Monday, July 11, 2011

Baloch national martyrs day held in London by Baloch community on the occasion of the chehlum of shaheed prof. saba Dashtiyari


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Baloch martyrs day was held in London on the occasion of Shaheed Saba Dashtiyari’s Chelum on Sunday 10 July in the University of London Union Building organised by Baloch Human Rights Council (UK), Balochistan Liberation Organisation, Balochistan-e-Raji Zrombesh, Balochistan Peoples Party and Balochistan United Front Federal.
 The memorial day function was presided by BHRC’s president Waja Akbar Barakzai and proceedings were carried out by BHRC’s Voice president Hassan Hamdam. One minute silence was observed in respect to Shaheed Saba Dashtiyari & Martyrs of Balochistan.
Speakers paid rich tribute to the ultimate sacrifices of the martyrs of Balochistan  who had given their lives for a bright future for the Baloch and Balochistan. They condemned  Iranian & Pakistani atrocities against the Baloch and the crimes against humanity committed in Balochistan by both rouge fundamental religious sates of Iran & Pakistan. Speakers condemned the kill and dump policy of the Pakistani armed forces and their proxy organization of the Baloch political & social activists. Even dead bodies are humiliated and dumped on road side or in open fields. Speakers highlighted the recent worsening human rights situation in Balochistan and stressed the Baloch leadership for forging a broader Baloch Unity in order to engage the enemy in a meaningful way.
Speakers paid rich tribute to the services of Saba dashtiyari for the Balochi language and literature and Baloch national cause. Waja Akbar Barakzai recited his poem dedicated to Prof. Dashtiyari in his closing presiding speech.
Speakers who paid tribute to martyrs included Jamshed Amiri, Mansoor Baloch,  Waleed Garboni,Rahim Bandovi, Shahab Rockny,Ismael Amiri, Dr. Abdul Doshoki, and Mir Ghulam Hussain
please click on the link to view the pictures of the event,
Read the report of the event in Balochi

 Issued by:

Samad Baloch
General secretary
Baloch Human Rights Council (UK)
London, 11 July 2011

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