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Panjgur: Armed men attack on construction company

Jan 01, 2020  (Current Balochistan) Armed men attacked on construction company in Panjgur district of Balochistan on Tuesday. According to details, unidentified gunmen attacked a construction company in Panjgur Airport Road last night and damaged the construction company. Work on the road remains suspended. While, in the past, such construction companies have been targeted in different areas of Balochistan, whose responsibilities were claimed by the Baloch separatist organizations but no one has claimed responsibility for this attack yet.

Black hole of enforced disappearances in Balochistan

By: Yassir Baloch The most disturbing aspect of the situation in Balochistan is the sharp increase in human rights violations. The most harrowing of all human rights violations are enforced disappearances. It has become an explosive issue given that more people have gone missing, especially nowadays, once again the umbrella is on Baloch students. The recent abduction of Wahab Baloch, central committee member of Baloch Students Action Committee (BSAC) along with Feroz Baloch, Majid Baloch and Jamil Baloch. Undoubtedly thousands of Balochs are missing. Enforced disappearance is not a new tactic of the state to drop political dissent. Ironically, on 16 October 2017, Pakistan became one of the 15 states elected as members of the United Nations Human Rights Council. In its election pledge, Pakistan resolved to uphold, promote and safeguard human rights and fundamental freedom for all, yet the enforced disappearances continue to exist at home. Let’s ask authorities, have they gone through th

Balochistan Liberation Front issued it's manifesto to the public.

Jan 01, 2019 (Current Balochistan) Balochistan Liberation Front spokesman Major Gwahram Baloch said in a media statement that the interim manifesto of the BLF has been approved at the Supreme Command Council meeting of Balochistan Liberation Front after review and amendment and it is now published to the public is being done.  Major Gwahram Baloch has stated that the BLF, at its inception, had issued an interim manifesto, which was intended to present a sketch of the independent Balochistan in front of the Baloch people. The Interim Manifesto was presented at a meeting of the Supreme Command Council of the Organization for revision and amendment in accordance with national needs and times, which was unanimously approved. Today, at the beginning of the new year, it is being published for the Baloch nation, the Baloch nation's neighbors and the global community. He said the manifesto consists of two parts. The first part is Departure which summarizes Baloch national history. The hist