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International Women’s Day and Baloch Women

By Shaari Baloch

This day is a courageous day for all those women who challenged the conservative World and proved themselves. Behind every developed society there is a role model who is a "woman" either  that woman as shape of a mother who taught her child about the duties towards her nation and land, who always advised her child “to fight for your rights and to preserved your identity” .A mother who encourages her child to speak in her own "mother language" and motivate him/her to promote their language.

Although women as a Girl, Mother, house wives, teachers , doctors play their essential roles but a women who is a struggler, a freedom fighter or a seeker for national identity plays historically a influential  role world wide.

In Baloch society mainly there have been no such traditional boudaries for Baloch women regarding education or jobs but since two decades the Baloch Nation is being the victims of Religious extremism and sectarianism as per  Pakistan state policy.

However, Baloch women played their due roles in every field. As a mother, She is  amma "Arz Malik" (mother of Raza Jahangir ,EX General secretary of BSO Azad) who created a leader , and then became a mother of Martyr, As poetess" mother of Professor Saba Dashtiyari" , As a Human rights worker " Bibi Gul", As a political worker "Banuk kareema Baloch", As a Sacrificer Bibi Yasmin Baloch and Mother of shaheed Doctor Khalid Baloch.

Later the war victims became the strange  searchers and fighters that is in search for lives , search for ther beloved ones a search for a mystery and finally became fighting daughters  of National history as Mahrang Baloch(DAughter of missing Naseer Baloch "Ex CC Member Of BSO Azad ),Sammi and Mehlab Baloch (Daughter of dr din Mohammad Baloch). Influential sisters like Farzana Majeed Baloch (sister of Missing Zakir majeed baloch) ,Seema Baloch (Sister of Shabir Baloch ,EX information secretary of BSO Azad). Or a supporter wife Zar jan Baloch, wife of Ex chairman zahid Baloch and thousands  of more, They all are the “Powers" who affects the silence.

These women  have  been struggling, demonstrating and questioning the world . They have been Asking for their rights which is  only to live a normal life with their families. Farzana  Majeed and Sammi Baloch  who have been struggling since more than a decade. Mehlab spent her Childhood in Camps while demonstrating for Her father's safe recovery.

In this International Women's day world should recognize the goals and targets of Baloch women, whose demands are simple and clear that bring out their beloved ones at courts and prove their crimes because detaining some one in secrete places is an International crime which effects a family and manifestations leads to the entire society and nation.

We urge Human Rights organisations and Amnesty International that , Do Not   let Mahrang  to become another Mehlab . Her struggles  must be for education, for new techniques  and for knowledge but not for her missing Father and it can only be possible , if the world support Mahrang and Mehlab for the recovery of their fathers.

UN, UNICEF, UNDP, UNESCO, Amnesty International including all other Human  Rights organisations to have their due role to solve the issues of Struggling women of Baloch Nation and to bring these critical issues in their their consideration whether it’s the right of Education , social behaviour or family , society Development and Women  Rights.


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