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BHRC (UK), Baloch Raji Zorembesh, Balochistan Liberation organisation, Balochistan People's Party and Balochistan United Front appeal to all Baloch and other human rights activists to attend the memorial reference to pay tribute to
Baloch Martyrs who paid the ultimate price during the long drawn struggle for national liberation will be remembered by the Baloch community in the UK on 10th July 2011. Baloch Human Rights Council (UK), Balochistan Liberation Organisation, Baloch Raji Zorembesh, in association with Balochistan People's Party and Balochistan United Front Federal will be organizing the event on the occasion of the Chehlum of Shaheed Professor Dashtiyari to pay tribute to his services for Balochi Language & literature and national cause
Baloch Human Rights Council (UK), Baloch Raji Zorembesh, Balochistan Liberation organisation, Balochistan People's Party and Balochistan United Front appeal to all Baloch and other human rights activists to attend the memorial reference to pay tribute to thousands of Baloch political & social activists who paid the ultimate price for taking part in the Baloch national struggle and were killed brutally by fascist Iranian & Pakistani occupied forces.
For more information please click on the links below OR read the attached flyer,
Thanking you in advance for your participation.
Baloch Human Rights Council (UK)
London 25 June 2011