Tuesday, 2 March 2010

Iran will execute Malik Regi, UN should intervene to save him: Baloch Bar

Quetta: Central spokesman of Baloch Bar association has said Baloch rebel leader Malik Regi’s life was in danger in Iran’s custody; the UN should play their role to save his life. They said Iran has already executed several Baloch activists including Ghulam Hyder Raisani, Hameed Regi and Yaqoob Mehrnihad and they feared that Abdul Malik Regi will also be executed if the UN did not intervene.

They said Baloch people from Pakistan’s occupied Balochistan support the freedom struggle of the Baloch people in Iranian occupied Balochistan. Iran and Pakistan view the Baloch as their enemy and in 1973 they jointly acted against Baloch freedom struggle in Pakistan occupied Balochistan. Iran has supplied gunship helicopters and pilots to Pakistan to murder innocent Baloch women and children in Kohistan Marri and other areas in Balochistan [Pakistan occupied].

The Baloch lawyers said that Baloch freedom seeking leaders should play their role for the release of Abdul Malik Regi. The two states have already murder Babo Nauroz Khan, Prince Abdul Karim Khan, Mir Safar Khan, Nawab Akbar Bugti, Mir Balaach Marri, Ghulam Mohammad Baloch, Dr Khalid Baloch, Mir Dost Mohammad Baloch, Mir Dad Shah Baloch, Rahim Zardkohi Baloch, Jumma Khan Baloch, Abdul Hameed Regi, Ghulam Hyder Raisani Baloch and thousands of other Baloch women and children.

They reiterated that such brutal acts cannot break the Baloch will for Independence; in fact such acts further provoke Baloch people and confirm their concerned regarding dishonesty and deceptions of these occupying states. The Baloch Bar Association urged that Baloch from Kulachi, Koh-e-Suleman, Hilmand and Zabul should get united and struggle the independence of Balochistan.

In the end they demanded the release of all Baloch prisoners including Abdul Malik Regi and other thousands of Baloch forced-disappeared persons. They vowed that Baloch National struggle cannot be deterred by such harrowing acts of these repressive states.

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