'Pakistan Army Personnel Raped Two Women in One Month', Says Baloch Leader Mehran Marri
Mehran Marri (Photo Credits: ANI)

Balochistan, September 17: Baloch leader Mehran Marri on Tuesday slammed Pakistan for committing human rights violations in Balochistan. He alleged that in a period of one month, the Pakistani army personnel raped one lady from Mardan and another from Gwadar. He said that the Pakistan Army should be held accountable and alleged that Qamar Javed Bajwa, Musharraf and other leaders have committed crimes against humanity. Protests Against Pakistan Army: Baloch & Sindhi Activists Stage Demonstrations At Broken Chair Outside UN Office Over Enforced Disappearances.

"Pakistan Army is notorious for its policy of rape and pillage like they conducted Operation Searchlight in Bangladesh. It is resorting to same policies in Balochistan now," Mehran Marri said. Posters on Human Rights Violations in Balochistan, KP Appear Outside UN.

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"In space of one month, a lady from Mardan and another from Gwadar has been raped by this coward army. They (Pakistan Army) have to be held accountable, be it Bajwa, Musharraf or any of these dictators, they have all committed crimes against humanity," he said.

Marri had earlier accused Pakistan of ignoring human rights. He had also sought India's help in bringing these violations committed by Pakistan to world's notice.