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” The Voice of Baloch Victims of Enforced disappearance was stopped to be heard in UN”

on September 26, 2019 Bolan Times ( PARIS )  ” The Voice of Baloch Victims of Enforced disappearance was stopped to be heard in UN : Voice for Baloch Missing Person ( VBMP ) , Vice Chairman Mama Qaderr Baloch said ” The Voice of Baloch Victims of Enforced disappearance was stopped to be heard in UN HRC Session.” According to Mama Abdul Qadeer Baloch, Vice Chairman, ( VBMP ) recent Video message that his voice for disappeared persons was stoped to be heard in recent 42nd Human Rights Council session which is being held in United Nation Office Geneva this September. ” The legend ” Mama Qadeer was intended to go to Geneva to raise the issue of Baloch Missing Persons (victims of involtarily Disappeared Persons) was denied Visa by Swiss this month . In Video message Mama Qadeer saying that I was willing to go to United Nation Geneva to inform the world again about Human Rights issues in Pakistan and to raise voice for Baloch missing persons he marched more then 2000 KM from Quetta to I

Labourer in Balochistan’s Sibi shot dead by unidentified men

Muhammad Atif Ali 12 hours ago Two people lost their lives and five other were injured in two separate incidents in Balochistan on Wednesday. Unidentified men killed a labourer in Sibi. Police says the deceased was identified as Jaru Khan. The culprits managed to flee the scene, the law enforcers said. His body was handed over to the family after completion of medico-legal formalities. Related: Two woman among three gunned down An inquiry has been initiated into the incident, police said. Separately, a Levies driver was killed and five others were injured after a vehicle of the law enforcers collided with a passenger van in Khuzdar. The driver was identified as Ghulam Mohammad. The deceased and injured were shifted to a nearby hospital. Follow SAMAA Englis

Bard of Blood's Vineet Kumar on playing an undercover agent in Balochistan, and how he trained for the role

Firstpost   • Sep 25, 2019 19:24 IST    By  Devansh Sharma (Firstpost was invited by Netflix to conduct interviews from the sets of Bard of Blood in Rajasthan in March 2019) I keep looking for Viineet Kumar before realising the  Mukkabaaz  actor is already seated in front of me, ready for our interview on the sets of Netflix's India Original  Bard of Blood . Viineet Kumar in a still from Bard of Blood. YouTube In the seven-episode spy drama based on Bilal Siddiqui's 2015 book of the same name, Viineet plays Veer, a RAW intelligence officer who was sent on a covert mission in Balochistan years ago, only to be forgotten by the agency. However, under the guise of a truck driver (and also an opium smuggler to stay close to the Taliban), he has survived, whilst concealing his identity in Balochistan. He is an eternal optimist, who continues to send information to RAW though there has been no response for years. "He has blended into the population in Balochistan. He ha