Thursday, 8 July 2010

Faizullah Baluch has been killed IN CAPTIVITY by Pakistan’s Intelligence agencies: BNM

Occupied Balochistan: According spokesperson of the Baluch National Movement (BNM) a Baloch political activist has been brutally tortured to death by Pakistani Intelligence Agencies in Quetta, capital city of Baluchistan.

Three Baluch youth namely Mangay Khan, Bahar Khan Baluch and Faizullah Baluch were abducted by the Intelligence agencies of Pakistan from Hazar Gangi fruit and Vegetable market. Later the Pakistani security agencies killed Faizullah Baluch and dumped his body near Civil Hospital Quetta.

The BNM central statement further explained that Shaheed Faizullah Baluch had organised a huge Baluch public gathering in Ispalinji area last year. The BNM spokesman paid rich tributes to Faizullah Baluch on behalf of his party; he said Baluch Nation was proud of such brave Baluch sons who paid the ultimate price for asking for the freedom of Baluchistan. The BNM reiterated that Baluch [martyrs] youths’ ideology cannot be killed by physically separating them from Baluch people.

According to the BNM statement Faizullah Baluch was murdered in a very painful and brutal way. “His hands were tied behind, there were signs of torture on his body and there was a hand-written letter tied to his neck, which contained slogans against Baluch resistance Organisations and Baluch struggle for liberation”.

It must be cleared that this is not the first incident of its kind. In the past the Pakistani intelligence agencies killed Shaheed Ghulam Mohammad Baluch and his friends, Rasool Bux Baluch and several other Baluch political activists in the same inhuman manner. The spokesperson of Baluch pro-liberation party said that his party was proud and pays glowing tributes to such courageous sons and their families who have sacrificed their lives for the better future of Baluchistan and Baluch.

The central spokesperson said that Baluch youth were not terrorists and those Baluch currently in the custody of Pakistan must be tried in court according to International laws of war and they must be given the status of prisoners of war.

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