The UK chapter of the Baloch Nationwide Motion (BNM) and related organisations referred to as on the Indian authorities to problem the atrocities of the “rogue state of Pakistan” and help Balochistan’s freedom motion.
At a memorial occasion to mark Baloch Martyrs’ Day in London on Wednesday, members of the BNM in addition to teams such because the World Sindhi Congress and Baloch College students Organisation Azad paid tributes to these killed of their battle for Baloch freedom over time and branded the UK authorities “hypocritical” for its silence on the human rights violations within the resource-rich area.
“Over 20,000 Baloch people have been abducted by Pakistani security forces and many killed in the last two decades. Our message to the Indian government is that they have to raise their voice against the atrocities by the Pakistani security forces,” stated Hammal Haider, international affairs spokesperson of the Baloch Nationwide Motion.
“India played an important role in liberating Bangladesh and it must now come forward and support our movement to gain independence from the rogue state of Pakistan, which is breeding Islamist militants and destabilising the entire region,” he stated.
The organisation together with Balochistan activists all over the world yearly mark November 13 as Martyrs’ Day in tribute to the martyrdom of Baloch ruler Mir Mehrab Khan and his fighters who defended the area within the face of British invasion on November 13, 1839.
Candle-light vigils, poetry classes and tributes are held to honour the reminiscence of all these killed of their wrestle for Baloch independence from Pakistan, which it sees as an unlawful occupier of its land.
In reference to the British authorities, Haider stated, “The UK talks about human rights of the Kashmiri folks and stays silent on our struggling by the hands of Pakistan’s spy company Inter-Companies Intelligence.
“That is hypocritical, provided that Balochistan was an impartial nation earlier than the British colonialists created Pakistan and paved the best way for Pakistani occupation of our land. They need to converse out for all human rights violations.”
Dr Lakhu Luhana, Basic Secretary of the World Sindhi Congress, added, “It’s the responsibility of your complete worldwide group to talk out in opposition to the genocide in Balochistan.
“The British, US, Indian governments all have a job to play to cease Pakistan as a result of the implications pose a risk not solely to the peace and safety within the area, but in addition globally.”
The Baloch Martyrs’ Day occasion in London coincided with comparable memorial occasions all over the world, seen as a method of elevating worldwide consciousness for the Baloch independence trigger.