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BNM protests against state-sponsored oppression against Baloch people in South Korea
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BNM protests against state-sponsored oppression against Baloch people in South Korea

| @indiablooms | 04 May 2024, 06:46 pm

The South Korean chapter of the Baloch National Movement (BNM) recently staged a protest at Biff Square in South Korea’s Busan when they demanded an end to the “state-sponsored” oppression against the Baloch people, media reports said.

To raise awareness about the ongoing crisis in Balochistan, protesters distributed pamphlets to residents. During the demonstration, the protesters expressed their anger and denounced the Pakistani state for the widespread enforced disappearances and unresolved cases of thousands of missing Baloch individuals, reported ANI news agency.

The protesters were seen distributing  pamphlets to residents, raising awareness about the ongoing crisis in Balochistan during their demonstration.

Shouting anti-Pakistan slogans, the demonstrators expressed their frustration and anger and criticized the Pakistani state for the widespread enforced disappearances and highlighted cases of thousands of missing Baloch individuals, reported the Indian news agency.

Bakhtawar Baloch, one of the protesters, spoke of the Baloch people’s enduring fight against what she termed “Pakistani occupation,” which has lasted for 75 years, the news agency reported.

She condemned the alleged “genocide” of the Baloch people by Pakistani forces over the forced disappearances of women, students, human rights activists, journalists, leaders, scholars, engineers, doctors, political and social workers and livestock herders.

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