Balochistan: Baloch girls killed in Pakistani forces bombardment on her house in Tump

Baluch Sarmachar

Shahnaz Baloch

BALOCHISTAN: Baloch social media activists reported that Pakistani army fired mortars on civilian population areas in Tump, Balochistan yesterday evening. As a result at least one Baloch girl age 17 was killed and two others have been wounded.

According to details some unknown people attacked a camp of Pakistani Army in Tump area of Balochistan yesterday. The Pakistan forces, however, retaliated by firing mortars at civilian population in Tump town.

As result of indiscriminate firing one shell hit the house of Mr Mohm Jan killing a 17 year old girl, Shahnaz daughter of Karim Bux Baloch.

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Baloch, Balochistan and their Struggle


Baluch Sarmachar

To understand why Baloch people resisted Pakistan’s attempts to subdue them we will have to look at the past. A brief look at Baloch history will help us understand the present and also enable us to face the future.

Mir Mohammad Ali Talpur

Nations cannot be manufactured on basis of common religion, ideology or geography as has been the case in Pakistan, Soviet Union and Yugoslavia. Soviet Union and Yugoslavia are no more and in Pakistan fault lines appear daily; you cannot simply lump people together and tell them they are a nation now. Certainly you cannot manufacture a Nation on religious grounds by suppressing diversity in name of religion; it is this suppression of diversity here has resulted in the extreme intolerance that you witness in everyday life in Pakistan and how it is affecting the entire region nay the world. Nations evolve in a historical process they cannot…

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CPEC: The Baloch Perspective


Baluch Sarmachar


Naseer Dashti

CPEC (China Pakistan Economic Corridor) is one segment of the proposed ‘One Belt One Road’ program of the Chinese government aimed at expanding Chinese economic and strategic influence in Asia. It involves a road and rail link from the Baloch town of Gwadar to Western Chinese city of Kashgar. Several special economic zones will be established along the entire length of the Corridor. The Baloch have been expressing their reservations on this project. The majority of the Baloch nationalist consider this as a corridor of death and destruction for the Baloch. This article is an attempt to explain and analyse the Baloch fears regarding CPEC.

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