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Free Balochistan Movement to organise protest and sit-in vigils on 26 June

LONDON:  The Free Balochistan Movement has announced to organise awareness campaigns, protests and sit-in vigils on 26 June – International Day in support of Victims of Torture – in different countries.

The FBM in its statement to media said that ‘occupying Pakistani’ force have intensified their offensives against civilians populations in Balochistan and they have disappeared thousands of innocent Baloch including women, children and elderly people since the beginning of the current phase of the Baloch freedom struggle.

‘Pakistani forces have destroyed the houses of hundreds of innocent Baloch in the name of so-called China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) only to appease China and pave way for Chinese exploitative designs in Balochistan. The Baloch population near CPEC route have been forced to migrate from their native towns and villages to become IDPs (Internally Displaced Persons) in Sindh and other areas of Balochistan,’ the FBM said read.

The Free Balochistan Movement said that since the announcement of General Elections, Pakistani forces have abducted hundreds of innocent people and now threatening their families through army’s local agents to participate in upcoming elections in July.

According to FBM statement to media, the Party will organise protests, vigils and awareness campaigns in different counties of Europe, Canada and America.


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