Friday, June 8, 2012

Baloch & Sindhi are jointly holding a protest rally in London against the Human rights Violation

Muzaffar Bhutto
photo; Courtesy crisisbalochistan
Join us in a Rally Against the Murder of a Sindhi Leader Muzaffar Bhutto and 14 Activists in Karachi on 22nd May
June 10th, 2012 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Opposite 10 Downing Street
Nearest Tube Station: Westminster Station

World Sindhi Congress in collaboration with Baloch Human Rights Council (UK) and International Voice for Baloch Missing Persons has announced to hold a protest demonstration in front of the residence of British Prime Minister at 10 Downing Street, London. The protest is aimed to demand from the International community to support the just struggle of Baloch and Sindhi people and support them to stop the gross violations of human rights committed by Pakistan and its proxy religious death squads.
On the morning of 22nd May Sindhi people received bullet riddled body of a renowned Sindhi national leader, Muzaffar Bhutto, who was kidnapped by intelligence agencies 15 months ago. His body bore clear marks of severe torture.
Then in the afternoon of 22nd May, peaceful Mohbat-e-Sindh (Love Sindh) rally against the criminal designs to divide Sindh was attacked by ethnic fascists in the presence of police. The firing killed 14 Sindhi and Baloch activists including 4 women. Brave daughter of Sindh, Ghazala Siddiqi gave her life facing the barrage of bullets from extremists. PPP-MQM government in Sindh allowed this massacre to take place and no inquiry took place till this day.
Let us demand the UK Government and the International Community to help Sindhi and Baloch People in their Struggle for their just and democratic Rights and put pressure on Pakistan to stop violating basic human rights in Sindh and Balochistan. 
For more information contact:                        
Sultan Mahar (07862 207829)  
Sanjay Ahuja - 07846840414

Organised by: World Sindhi Congress (WSC)
In collaboration with: Baloch Human Rights Council (UK) and International Voice for Missing Baloch Persons (UK)

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