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Anti-Pakistan protest: Sindhi Baloch Forum members demonstrate outside UK Parliament Balochistan
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Anti-Pakistan protest: Sindhi Baloch Forum members demonstrate outside UK Parliament

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 01 Sep 2020, 11:36 pm

London: Members of the Sindhi Baloch Forum demonstrated outside the UK Parliament against the Pakistan government over the issue of enforced disappearance.

The incident happened on the occasion of International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances.

Wearing masks and maintaining social distancing, the demonstrators raised slogans against the Pakistan government for its failure to protect the Baloch and Sindhis from atrocities committed by the Army and the ISI.

Dr. Hidayat Bhutto, the UK and Europe organiser of the World Sindhi Congress, told ANI that human rights abuses against Sindhis and Balochs amount to crime against humanity.

"We want to tell the UK government that they should not turn a blind eye to Pakistan's atrocities against the Baloch and Sindhi people. We press on Pakistan to stop the practice of enforced disappearances and extrajudicial killings. We want justice for the victims. The way Hayat Baloch was killed by the Pakistan Army, this is a routine thing. We are demanding our right to self-determination and we will continue fighting for our rights," he told the news agency. 




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