BNM rejects the Pakistan backed provincial home minister statement on the Gomazi operation

The central spokesperson of the Baloch National Movement (BNM) rejected the Pakistan backed puppet provincial home minister, Sarfraz Bugti’s statement on the Gomazi operation. Sarfarz denied any military operation to have taken place in Gomazi and dismissed reports of the torching of the homes of Baloch Human Rights Organization chairperson Bibi Gul and BNM vice chairperson Ghulam Nabi. The BNM repudiated the home minister’s rejection calling it a lie and requested the media, once again, to visit the killing fields in Occupied Balochistan and verify the home minister’s claims. However, members of the media have either chosen to stay aloof and ignore the gross human rights violations being perpetrated by the Pakistani army or those who have dared to report on Balochistan have been killed by the Pakistani state. The spokesperson said that the BNM acts responsibly and does not disclose any news without verifying it. The spokesperson also disclosed details of the latest Pakistani state brutalities against the Baloch. In Raghai, a suburban village of Beseima, the Pakistani forces immolated twelve homes and abducted Ibrahim, an antediluvian, resident of the village. The Pakistani forces, employing scorched earth tactics, immolated crops and livestock along with the residents’ homes. The spokesperson also disclosed news of attacks on the towns of Toba and Solair by Pakistani gunship helicopters. The spokesperson said that the BNM has not been able to carry-out a damage assessment of the destruction caused by the Pakistani gunships due to the on-going military operation and siege in the area. The Pakistani army has also abducted Umar Sajidi, Asif Sajidi and his younger brother from Raghai Garahi.

The central spokesperson of the Baloch National Movement (BNM) rejected the Pakistan backed puppet provincial home minister, Sarfraz Bugti’s statement on the Gomazi operation. Sarfarz denied any military operation to have taken place in Gomazi and dismissed reports of the torching of the homes of Baloch Human Rights Organization chairperson Bibi Gul and BNM vice chairperson Ghulam Nabi. The BNM repudiated the home minister’s rejection calling it a lie and requested the media, once again, to visit the killing fields in Occupied Balochistan and verify the home minister’s claims. However, members of the media have either chosen to stay aloof and ignore the gross human rights violations being perpetrated by the Pakistani army or those who have dared to report on Balochistan have been killed by the Pakistani state. The spokesperson said that the BNM acts responsibly and does not disclose any news without verifying it. The spokesperson also disclosed details of the latest Pakistani state brutalities against the Baloch. In Raghai, a suburban village of Beseima, the Pakistani forces immolated twelve homes and abducted Ibrahim, an antediluvian, resident of the village. The Pakistani forces, employing scorched earth tactics, immolated crops and livestock along with the residents’ homes. The spokesperson also disclosed news of attacks on the towns of Toba and Solair by Pakistani gunship helicopters. The spokesperson said that the BNM has not been able to carry-out a damage assessment of the destruction caused by the Pakistani gunships due to the on-going military operation and siege in the area. The Pakistani army has also abducted Umar Sajidi, Asif Sajidi and his younger brother from Raghai Garahi.