Nawab Bugti Remembered by the Baloch and Sindhis in the UK
A remembrance meeting in London paid high tribute to Nawab Akber Bugti on his 4th martyrdom anniversary. The function was organized by the Baloch Human Rights Council (UK) and World Sindhi Congress in the LondonUniversity Union Building on Sunday 29th August 2010. The meeting was presided over by the Baloch intellectual & writer and the Coordinator of Sindhi Baloch forum Dr. Naseer Dashti and was attended by a large number of Baloch, Sindhis and other human rights activists in the UK. Samad Baloch General Secretary BHRC (UK) conducted the proceedings of the meeting.
One minute silence was observed to pay respect to Nawab Bugti. A number of speakers paid tributes to Nawab Akber Bugti for his services to the Baloch and for sacrificing his life for the salvation of his nation.
Prominent among those who paid rich homage to the legendary Baloch leader included Dr. Lakhu Luhana, Mrs. Stella, Mir Aslam Buledi, Jamshed Amiri, Rahim Bandovi, Abdulla Baloch, Walid Garboni, Hashim Baloch, Mehrab Sarjovi, Ghulam Raza Hosseinbor, Dr. Haleem Bahtti, Mir Ghulam Hussain , Ms Suriya Makhdooom and Qadir Jatoi. The speakers urged the Baloch and Sindhi people to follow the legendary leader’s actions as the two nations are facing the most critical moment in their national history.
The meeting passed a resolution demanding the constitution of an international judicial commission to investigate the murder of the Baloch leader in order to bring the responsible in to justice.
The meeting also demanded the intervention of international community in order to save the life of hundreds of missing persons in Balochistan.
The meeting also condemned the murder of Baloch leader Habib Jalib and many others by the ISI and MI “Death Squads” operating in different disguises throughout Balochistan and Sindh.
The meeting also condemned the Pakistani state’s manipulation of inter tribal and intra tribal disputes in Balochistan in order to create chaotic social, cultural and political situation among the Baloch.
The meeting resolved that as right of self determination is an inalienable right of the nations as enshrined the international laws and UN charter, it is the duty of the international community to take immediate action in granting the right of self determination to Baloch and Sindhi nations.
Samad Baloch London, Dated: 30/08/10
On Behalf Of
Baloch Human Rights Council (UK)
World Sindhi Congress