Sweden: BRP protests against rights violations and the abduction of Bugti women in Balochistan

December 7, 2014

2Sweden: Baloch Republican Party Sweden chapter held a protest demonstration in Gothenburg demanding safe recovery of abducted Bugti women and a strong action against gross Human rights abuses in the occupied Balochistan being systematically accelerated by Pakistan’s armed forces. Read the rest of this entry »

A True Voice Of Baloch; The youth icon Nawab Brahumdagh Khan Bugti.

October 26, 2014

A True Voice Of Baloch; The youth icon Nawab Brahumdagh Khan Bugti..

‘Avidity towards study eventually compelled Abdul Jabbar Bugti to commit suicide. Translated by: Gohar Bugti

October 8, 2014

jabarToday I am going to describe most sad story I have ever shared. Abdul Jabbar S/O Wahid Marettar, a 13 years old student of grade 7 resident of Bugra colony Sui area of Dera Bugti district,  committed suicide on Eid day, about 2:PM of 6th. Oct, 2014. Read the rest of this entry »

Blood-thirsty state targeting Baloch activists and IDPs even outside Balochistan – Sherbaz Bugti

April 22, 2014

dTAn activist of Baloch Republican Party, Sher Baz Bugti has said in a statement that the blood-thirsty forces of Pakistan was creating difficulties for the life of Baloch activists even in abroad. He said that the armed goons of so-called “Peace Force” attacked the houses of Bugti Baloch IDPs in Nawabshah, Sindh on the directives of Sarfaraz Bugti, the Pakistani interior minister in Balochistan.

Sherbaz Bugti said that the sanctity of households were badly violated during the unwarranted raids and women and children were inhumanely tortured by the state-sponsored criminals.  Read the rest of this entry »

Four Bugti IDPs abducted by Pakistani intelligence agencies from Nawabshah, Sindh.

April 19, 2014
imagesPakistani forces have raided many houses of Bugti (IDPs) in Nawabshah, Sindh and abducted four persons and violated the sanctity of households and harassed and tortured the family members.
According to Baloch Republican Party Media Cell sources, secret agencies of Pakistan have raided houses of Bugti IDPs in Saeedabad town of Nawab Shah, Sindh yesterday. The abducted IDPs have been named as Dur Mohammadd s/o Jeyand Bugti, Ramzan s/o Jeyand Bugti, Rozi s/o Ramza Bugti and Wazir khan s/o Pathan Bugti. All the abducted people belong to same family and they are the relatives of Baloch Republican Party activist Sher Baz Bugti who is in exile in Switzerland.

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State atrocities in Balochistan become daily routine forces abducted 3 & Bullet-ridden body found from Dera Bugti. BRP Media Cell

April 17, 2014

news mediaThe Pakistani army has carried out an operation in different parts of Sui and dumped bullet riddled dead body of previously abducted activist in Dera Bugti on Wednesday.

According Baloch Republican Party Media Cell sources, Pakistani Army has carried out a military operation and brutalized unarmed Baloch civilians in Patfedar, RD 238, Muhanpat and adjoining areas of Naseerabad. The Pakistani forces attacked on Baloch civilians populated areas and indiscriminately bombarded villages, more than 10 houses of the locals have been destroyed in the result of heavy bombardment. Read the rest of this entry »

Social Media: Boon or Bane For The Baluchistan Freedom Struggle.. By Laila Baloch

April 8, 2014

downloadSocial media being a powerful communication tool of twenty first century is playing a vital role in highlighting the excesses against deprived, aggrieved and oppressed people at both national and international level. Apart from this, history is replant with the examples where Social media did miracles in the world of international politics. Along with Egypt there are many other nations of the world which used social media as a source to get relief from the oppressors and to get their rights. These states’ elements by utilizing social media properly become successful in vibrating the wires of internal as well as external forces against occupiers and imposed rulers to get an absolute freedom.  Read the rest of this entry »

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