Sunday, October 30, 2011

Baloch stay away from Pakistan’s Pro-Taliban “All Parties Conference”.

The coordination between various stakeholders in Baloch freedom movement may not be ideal, but a recent decision by Baloch leaders in different parties to stay away from Pakistan’s pro-Taliban “all parties’ conference” seems to be a joint decision. Baloch have been campaigning against the Pakistan military sponsored talibanization in Pashtun districts of Balochistan since early days of Afghan war during Pakistani General Zia Ul Haq’s era. The absence from “APC” shows that Baloch are not interested in Pakistan’s pro-Taliban policy , and seek an end to Pakistan military’s support to Pro-Taliban religious elements.

Pakistan army and its secret agencies have intensified its “kill and dump” policies in Balochistan despite various reports and warnings by international human rights organizations. Mere reports seem to have little effect on Pakistan’s military and it continues with its crimes against humanity in Balochistan, where young Baloch students, political activists, lawyers, journalists, doctors and social workers are forcibly disappeared and their mutilated bodies’ surface on roadsides.

When the Prime Minister of Pakistan traveled to Quetta and delivered his eloquent speech about reconciliation, the same week Baloch nation received 6 mutilated dead bodies, that speaks volumes for Pakistan’s reconciliation and political process in Balochistan. Until and unless United Nations and international community decides to intervene and take notice of Pakistan’s atrocities against Baloch nation, Pakistan military and secret agencies will continue their “kill and dump” policies in Balochistan.

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1 Comments:

At December 27, 2012 at 9:06 PM , Anonymous Waffen SS said...

I support Balochs,India should help them,but our weak government is coward.

 

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