Humanitarian Crisis in Balochistan: an exposition in Geneva – By BHRC

Billboards and cargo bikes exhibiting the message about the sufferings of the people of Balochistan in Geneva during the 40th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council. Organized by the Baloch Human Rights Council (BHRC) Video Courtesy: Times of Geneva
Mr. Paulo Casaca, Executive Director South Asia Democratic Forum attended BHRC’s event and expressed concern over the silence of the International community on Pakistan state’ committed human rights violations in Balochistan. Video Courtesy: Times of Geneva
Mr. Ryszard Czarnecki, a member of the European Parliament attended as one of the speakers in the BHRC’s convened conference at Broken Chair, Geneva entitled, “Balochistan of Pakistan: the human cost”. Video Courtesy: Times of Geneva
Posters of the Forced Disappeared students and political activists displayed at Broken Chair Geneva as part of BHRC’s awareness campaign during the 40th session of the Human Rights Council. Video Courtesy: Times of Geneva
Baloch Human Rights Council’s awareness campaign highlighting the human rights violations being perpetrated by the state authorities in Balochistan. It was during the 40th session of the UNHRC in Geneva. Video Courtesy: Times of Geneva
Geneva (Switzerland), Mar 12 (ANI): Baloch activists have raised the issue of gross human rights violations in Balochistan by Pakistan Army and their proxy terror organizations during the ongoing 40th session of UN Human Rights Council here today. A conference titled “Balochistan of Pakistan – The Human Cost” was organized by Baloch Human Rights Council (UK) at a tent at Broken Chair, in front of the UNHRC. A hashtag #Balochgenocide was also launched during the event.
VIDEO COURTESY: ANI

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