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Full Page advert in Top UK Newspaper calls for an End to Enforced Disappearances in Pakistan

Full Page advert in Top UK Newspaper calls for an End to Enforced Disappearances in Pakistan
24'June 2019(Current Balochistan)A full-page advert in a top UK news has called for an end to Enforced Disappearances in Pakistan. The advert has been published in The Times newspaper, a newspaper which is said to be “an integral and important part of the political structure of Great Britain” with an average daily circulation of 417,298.The advert placed by the World Baloch Organisation and Baloch Republican Party reads in bold letters “ Help End Enforced Disappearances in Pakistan”, highlighting the dire human rights situation in Pakistan, urging for the end of killings, torture and particularly enforced ‘disappearances’  by the Pakistani establishment in Balochistan, Sindh and KPK.This comes as part of a human rights awareness campaign recently jointly initiated by the groups. The campaign has consisted of various outdoor adveritisments including billboards, guerrila advertisments and so…

Another person went missing from Kech, Balochistan.

24'June 2019(Current Balochistan)A person was forcibly disappeared by Pakistani security forces From Mand district Kech.According to the details, yesterday on 23rd June from Bullo Bazar, Mand, Pakistani security forces forcibly disappeared a Baloch youth who is been identified as Noor Bux S/O Lal Bux.After the abuction of the Baloch youth some of civilians conducted a demonstration infront of Security forces camp in Mand.Meanwhile, his whereabouts still remains unknown.Baloch Republican Party and World Baloch Organization has started awareness campign in different areas of London against the illegal Disappearances in Pakistan.According to updates, Today an operation was conducted in Taal area of Hoshab, district kech, where security forces conducted a Military operation with a large number of security personnel but we couldn't confirm the news from our reporters.

Bolan: A FC personnel killed with a sniper rifle Attack. BLA

25'June 2019(Current Balochistan)An Outpost of Pakistani forces was attacked in Bolan area of Balochistan on Monday, BLA claimed responsibility of the attack.Baloch Liberation Army's spokesperson, Jeeyand Baloch claimed the killing of one Frontier Corps(FC) personnel in Bolan which was a result of an attack targeting the Pakistani military forces there. The exact location of the attack was at Margat, Mansoor where there was a outpost built by the occupying army. He added that, the killing of one Frontier Corps(FC) personnel working at the outpost who died right on the spot.The Spokesperson vowed that such attacks against the Pakistan army and its subordinate forces will continue until Balochistan is a ‘free land’.

Armed attack on forces in Hub, BLA claims the responsibility.

25'June 2019Pakistani frontier corps (FC) personnel were attacked on Monday early in the night at Hub area of Balochistan.According to the details received at Current Balochistan, Pakistani security forces were attacked in the city of Hub.The spokesman of the Baloch Liberation Army, Jeeyand Baloch, issued a statement in the media from unknown location and accepting the responsibility of the attack targeting the Frontier Corps (FC) at Hub Chowki, an industrial city of Balochistan and briefed the Liberation fighters attacked the security personnel of the Frontier Corps with heavy weapons and hand grenades and several were killed while many left wounded. The spokesperson added that "the security personnel had reached Hub bazaar by Al-javad coach which was coming from Turbat and our fighters were already sitting close to them. Military personnel were attacked when they reached a safe distance from the passenger coach." Baloch Liberation Army accepted the responsibility of t…

Pak supporters ripped posters in support of Balochistan in London

Monday, 24 Jun, 12.29 pmThe battle of Azad Balochistan is now being fought in London. On Sunday, Baloch supporters outside London's Lord's Cricket Ground filed a poster and protested against Pakistan's 'tyranny' in Balochistan. When these posters were placed outside Cricket Ground, then the match was going on between Pakistan and South Africa. After the match ended, Pakistani supporters torn up the posters in support of Balochistan.loading...Last month an agitation was launched in Hannover, Germany for the Balochistan independence and it was named 'Free Balochistan Movement'.In this movement, Baloch supporters demanded a ban on Pakistan's nuclear weapons and a ban on nuclear tests conducted in Balochistan.Baloch supporters have been accused that Pakistan occupied Balochistan on March 27, 1948, and since then the people of Baloch are suffering from atrocities. Baloch complains that the people of Balochistan are killing Pakistan and killing them. Many lea…