Washington, December 30: People in the community staged a peaceful protest outside the Canadian embassy in the US to protest the death of Baloch community leader Karima Baloch under suspicious circumstances in Toronto. In a memorandum to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, members of the Baloch community said, “People in Balochistan are demonstrating on a large scale, seeking justice for their leader Karima Mehrab. In order to create a sense of security among the people of the community, we Want a free and fair investigation. The Baloch community and Karima’s family hope to get justice from the Canadian government. ”
People from the Baloch community demonstrated outside the Canadian Embassy in Washington DC on Tuesday. Waheed Baloch, former president of the Balochistan Provincial Assembly, told PTI that the killing of Karima Baloch in Toronto was inspired by politics. He alleged that the Pakistani army and ISI murdered him. Waheed Baloch said, “Karima was the voice of the weaker section in Balochistan. She was a vocal critic of the Pakistani Army and its policies and actions.” Social activist Nabi Baksh Baloch said that Karima was in danger of life in Pakistan and had sought political asylum in Canada in 2015. While living in Canada, she was fighting for the people of Balochistan.
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Nabi Baksh Baloch said, “Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI was sending constant threatening messages to them in Canada. They used to threaten to harm him and his family. His family was targeted in Pakistan. His relative was arrested. Gaya, he was tortured in custody and hanged illegally. ” He alleged, “The Pakistani army is involved in the murder of Baloch leaders. We cannot deny the possibility of assassination given their sudden death.”
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