In Pakistan hundreds of workers and supporters of the Balochistan National Party-Mengal (BNP-M) held protests and carried out marches in various parts of the province in response to the party s call. According to Pakistan media reports BNPM supporters gathered outside the Quetta Press Club with party flags signs and banners displaying their demands and raising concerns While addressing the rallies, BNP-M leaders held the government responsible for notregarding the Wadh situation Earlier BNP-M supporters marched along various streets in Quetta BNP Ms Secretary General
Earlier BNP-M supporters marched along various streets in Quetta. BNP-M’s Secretary General, Waja Jahanzeb Baloch, along with former federal minister Agha Hassan Baloch, Ghulam Nabi Marri, and other leaders led the protest march. The participants in the march criticised the government and local administration in Khuzdar responding to the actions of the armed forces which resulted in the displacement of families Waja Jahanzeb Baloch along with former federal minister Agha Hassan Baloch, Ghulam Nabi Marri and other leaders led the protest march The participants in the march criticised the government and local administration
They said that the government was planning to launch an operation in Wadh similar to Dera Bugti. They also claimed that Balochistan has been subjected to the influence of death squads which has caused further tensions. The rallies were held in Khuzdar, Kalat, Noshki, Lasbela, Sibi, Dera Murad Jamali, Panjgur, Turbat, Kohlu and Loralai Pakistan: Balochistan National Party-Mengal holds protests in Balochistan over Wadh situation Balochistan National Party announces indefinite highway blockade protest campaign in Balochistan Province, Pakistan
Activists affiliated with the Balochistan National Party (BNP) have announced plans to hold an indefinite highway blockade protest campaign across Balochistan Province as of The purpose of the action is to Organizers may suspend or cancel their planned action at short notice Additional gatherings of varying types are possible over the coming days. Potential rally sites include police stations, government buildings, press clubs, public squares, and thoroughfares. denounce the provincial government’s alleged security operation amid tribal clashes in Wadh.
Authorities will likely maintain an increased security presence near any such rallies that materialize. Clashes between police and activists cannot be ruled out. Transport disruptions are certain to occur. Associated localized business disruptions and shipping delays may occur if the blockades persist Confirm transport, shipping, and business reservations in advance. Monitor trusted local sources for updates. Avoid all demonstrations as a standard precaution. Allow additional travel time near gathering sites. Heed all official transport and security advisories