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Pakistan's outcry on Kashmir is the pinnacle of hypocrisy: Dr. Allah Nizar Baloch

Aug 14, 2019 Current Balochistan The Pro-Independence Baloch leader Dr. Allah Nizar Baloch in his latest statement said that Pakistani pharaoh-like atrocities and Baloch genocide have continued unabatedly for several decades in Balochistan, in fact bringing more intensity in it with every passing day. The human rights violations in Balochistan have reached a peak in the history of mankind. Our children, mothers, sisters, and elders are the target of these inhuman atrocities. Dr. Allah Nizar Baloch commented about deteriorating human rights situations in Pakistan and said, " Pakistan has crossed all the limits of atrocities on oppressed and persecuted nations: Baloch, Sindhi, Pashtoon, Mohajir and other persecuted nations. The enforced disappearance of citizens, their torturing in tortures cells, and later on killing and dumping their dead bodies on desolated places have become the routine practice of Pakistan Army and its intelligence agencies. Not a single family has been sp

‘Balochistan can become the only part of the world with full employment’

Syeda Shehrbano Kazim Updated October 26, 2018 Academics, civil servants, media professionals and students attended an insightful presentation by Dr Kaiser Bengali on the five key aspects of deprivation in Balochistan – gas pricing, federal development expenditure, federal social protection, federal civil service and the structure of electoral representation – at the launch of his book A Cry for Justice: Empirical Insights from Balochistan on Thursday. — File Photo ISLAMABAD: Academics, civil servants, media professionals and students attended an insightful presentation by Dr Kaiser Bengali on the five key aspects of deprivation in Balochistan – gas pricing, federal development expenditure, federal social protection, federal civil service and the structure of electoral representation – at the launch of his book A Cry for Justice: Empirical Insights from Balochistan on Thursday. The book launch was hosted by the Oxford University Press (OUP). OUP Managing Director Arshad Saeed Hus

#BalochistanSolidarityDay and #14AugustBlackDay trend on Pak's Independence Day

ANI Published :  Aug 14, 2019, 1:48 pm IST Updated :  Aug 14, 2019, 1:52 pm IST Balochistan, the most volatile province in the southwestern borders of Pakistan has been struggling since 1948 against Pakistani occupation.  Rattled by New Delhi's historic move, Islamabad had also condemned it as an "illegal aggression" and called on the international community, including the United Nations, the United States and the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, to interfere in the matter. (Photo: File) New Delhi:  Pakistan was left red-faced after Balochistan, a province located on its southwestern borders, called for its freedom as the country observed 73rd Independence Day on Wednesday. The cash-strapped nation is observing August 14 as 'Kashmir Solidarity Day', in a protest against India's decision to abrogate Article 370 that accorded Jammu and Kashmir with special status, and passing a bill, which bifurcated the region into two Union Territories. Rattled by