December 5, 2021

Pakistani activist Karima Baloch Found Dead in Toronto


World Desk, Amar Ujala, Toronto
Updated Wed, 23 Dec 2020 12:01 AM IST

Pak activist Karima Baloch (File photo)
– Photo: Social Media

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The body of Karima Baloch, an activist who raised her voice against the atrocities of Pakistan, has been found in Toronto, Canada. She was living in exile in Canada. Karima considered PM Modi like a brother. Tarek Fatah said that Pakistan has dirty hands behind it.

However, nothing has been clear about his death. She was missing for the last three days. Karima Baloch, who took refuge in Canada, was included in the list of the world’s 100 most influential women in 2016. She was the woman who narrated the story of Pakistan’s atrocities in the United Nations. This is not the first such case. Similarly, Baloch journalist Sajid Hussain was found dead in May.

Pakistan considered Karima Baloch as a Raw Agent. Balochistan is a province that lacks resources, but Pakistan only exploits them. The insurgency in Balochistan has intensified for the last 15 years. Here the army often commits cruelty and imprisons people in prisons. Many Baloch leaders were also murdered. Karima Baloch had said in an interview that she considers PM Modi her brother.

He also said that all the Baloch women are looking at him with hope. She has been the Chair Person of Balochistan Students Organization. He addressed PM Modi as brother and said that he should raise his voice against human rights violations at the international forum. While sharing Rakhi on Twitter on the occasion of Rakshabandhan, he pleaded in front of PM Modi.

He had said that the brothers of many Baloch sisters are missing and they are waiting for their brother. He married Hamal Haider, who was supporting him in this fight. She used to work to expose Pakistan at the international level, which is why she always kept knocking in the eyes of Pakistan.

The body of Karima Baloch, an activist who raised her voice against the atrocities of Pakistan, has been found in Toronto, Canada. She was living in exile in Canada. Karima considered PM Modi like a brother. Tarek Fatah said that Pakistan has dirty hands behind it.

However, nothing has been clear about his death. She was missing for the last three days. Karima Baloch, who took refuge in Canada, was included in the list of the world’s 100 most influential women in 2016. She was the woman who narrated the story of Pakistan’s atrocities in the United Nations. This is not the first such case. Similarly, Baloch journalist Sajid Hussain was found dead in May.

Pakistan considered Karima Baloch as a Raw Agent. Balochistan is a province that lacks resources, but Pakistan only exploits them. The insurgency in Balochistan has intensified for the last 15 years. Here the army often commits cruelty and imprisons people in prisons. Many Baloch leaders were also murdered. Karima Baloch had said in an interview that she considers PM Modi her brother.

He also said that all the Baloch women are looking at him with hope. She has been the Chair Person of Balochistan Students Organization. He addressed PM Modi as brother and said that he should raise his voice against human rights violations at the international forum. While sharing Rakhi on Twitter on the occasion of Rakshabandhan, he pleaded in front of PM Modi.

He had said that the brothers of many Baloch sisters are missing and they are waiting for their brother. He married Hamal Haider, who was supporting him in this fight. She used to work to expose Pakistan at the international level, which is why she always kept knocking in the eyes of Pakistan.


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