A protest rally was held in the Balochistan capital on Sunday under the auspices of the Bramash Solidarity Committee Shaal.

According to details, The protest rally was attended by a large number of women and children including Chief of Sarawan Nawab Aslam Khan Raisani, National Democratic Party chief Dr. Abdul Hai Baloch, Mama Qadeer Baloch ,Vice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP), leaders of BNP, National Party and Pashtun Tahafuz Movement (PTM).

Strong slogans were chanted against Dannuk and Dazzin tragedy and demanded that the arrested accused must be brought to justice and justice be served to the affected families.

Addressing the protest, Nawab Aslam Raisani said that It is unfortunate that 72 years have passed and the Pashtuns, Baloch, Seraiki and Sindhi are still going through the process of division, but it is gratifying that even today there are lively people in the society who struggle for others.

He said that the government is abducting people and desecrating our women by violating the sanctity of their houses. Even today, the death squad are active. We have to hold them accountable. It is more dangerous for us than the state.

“Expressing solidarity, but when we are only ten or 20 people together then the state also turns a blind eye to our problems but unfortunately when a voice is raised here for national rights, instead of providing solutions of problems, people are kidnapped, their lands are seized and they are harmed. Death Squad is still active today,” Raisani said.

“I urge all Pashtun, Baloch political and tribal leaders to unite to get rid of these atrocities,” said Dr Abdul Hai Baloch, a senior Baloch leader and head of the National Democratic Party.

He said that these atrocities have been going on with Balochistan not for today but for 72 years. The rulers are unable to understand the problems of Balochistan.

Addressing the gathering, Dr Mahrang Baloch said that oppression, no matter how strong, gives rise to resistance. Two incidents have been taken place in Balochistan in a month while this is not the first time such incidents have taken place before but the difference is that today the whole of Balochistan stands together against this oppression.
Protesters demanded the elimination of death squads across Balochistan. She alleged that the groups had state support and were killing ordinary women and children, and that the same elements were involved in forcibly disappearing young people.

Protests erupted across Balochistan and abroad after a four-year-old child Bramsh was injured and her mother Malik Naz was killed by criminals allegedly linked with secretive agencies, another incident took place in Dazzin area where armed men broke the house and killed a woman named Kulsoom Baloch and looted her belongings including jewelery.

Protests have intensified since the Dazzin incident, with people from various walks of life expressing their anger on social networking sites.