Honoured to receive Respected Prof. Naela Quadri Prime Minister Exile Govt. of Balochistan, Waja Siddique AZAD Baloch, and Sister Dorrain Baloch Human Rights Defender at Cologne Airport Germany on Monday. The Baloch community in Cologne, Germany also welcomed Luma Durrain Baloch and Waja Siddik Azad. The group will travel over Europe, taking part in conferences and networking activities while raising awareness.
The Baloch community in Cologne, Germany, gave Waja Siddik Azad, Luma Durrain Baloch, and the Honorable Prime Minister of the GOBE, @NaelaQuadri Baloch, a hearty welcome. As they travel around Europe, they will attend conferences, network at social gatherings, and raise awareness. Baloch People’s Congress tweeted on Monday that it was “a significant step toward strengthening Balochistan’s voice on the international stage.” “Honoured to receive Respected Prof. Naela Quadri Prime Minister Exile Govt. of Balochistan, Waja Siddique AZAD Baloch, and Sister Dorrain Baloch Human Rights Defender at Cologne Airport Germany,” Munir Mengal, president of Baloch Voice Association NGO located in Paris, France, said in a tweet on Monday.
According to recent reports from The Balochistan Post, attacks against Pakistani government facilities and personnel took place in the Balochistan districts of Panjgur and Kech. Reports state that a vehicle of the Pakistani military was the target of a bomb strike on the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) road at a Panjgur grade station.
The Balochistan Post claimed local sources as saying that the bomb hurt Pakistani soldiers and damaged one of their vehicles. However, no comments on this have yet been made by government leaders. News and articles on events that specifically affect Balochistan and its political and social elements are published by The Balochistan Post.
A number of more Pakistani military vehicles quickly followed the attack and encircled the target area. Later, an armed pro-independence group known as the Baloch Liberation Army (BLA) claimed responsibility for the attack. Two members of the Pakistani army died in the assault, while three others were injured, according to BLA spokesman Jeeyand Baloch.