Baloch pro-freedom leader Hyrbyair Marri told to the Afghan Tribune in a statement from London on Tuesday that “Baloch nation have been the victim of Pakistani state terrorism from the past 68 years. This brand of terrorism has now spread to the doorsteps of the Western world.”
He said Pakistani military in Balochistan has broken all records of barbarism and savagery and they are continuously intensifying their gross human rights violations across Balochistan.
“The recent military attacks in several regions of the district of Bolan including Marwaar, Saangaan, Margat and Lakkad are a continuation of this bloodthirsty policy of Pakistani state.
“In these military offences the Pakistani forces destroyed several houses by aerial bombardment, tortured many Baloch civilians, threw elderly people in burning fire and abducted several men, women and children,” he said.
Mr Marri said that Pakistan is ignoring all international human rights laws while United Nations is silent. Keeping quiet on such heinous crimes raises a serious question on the credibility of UN. Pakistan, seemingly, is a signatory of UN charter for human rights.
“Under international laws Pakistan is bound to respect the Human Rights conventions including all articles listed in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). On the contrary, Pakistan is disregarding all human rights conventions in their bloody military assaults in Balochistan. Pakistan army is committing genocide in Balochistan,” he added.
He said besides Baloch massacre, abduction and kill and dump of Baloch activists, the Pakistani forces have initiated another sinister policy in the past days. They are now abducting Baloch women and children in masses. In the district of Bolan, they abducted 28 Baloch women and their children during past three weeks’ military offensives.
Hyrbyair Marri said that the United Nations condemned and expressed serious concerns on the abduction of women by Boko Haram and Iraqi Jihadist groups. However, there is no reaction from the UN when Pakistani (Punjabi) army who share the same Islamic fundamentalist ideology as ISIL and Boko Haram abduct Baloch women and children.
“The silence of UN and other Human Rights Organisations does not only degrade their claim as the guardian of Human Rights but it is encouraging Pakistan to carry on its vicious war against Baloch people,” Mr Marri said.
It has been noted time after time that whenever the Baloch nation is engaged in any act of self-defence the UN and other Human Rights organisations are quick to raise much huge and cry against Baloch movement. Whereas in fact the UN and other Human Rights organisation should pay more attention to Pakistani state terrorism against Baloch nation.
Mr Marri said, “the dividing line between the Baloch nation moral, legal and cultural codes to that of Punjabi rulers of Pakistan has become clearer due to Pakistani military crime against Baloch people.
Hyrbyair Marri said, “Baloch cannot tolerate such criminal acts of barbarism and they will not stand by idle when the Jihadist Punjabi army of Pakistan is abducting and mistreating Baloch mothers, sisters and daughters.
“If the United Nations and other Human Rights Organisations are colluding with the fundamentalist state of Pakistan and overlook Pakistan’s heinous crimes against Baloch people – then they too are responsible for their failure to act”
The pro-freedom Baloch leader strongly condemning the Paris attack and killing of innocent French citizens said that after the Paris massacre West and European countries should adopt a decisive foreign policy against fundamentalist groups and the theocratic states. The main source of international religious extremism is Pakistan because it was created on the principle of religious fundamentalism and the Daaesh/ISIS follows the same ideology.
He said that the Punjabi army and rulers of Pakistan are true believers of the same creed that is why the democratic nation’s war against Daaesh/ISIS but an extension of friendship to Pakistan is tantamount to self-deception.
He said. “the Baloch nation has been facing state terrorism of religious extremist army of Pakistan from past 68 years.”
The Afghan Tribune | Web Desk | Published: November 20, 2015, 01:24 PM