By: Manoj Sharma

People of Balochistan are fighting a lone war against the Punjabi domination. Baloch people are subjected to brutalities and genocide because they have committed the crime of liberating themselves from the clutches of the illegal occupation by Punjabi Pakistan. Islamabad in its efforts to quell the war for independence by Balochis has shown no concerns for human rights, civilian casualties and has burnt villages after villages to instil fear in the minds of Balochis. The Pakistan administration has given a free hand to its armed forces to regularly kill, rape, torture and commit atrocities on Baloch population with the sole aim to teach them a lesson for raising their voice for independence.

Baluchistan was an independent state called Kalat state and resisted its accession to Jinha’s dream homeland for Muslims–called Pakistan. Baloch people have resisted the forceful occupation of their land by Islamabad with more grit and determination than the people of East Pakistan now called Bangladesh. People of Bangladesh rose in revolt against Islamabad’s domination after 1970 elections. ... Read more »

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Translation of the Urdu Statement given to  Balochistan  media which was published on the 6th of April 2017.

LONDON: The pro-freedom Baloch leader, Hyrbyair Marri, said in a statement from London on Wednesday that Balochistan has not willingly joined Pakistan neither was it a part of Pakistan under any agreement. “Pakistan forcibly occupied Balochistan and has been committing crimes against Baloch people from past 68 years.”

He said Britain was separating from the European Union because of some Human Rights and Immigration rules and Britain compares its separation as freedom whereas Balochistan is occupied by a foreign aggressor. Pakistan is indiscriminately killing Baloch people. Pakistan is also settling Punjabis in Balochistan in masses. “Pakistan has been looting Balochistan’s natural resources for years and now it has made China its partner in crime.”

He said even though Balochistan is occupied, Britain and some other countries think that the Baloch nation should compromise with Pakistan to resolve their problems whereas Britain itself doesn’t compromise on its freedom with EU only because of few common laws. “Under which moral and political pretext Britain and other nations considers it right that Baloch nation should compromise with Pakistan?” ... Read more »

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This is my Balochistan 50 trillion worth mineral resources , the poor Baloch kids have no clean water to drink…Because Punjab and China loots Baluchistan’s resources and leave Baloch kids to die drinking hygienically hazardous  water, no shelters, no health care, no food to eat, no education. Baloch are left absolutely with nothing…

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By: Sandhya Jain

Pakistan, via the CPEC, has embedded itself in an emerging Chinese Bloc and changed the geo-political chessboard dramatically. Now, the West has decided to sit up and speak up. We live in interesting times.

In a move that would have stunned imperial hegemons such as Winston Churchill and Olaf Caroe, Conservative Party leader Bob Blackman, on March 23, 2017, tabled an Early day motion 1107 condemning Pakistan’s annexation of Gilgit-Baltistan as its Fifth Frontier. On March 25, 2017, the British Parliament passed a motion condemning Islamabad’s action, insisting that the region is a legal and constitutional part of India’s Jammu & Kashmir that Pakistan has illegally occupied since 1947. ... Read more »

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By: Claudia Waedlich

The United Nations offers different mechanisms against the Enforced Disappearance of people, but not all of them lead to efficient results. For example, because of the need of ratification on the International Convention for the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearance (CPED) - a legally binding Convention for States - it is ineffectual in the case of the state of Pakistan.

Although, Pakistan was recommended to ratify it, there are well-known reasons why this has not yet happened - the Convention obliged states to fight against Enforced Disappearances. Compliance with the Convention is monitored by the Committee against Disappearance and the Committee and a Working Group operate closely together. This Body could be effective, but at present, there is no possibility of implementing it.

The Working Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances, founded in 1980 and comprising five independent experts belonging to five world religions, is searching for those ‘disappeared’, and at the same time, fighting against the crime. They are helping relatives to find out where their loved ones are and will continue until these people’s destinies are discovered. ... Read more »

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Russian army commanders with Mir Hazar Khan Marri, Khair Bakhsh Marri
and Sher Mohammad Marri at Helmond (1985)

By: Dr. Jumma Marri Baloch

The soviet Big Step…ahead to Balochistan…Back to Soviet Union…
The soviets were forced to react after US started supplying the Afghan Terrorists with Stinger missiles, the code name the big step. Balochistan or Back…
Its 1985 Afghanistan when Russian army commanders meet with Mir Hazar Khan Marri, Khair Bakhsh Marri and Sher Mohammad Marri at Helmond... where Russian offered them to liberate Balochistan...asked them to provide them with 32 thousand men for training, in two batches, 16 thousands in 6 months time frame, they were ready to provide the Baloch with all the necessary item of war and they said all you have to do is seal Sindh and Punjab borders, Pakistan army will react with force and here you people will request Soviet and Warsaw packet countries help. ... Read more »

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Legal aspects of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor


Comments by: Dr. Jumma Marri Baloch

The Indian Govt,Gilgit–Baltistan, Kahsmiri and Baloch must unite and fight against the CPEC at international courts of justice and prove its built illegally I am sure they can win it...

In her article "Legal aspects of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor" Claudia Waedlich confirms "The annexation of Balochistan in 1948 by the Pakistani state was an illegal act. Balochistan was recognised as a self-governing state in a subsidiary alliance with British India, and it is a fact that the independent state of Balochistan still exists commensurate with International law. Pakistan was recognised by other nations as a separate state from India in 1947, but not the addition of, or annexing of, Balochistan. The Khan of Kalat tried to restore his state in a European Court declaring that Balochistan was ‘occupied’ by Pakistan". ... Read more »

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