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BNM protest in Germany attracts large crowds

 September 2, 2018

Protest by BNM in Germany attracted large crowds on Saturday.

According to TBP correspondents, large number of Baloch activists and members of general public participated in a protest organised by Baloch National Movement (BNM). The protest was held in Hannover, Germany on Saturday 1st September 2018.

A large number of women and children were also seen in the protest, which was held to ‘condemn Pakistan Army’s brutalities in Balochistan’.

The local BNM leaders alleged that in recent days Pakistan Army has abducted and disappeared several Baloch women and children from Balochistan.

“These women are kept in secret torture cells and we have genuine concerns that these women might have been used as sex slaves just like Pakistan Army did in Bangladesh in 1971,” a BNM leader said while talking to TBP.

He told TBP that the aim of the protests in Germany and in other European or American countries is to raise awareness about the appalling human rights tragedy in Balochistan. ‘We appeal international community to intervene in Balochistan and help us end the ongoing Baloch genocide on urgent basis’, he added.

BNM leader said: ‘if the international community continues its silence, then it is very eminent that Pakistan will repeat history of Bengali genocide with Baloch nation, which will be another black chapter in human history’.


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