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Germany: Free Balochistan Movement stages demonstration against enforced disappearance in Balochistan

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 05 Mar 2021, 12:24 am

Frankfurt: The Free Balochistan Movement Germany group recently demonstrated in front of the Pakistani Consulate in Frankfurt to express solidarity with the families of the state victims of enforced disappearance in Balochistan.

The group also protested to inform the international community about Pakistan and Iran's atrocities against the Baloch people.

Demonstrators held banners and placards with various slogans. They also chanted slogans against Pakistani and Iranian atrocities. Sadiq Baloch, Moin Azizi, Naveed Baloch and others addressed the protesters, reports ANI.

Moin Azizi, a Baloch protester told ANI, "Balochs are living on their historical land. Baloch are neither Pakistani nor Iranian but Baloch have had their separate national identity for thousands of years."

He further said, "Pakistan and Iran are occupying the Baloch homeland, to end this occupation and achieve their national independence, the Baloch people have been engaged in a continuous process of national resistance since the date of occupation of their sovereign country".

Sadiq Baloch, another protester, told the news agency, "Our homeland - Balochistan - was divided by Britain and we were handed over to bloodthirsty wolves. Despite being aware of the historical facts of our massacre, it is silent, which is encouraging the occupying armies to expand their atrocities in occupied Balochistan with immunity."