May 19, 2013
By: Mir Sarmachar Baloch
Thousands of Baloch youth sacrificed their life defending Balochistan and they made history. None of Martyr needs anything to be written about their struggle and sacrifices because they made history by giving their bloods for the noble cause. Today, I’m writing about Martyr Haq Nawaz Bugti. He was one of the youngest and intelligent Sarmachar (freedom fighter) in Baloch resistance movement. He was born in the house of well known family of Bugti tribe. He belongs to the ruling Rahejave clan in Bugti tribe. He was only 17 years old and the student of 8th class in TF Grammar School Sui when he joined Baloch liberation movement.
In early 2005, a captain of Pakistani Army raped a lady doctor of PPL hospital in Sui. The Bugti tribe strongly protested against it and Shaheed Nawab Akbar Bugti demanded punishment of the culprit but on other hand the president of Pakistan at that time was Dictator Parvaiz Musharaf who announced the culprit of the incident as innocent without any legal procedure.
The situation of Balochistan especially of Dera Bugti started getting worst day by day. Shaheed Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti initiated a campaign to spread awareness among the people of Balochistan about their lost freedom. Shaheed Nawab Akbar Bugti arranged a gathering in Sui in 2004, thousands of People from different parts of Balochistan attended it. That was the first gathering in our area where Shaheed Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti, Shaheed Balaach Khan Marri and others spoke to the youths and very much inspired us. Martyr Haq Nawaz was the most intelligent person in our group. In the general discussions, he always used to interfere and tried to speak about the Balochistan and her Geographical and historical matters. Read the rest of this entry »
April 28, 2013
Tortured and bullet-ridden bodies of two activists of Jeay Sindh Muttaheda Mahaz have been found in Khaipore city of Dado on Sunday.
Sources reported that the bodies of Sindhi activists were stuffed in a sack and were discovered in a Nathan Shah village in Sindh.
The victims have been identified as Aamir Khuhawad and Sajjad Markhand. They men were reportedly abducted from Larkana three day ago. Read the rest of this entry »
April 24, 2013
Pakistan continues the unabated abductions and under-custody killings of Baloch activists as the International Community watches in silence. The brutally tortured and bullet riddled dead bodies of abducted Baloch have been found Panjgur and Khuzdar towns of Balochistan.
According to the details four mutilated dead bodies of two Baloch youth were found from panjgur town of Balochistan on Tuesday. Read the rest of this entry »
April 19, 2013
Pakistani forces have started a door-to-door search operation inPunjgor town. Many areas including the main bazaar, Garmkan, custom were besieged and attacked by the state forces. Houses, shops and schools were raided and looted of valuables. Pakistani forces surrounded the girls’ school and violently broke into the doors and windows. The armed personnel of the forces indiscriminately targeted the female teachers and students. Read the rest of this entry »
April 14, 2013
Quetta: BRP, BRSO organized protest rallies against Pakistani occupation, elections in Balochistan Forces abducted 19 activists during the protests
Baloch Republican Party and Baloch Republican Student Organization have organized protest rallies in different cities and towns of Balochistan including Shal, Noshki, Mashkay, Naseerabad, Jaffarabad and Dera Bugti against illegal occupation and Pakistani elections in Balochistan. A large number of political activists of BRP and student activists of BRSO took out a huge protest rally in Shal (Quetta). A large crowd of Baloch people including women and children also took part in the rally. Protesters were carrying placards, banners, pictures of state victims including Baloch missing persons and martyrs. Participants chanted slogans against Pakistan, illegal occupation and upcoming Pakistani general elections in Balochistan. BRP and BRSO leaders including Banuk Hooran Baloch spoke to the rally and condemned state atrocities, military operations, human rights abuses and upcoming elections in Balochistan. Speakers said that the solution to Balochistan problem is not the Pakistani elections but rather end to the illegal occupation and withdrawal of its forces from Balochistan. Read the rest of this entry »
April 11, 2013
Baloch Republican Party activists held references in all units to commemorate the martyrs of Murghap – Ghulam Mohammad Baloch, Sher Mohammad Baloch and Lala Munir Baloch – on their fourth martyrdom anniversary.
Respect and salutation were paid to their ideal struggle and great sacrifice for the freedom and independence of the Baloch nation and Balochistan.
Ghulam Mohammad Baloch was the chairman and leader of Baloch National Movement; Sher Mohammad Baloch was a central leader of Baloch Republican Party and Lala Munir Baloch was also a leader of the Baloch National Movement. Read the rest of this entry »
April 9, 2013
Enforced disappearances in Balochistan continue unabated as the Pakistani forces allegedly abducted another seven innocent Baloch people including five activists of Baloch Republican Party from different areas of Balochistan. An activist of Baloch Republican Party namely Abdul Mutlib Baloch s/o Iman Din Baloch was abducted by Pakistani forces from Punjgur on Sunday (April 07, 2013). Read the rest of this entry »