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Baloch National Movement protest in Manchester, Amsterdam to mark 'Black Day'

Just Earth News | @justearthnews | 29 Mar 2024, 08:40 am Print

Baloch National Movement protest in Manchester, Amsterdam to mark 'Black Day' BNM

Photo Courtesy: BNM website

The Baloch National Movement was recently demonstrated in the British city of Manchester to mark Balochistan Occupy Day.

On March 27, 1948, Balochistan activists claimed the region was occupied by Pakistan, and BNM members and supporters joined the demonstration to mark Black Day.

"Despite the peaceful demonstration, a Pakistani citizen attempted to disrupt it by using hateful language against the participants," the BNM website said.

However, the protesters maintained their composure and continued their peaceful protest.

Addressing the participants, BNM leaders reiterated their commitment to a peaceful struggle for freedom and justice.

They urged the international community to focus on the Balochistan issue and support the legitimate demands of the Baloch nation.

The speakers emphasized that Pakistan has deprived the Baloch of their freedom in the name of Islam, violating laws and targeting innocent people, looting homes, and inflicting torture.

Expressing gratitude, Information Secretary of Baloch National Movement Qazi Dad Mohammad Rehan commended the Manchester Police for ensuring the security of the protestors, highlighting the threats faced by Baloch political activists abroad.

Another protest was also observed by the BNM in Amsterdam city of Netherlands.