Tuesday, 22 June 2010

BNF announces three-day mourning over Regi’s execution

Occupied Balochistan: QUETTA: The Baloch National Front (BNF) has announced to observe three-day of mourning across Balochistan and Karachi against the execution of Abdul Malik Regi, a Baloch resistance fighter and the chief of Jundullah organization, by the Iranian government.

The BNF has strongly condemned the execution of Regi and charged that the Baloch Sunni leader was not hanged, as claimed by Iranian authorities, but killed after being subjected to inhuman torture and physical assault.

At least seven thousand (7000) Balochs have been killed in Iran by the regime in two years. Their only crime was that they were Balochs. These victims of state oppression included Baloch students, intellectuals, poets and innocent citizens,” said the BNF spokesman.

He said the BNF would mark three-day of mourning starting from June 22 in Balochistan and Karachi while demonstrations would be held in front of press clubs all over the province on June 23 which would be followed by condolence references to pay homage to Abdul Malik Regi on June 24 for his heroic contributions for the rights of the Baloch people.

“We appeal to the international community to take strict notice of violation of human rights by Pakistan and Iran. Both these countries should be declared terrorist states due to their wrong and repressive attitude towards the Baloch masses,” demanded the BNF spokesman.

http://thebalochhal.com/2010/06/bnf-a ... ning-over-regis-execution

Meanwhile Baloch Bar (pro-liberation Baloch lawyers) have also announced to boycott courts across Balochistan today (22 June) to record their protest against the killing of AbdolMalik Regi by Iranian government.

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