The call for strike was supported by Baloch students, shop-owners and the general public. The schools, markets and government offices were shut due to the complete shutter-down protest in Kalat city. Baloch students also supported the protest by boycotting the classes. The Kalat high school, however, refused to close due to which some angry protesters entered the office of the Principle of the school and burnt down the portrait of Mr Jinnah (the so called pioneer of Pakistan).
According to the BNF the assassination of Yasin Baloch is the cycle of ongoing slow but steady motion genocide of Baloch nation they however vowed that such atrocities (state sponsored terrorism) cannot weaken the Baloch National Movement for their freedom; the struggle for liberation shall continue.
Addressing the protest rally BSO-azaad leaders have said that Yasin Baloch’s sacrifices will not be let go in vain. “Yasin have been physically separated from us but he will live in our hearts. Those Baloch who paid the ultimate price for the liberation of mother land their sacrifices will bear fruit. Baloch history is full of sacrifices and to gain freedom sacrifices are must”. They also urged the Baloch youth the join the caravan of freedom struggle and complete the mission of Yasin Baloch and other Baloch martyrs. They said it was the right of the Baloch people to resist the occupation and defend themselves.
Yasin Muhammad shahi Baloch was the Kalat zone coordinator of Voice for Baloch Missing Persons; he was brother of abducted Baloch student Mujeeb Baloch and Brahvi poet Majid Haqeel . He was practicing his democratic right and struggling peacefully for the recovery of kidnapped and illegally Baloch activists from platform of Voice for Baloch Missing Persons.