Thursday, 23 December 2010

Pakistani Security force snatching pens and giving guns to Baloch Youth

Occupied Balochistan: A complete shutter-down and wheel-jam strike was observed in the coastal town of Pasni on Wednesday against the kidnap of Siddique Eddo, a human rights activist, and two BSO-Azad workers. The relatives of Yousaf Baloch and Siddique Eddo had given the strike call. All education institutions, business and commercial centres, government and private offices remained closed for the second successive day on Wednesday.

Roads were blocked with barricades and the town wore a deserted look. The relatives of Yousaf and Siddique staged a protest demonstration in front of the Pasni Press Club for more than five hours. Addressing the protesters, sisters of Yousaf, Siddique and a member of National Party Kahuda Ali Baloch condemned the illegal arrest and kidnapping of Baloch people. They alleged that the security forces and government functionaries kidnapped them in violation of the law and the constitution. They said they were snatching pens and giving guns in the hands of Baloch youth. Dailytimes

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