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We are thankful to Baloch nation cooperating media boycott

We are thankful to Baloch nation cooperating media boycott. Gwahram

Quetta (Sangar News) Gwaharm Baloch, the spokesman of Balochistan Liberation Front said “with every passing day there is an incremental rise in state terrorism, persecution and barbarity and human rights violations in occupied Balochistan. Pakistan Army with it’s foot soldiers and aerial might destroying hundreds of villages through looting, burning and by forced migration. Military forces arrest, harass and abduct children, teen, women and aged; after that throw the mutilated bodies of them. Such gruesome activities have been the order of day.” Gwaharm Baloch added, “Army established its cheek posts and camp after every two to five kilometers to strengthen its waning colonial occupation of Balochistan. There is a constant surge in the number of these check posts. In majority of the areas, the health centers, schools and colleges have been converted into military check posts and camps. Even in some cases they forcibly evacuated residents and turned their houses into camps.”

Gwaharm Baloch said, “Pakistan Army and its intelligence agencies are culprits in war crimes for the mass murder of Baloch nation through its new policy of collective punishment. But these heinous crimes of Pakistani forces are hidden in sight of international community because media is silent on this humanitarian crisis (in Balochistan).” He stated,” Surely the media is under intense pressure coming from Pakistan Army and other security forces, and media, instead of resisting these illegal demands, has given up the struggle; due this silence of media Pakistan is able to blanket its war crimes. Currently media is only playing the role of a sponsor of state narrative. Under these circumstances Balochistan Liberation Front on 24th October 2017 decided to boycott the media in Balochistan in sole purpose to help the media houses to come out of this limbo and do transparent reporting on Balochistan.”
Gwaharm Baloch further added, “Surely our this desired effort in some way remained fruitful for those media men who wanted to come out of state pressure and do unbiased journalism. Another way our boycott exposed the collaboration of anti Baloch and biased media and the state. Therefore today Balochistan Liberation Front decided to take back the call of media boycott.”
Gwaharm Baloch said “We are thankful to Jiyand Baloch, the spokesman of BLA supporting our media boycott. We are also highly thankful to Baloch journalists and Baloch nation those who cooperated us in this cause.” http://sangarpublication.com/home/page/582.html

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