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National Remembrance Day: glowing tributes paid to Baloch martyrs of liberation

National Remembrance Day: glowing tributes paid to Baloch martyrs of liberation

Nov 14,2019

(Current Balochistan)

Baloch nation stood united to remember the fallen heroes of liberation struggle on 13 of November (Wednesday).

Memorial gatherings were held across Balochistan and many cities of world to pay tributes to Baloch martyrs and those languishing in prisons cells of Pakistan.

In a show of unity and solidarity with families of Baloch political prisoners the Baloch nation has observed 13 of November as the National Day of Remembrance for Baloch Martyrs. References, gathering and musical programs were organised across Balochistan.

An online campign was held and have trended in many countries including Pakistan.

Meanwhile, references and memorials were also held in different cities of world including London, Germany, South Korea and other Parts of the world to observe 13 Novmber for National Martyrs Day.

The Baloch Nation has selected 13 November as the 'Baloch Martyrs' Day or Remembrance Day' because of its historical importance & to honour the sacrifices of Mir Mehrab Khan with his companions. they were assassinated by British Army while Defending baloch Motherland in 13 November 1839.

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