Sep 7, 2009
Reported by Archen Baloch
(Tump) today when Baloch National Front, rallied
a massive procession in Kech sub district head quarter Tump
city town to pay tribute to martyr Mir Jan Miral, who sacrificed
his life for the freedom of Balochistan, the Pakistani military
hardcore " the Jehadi Islamic Jawans" were called in to contain
the rally, which was gathered at Dr Khaled Chowk, and was
about to proceed to Mir Jan Miral last resting place to pay
homage to his courage and patriotism, without any prior warning
brutally opened fire upon the peaceful protesters. As a result
of this indiscriminate and disproportionate use of brutal
force, 4 innocent of Baloch women children elderly men and
women lost their lives and 17 others sustained fatal injuries.
More then 19 youths have been whisked way to unknown locations;
Hoth Beeberg BSO'S CC member was also among them.
Backed by helicopters and armored vehicles,
provocative forces at first resorted to cruel baton charging,
but when they failed to disperse the angry political workers,
who were calling upon Punjabi led Pakistani forces to quit
Balochistan, disproportionately opened fire at the protesters.
Mukhtar A.Aziz from Soro was the first among the victims
of this firing, Followed by Amdad Hayatan, from Malikabad
village, Arif Dazini, Ajaz Nawaz who lost their lives.
A 19 years old intermediate school girl Shahnaz
Yousif from Mand sustained fatal injuries, have been shifted
to Karachi Agah khan hospital in emergency room her condition
is very critical.
Two days ago on Friday 14, just one and half
kilo meter away from Tump town centre, a bloody skirmish
between Baloch Republican Army and Pakistani forces took
place at Shaheed G.M main high way. The Baloch Sarmachars
(freedom fighters) had ambushed a Pakistani forces convey,
in which 12 military men were killed, 25 others sustained
injuries and were shifted to Turbat civil hospital. BRA had
accepted the ambush of military men and acknowledged that
one of their Sarmachars Mir Jan Miral had embraced martyrdom.
One of the protesters, interviewed by Radio
Gwank of Balochistan, said that Pakistani forces had been
outsmarted and defeated by Baloch National forces throughout
Balochistan; therefore, they had no option other then to
take revenge upon soft targets "the general public", for
the defeat inflicted upon them by Baloch National Forces
every time in entire Balochistan.
As a result of provocative killings, Baloch
volunteer forces emerging out of nowhere and attacking Pakistani
security forces, state controlled institutions and installations
throughout Balochistan. The latest information according
to Koh Mazar, a school teacher in Negower, the angry mob
attacked a police station in Balnegower in which policemen
sustained injuries and the building and vehicles of the policemen
have been put on fire. The police system in Balochistan is
But international media and civil society
is dormant to this entire humanitarian crisis in Balochistan.