Pakistani Army continues its Genocide in Balochistan during the month of September and October 2019. We presented to you the earlier Human rights abuse report on August in our previous article Pakistani Army Continues Barbarism In Balochistan: Killing Baloch Point Blank and we mentioned that we will try to post the Human Right Abuse Report from Balochistan every month. Here is the Human Rights Report for the month of September and October 2019 for our readers.
People want Pakistan Army Generals Punished for the War Crimes. Pakistan Army Generals and the top Military brass as well as the Pakistan Intelligence Agency ISI are continuing their bloodbath in Balochistan. Despite the UN Human Rights Conference taking place at Geneva, there is no respite to the people of Balochistan from Army Atrocities. Daily more and more reports are coming of the Pakistan Army committing mass Genocide
Several Protests at UN Human Rights Conference, Geneva were organized by Pashtun, Baloch, Sindhis, POK, Gilgitis against atrocities and Enforced Disappearances by Pakistan Army. While Pakistan continued its ranting on Indian Kashmir diverting the attention of International Community from its Gross Human Rights abuses in Balochistan, Pashtunistan, Sindh, Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (POK) and Gilgit Baltistan.
This complete monthly for July 2019 is to expose Pakistan Army Human Rights abuses in Balochistan. In July 2019 alone, Pakistan Army conducted 80 operations, Abducted 81 persons as a result of these operations. 31 dumped dead bodies of missing persons were found in Balochistan.
Human Rights Commissioner writes to Pakistan to stop threats of violence against PTM workers and end Enforced Disappearances
As per the letter “We understand that the Pashtun Tahafuz Movement (PTM) is a non-violent advocacy effort started by young Pashtuns following the extrajudicial killing of a young un-armed Pashtun man by police in Karachi in early 2018. These young men and women are asking for the ending of military checkpoints and the clearance of landmines in Pashtun areas, and they are calling for accountability for Extrajudicial Killings and Enforced Disappearances committed in the past decades.”