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The Baloch National Movement was a Baloch nationalist political organization led by Ghulam Mohammed Baloch, who served as the organizations's president before his murder in April 2009.
On the evening of April 21, renowned Baloch journalist Kiyya Baloch tweeted extremely important and sensitive news about a 10-year-old boy who was allegedly raped by Frontier Corps.
Supporters of the Baloch National Movement (BNM) carried out several protest marches across the world, in cities in Germany, the Netherlands and South Korea on Saturday.
Baloch political activists organised a protest in front of the Royal Palace in Amsterdam to show their solidarity with the families whose members have been subject of enforced disappearances in Pakistan's Balochistan province.
Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader Altaf Hussain has strongly condemned the unscrupulous killing of Karima Mehrab Baloch, former chairperson of Baloch Students Organization, leader of Baloch National Movement (BNM) and Baloch rights activist in Toronto, Canada.
A Baloch political activist has thanked British Member of Parliament Jonathan Gullis for raising the issue of extrajudicial killings and enforced disappearances of the Baloch before the British government.
Members of Baloch, Sindhi and Pashtun organisations staged a protest on Sunday in Toronto to mark the 'International Day of Victims of Forced Disappearances', demanding the United Nations and international community to press Pakistan to end forced disappearances, enforced conversion to Islam and extrajudicial killings.
Demonstrations were held in Balochistan as well as Germany on Sunday against the illegal and forceful abduction of Baloch political leaders and intellectuals by Pakistan intelligence agencies.
Chairman of Baloch National Movement (BNM) Khalil Baloch highlighted the case of Zakir Majeed, a student leader, who is in Pakistani torture cell since last 11 years, and said the policy of enforced disappearance is becoming a stimulus to declare Pakistan a terrorist state at the international level.
The Baloch National Movement (BNM) has urged the international community, especially neighbouring countries including India, to protect the Baloch people from Pakistan Army's "death squads".
Baloch journalist Sajid Hussain's wife, Shehnaz had expressed apprehensions that her husband sensed being followed before fleeing to Sweden.The important aspect to be noted is Sajid Hussain who had documented the gross human rights violations by Pakistan in the strife-torn region of Balochistan, has been found dead after his mysterious disappearance since March 2.Balochistan is a restive province where the Pakist military is accused of indulging in gross human rights violations including abducting and killing of innocents.