by BHRO it was said that the events of Human rights violation and state terrorism in Balochistan by the end of 1st quarter of 2013 shows a alarming condition in allover Balochistan . Human rights violation, state terrorism which includes mostly killings, orations, enforced abductions, mutilated bodies increased through the period.

the report summaries as:

From January to April  2013 following statistics are reported.
244 Baloch were enforcely abducted.
60 balochs were extrajudicial killed.

Among the killed Balochs 26 were killed in orations and 34 were killed after enforce abduction. During 4 month period 11 Baloch were released and 199 among abducted Balochs during the specified period were missing till the end of April 2013.

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