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Balochistan: Five persons went missing after being detained by Pakistani Army

Date:  9 Jun 2020 Current Balochistan  Five persons were allegedly arrested and disappeared by the Pakistani Army from Kech and Panjgur areas of Balochistan. According to the details, Four youngstars including two brothers were abducted by the Pakistani forces in Balgatar area of Kech, another case of forcefully Disappearance was reported from Panjgur. The men were taken into custody and disappeared by the Pakistani army in the Sri Gadgi area of ​​Balgatar on Tuesday morning. who have been identified as Zaman Jan son of Sipahan, Majid son of Sipahan, Abul Hassan son of Rehmat and Ahsab son of Khalil. Mir Sipahan was a resident of Gadgi and was forcibly relocated to Naag area of ​​Kolwah and he was killed by the Pakistani army during an operation in Kolwah. According to sources, locals went to the forces camp and demanded their release, but the army has refused to arrest of any youths. The families of the missing persons who were forcibly disappeared by the Pakistani army from Balgatar

Baloch Rebels Kill 7 Pakistan Soldiers in Two Attacks

By The Eastern Link Published : 08 JUN 2020, 10:37 PM IST Separatist Baloch fighters have attacked two military outposts in Pakistan’s restive frontier coastal province and killed at least seven soldiers during the weekend. Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) spokesman Major Gwahram Baloch has claimed responsibility for the attacks in Kech and Awaran Districts. Speaking to  Easternlink  from an undisclosed location, Major Gwahram Baloch provided details of the two attacks. Around 6 PM on Saturday, 6 June BLF fighters attacked a military camp and its outposts at Ata Muhammad Bazaar in Jahoo area of Awaran district with rockets and heavy weapons. At least six Pakistan soldiers were killed and more than twenty others were injured. BLF fighters calling themselves Sarmachars (freedom fighters) attacked a military post in the Nawran area of Kech district and killed one soldier. Video of the attack will be released in the media soon, said Major Baloch. He said that attacks on the ‘occupying Pa

Dr. Allah Nazar Baloch’s letter to Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC)

Dr. Allah Nazar Baloch’s letter to Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) sangar publication  - 09 Jun, 2020 at 3:46 pm Yousef bin Ahmad Al-Othaimeen Secretary-General Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Dated: June 08/2020 Subject: Seeking recognition as an observer at OIC for the Baloch people Since its foundation in 1969, the OIC has tirelessly fought for the rights of oppressed people across the world. The OIC recognized the struggle of the Palestine people long before other international bodies and admitted them as members in 1969. Likewise, the OIC recognized the Moro National Liberation Front as an observer in 1977 and Turkish Cypriot in 1979. On many other occasions, the OIC has fearlessly raised its voice in support of oppressed people and has justly been recognized as the collective voice of the oppressed world.   We, the oppressed Baloch people of Pakistan-occupied Balochistan, approach the OIC as people colonized and oppressed for more than seven decades, who have