As the Baloch National Movement for liberation gains momentum, atrocities by Pakistan army against Baloch political leaders, students and intellectuals are on the rise.
"The attack on Baluchistan's cultural landscape is serious. On June the 1st, Professor Saba Dashtiyari was killed by Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence agency in Quetta. The victim was a cultural icon of Baluchistan and an institution by himself...He was also called the Noam Chomsky of Baluchistan because of his liberal outlook on life and society...."
The situation of Balochistan is no different to that of the former East Pakistan (Bangladesh) when the military carried out operations and killed more than 300,000 people in the guise of protecting ideological boundaries.
The Baloch can't wait for the world's human rights organizations to achieve some kind of critical mass of support, or for Pakistan and its institutions to reform itself. The Baloch are dying.
The open secret of disappearances illustrates the grip the military establishment retains over Pakistani society, including its dysfunctional justice system and feeble civilian government, which has repeatedly vowed to stop the problem.
Four Baloch youth, including a Levis officer, have been abducted by Pakistan security agencies from Pasni town of Balochistan.
Yesterday, Baloch politician Abdul Salam was assassinated in the city of Khuzdar by unknown assailants. Abdul Salam was a human rights defender who worked on behalf of hundreds of victims of enforced disappearance in Balochistan.
Daily Tawar a leading Urdu language Newspaper in Balochistan is the only Newspaper that exposes Pakistan’s atrocities against Baloch people and extends the voice of the voiceless people of Balochistan.
A man is missing for the second time along with his nephew after being abducted by the law enforcement agencies
The sister of missing Baloch Students Organisation-Azad (BSO-Azad) leader Zakir Majeed Baloch asked international human rights organisations to help recover Baloch missing persons, including her brother, who was allegedly whisked away by intelligence agencies two years ago.