Baloch nation decided in favour Independent Balochistan by boycotting Pakistani elections of 2013 and showed it to the world that Baloch people want freedom.
The vice chairman of voice of Baloch Missing Persons, Qadeer Baloch said on Wednesday, that Baloch nation have fulfilled their responsibility by giving decision in favour of Baloch political struggle. Now was the responsibility of Baloch leadership to make the Baloch movement successful by making a mutual strategy and working above their personal interests for the national cause.
He further said, at present extreme weaknesses are being witnessed among Baloch pro-independence leadership. Everyone seems to be taken with personal interests, group interests or some other personal constraints. None of the leaders seemed to be willing to abandon their ego for the national cause.
He was talking to a delegation of Baloch Yakjehti Council who visited the protest camp of Voice for Baloch Missing Persons outside Quetta Press Club to express their solidarity and support to the families of missing persons.
While talking to the families of abducted Baloch at protest camp, the delegation stressed that in order to achieve their political objectives Baloch people must make a decision to cut all ties with Pakistan by boycotting parliamentary politics. They [parliamentarians] should either join the freedom struggle or stop politics over Baloch mutilated bodies and openly embrace Pakistan to ensure that the state would not create any hurdle against them.
The delegation further said, Baloch nation decided in favour Independent Balochistan by boycotting Pakistani elections of 2013 and showed it to the world that Baloch people want freedom.
The token hunger strike Baloch missing persons’ families has entered in its 1217th day on Wednesday.
The Voice for Baloch Missing Persons, an organisation comprised of families of abducted Baloch, has recorded history by continuously protesting 1217 days but the Pakistani media has criminally ignored their resilient protest by turning a blind eye to the most serious issue of enforced-disappearances in Balochistan.