Saturday, April 11, 2015

BCNA strongly condemn the killing of innocent workers in Turbat

 

WASHINGTON, D.C: Baloch Council of North America (BCNA) strongly condemn the killing of innocent workers in Turbat and ask the militants to end their path of violence and militancy and use only peaceful means of struggle to secure their rights. 

"The killing of these innocent workers can not be justified in any way and must be condemned in the strongest terms possible", said Dr. Wahid Baloch, President of BCNA.

He asked the Baloch youths to shun the path of violence and militancy and join hands with the democratic forces to secure the Baloch rights within the federation through peaceful means of struggle.

He said violence has no room in today's civilized world and that violence only breed more violence that leads to more blood shed. 

He said, "Killing of innocent people is crime against humanity and those who commit such crime must be brought to justice".

He said, "Terrorism is terrorism and terrorists can not justify their acts of terrorism in the name of national liberation movements".

He reiterated the BCNA's call to all Baloch militants groups to declare a unilateral cease fire, lay down their arms, shun the path of militancy and violence and end the bloodshed in Balochistan.

"All Militant groups should come to the negotiating table and use peaceful and democratic means of struggle to secure the Baloch genuine rights within the federation ", he said.

 
BCNA also asked the Indian Government to stop funding terrorism and violence in Balochistan.
  
He said, "BCNA denounce terrorism, violence and extremism in all of its forms, shapes and manifestations and that BCNA will continue to work with all democratic and nationalist forces inside Balochistan to secure the Baloch genuine rights through democratic, non-violent and peaceful means of struggle within the federation of Pakistan.
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