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Baloch National Movement UK Zone President Hakeem Baloch slams Pakistan govt over killing of Hayat Baloch
Hayat Baloch
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Baloch National Movement UK Zone President Hakeem Baloch slams Pakistan govt over killing of Hayat Baloch

| @indiablooms | 28 Aug 2020, 07:24 pm

London:  Baloch National Movement UK Zone President Hakeem Baloch flayed the Pakistan government over murder of Baloch youth Hayat Baloch and said his death shattered 'dreams'.

"On August 13, what we saw and heard was a tragic incident in which a Baloch youth Hayat Mirza (Baloch) lost his life. Murder of Hayat Mirza was not only the murder of his soul but this murder killed many dreams, dreams of education, dreams of having a respectable job and taking care of his parents. All those dreams and Hayat's life changed with 8 bullets that went deep in his chest. Those shots were fired by personnel of the Frontier Corps (FC)," Hakeem wrote in his article posted on ANI.

"Hayat Mirza's family is poor and they have done their best to ensure that Hayat gets a good education. Unfortunately, their dreams and hopes were broken down into pieces with those eight bullets fired by a so-called defender (FC) personnel.

"To justify this inhuman murder IGFC visited the house of Hayat Mirza met his father offered him seven hundred thousands rupees, but the old man who lost his son in a broad daylight in front of his eyes refused to take the money," he said.

From Quetta to Gwadar, from Karachi to Europe Baloch masses have shown their anger against the killing of Hayat Baloch and this has forced the Pakistani state machinery to arrest one of their own personnel, he said.

He said to end the brutality and oppression the Baloch need to resist the oppressive policies of the Pakistani state in every possible way. 

Hayat was allegedly killed by the Frontier Corps (FC) of Pakistan in Balochistan's Turbat town.

The killing has triggered protests across Pakistan.

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