NEWS : BSO's Mere Existence Led the National Struggle onto Revolutionary Paths: BSO - Azad
Posted by admin on 2012/11/28 16:15:10 ( 768 reads )

Throughout past 45 years, BSO gave birth to a number of Baloch leaders/personalities who later on served the nation; many led through their leadership skills, many sacrificed their precious lives.

(In Balochistan, If you are a BSO - Azad member, you are either struggling on the ground despite serious threats to your life or have already ended up in a Pakistani army torture cell)

Almost Half a Century:

Occupied Balochistan: A number of successful events and seminars were organized on the student organization's 45th founding anniversary throughout Balochistan. BSO - Azad Central Committee had called for the events.

BSO was founded on November 26th, 1967.

Events were organized in Quetta, Panjgur, Turbat, Kharan, Awaran, Mashkay, Mangochar, Mastung, Basimah, Kalat, Mach, Kardgap, Hub, Gadaap, Uthal including Hyderabad and Karachi.

Speakers shed light on BSO's rich history and struggle in the ongoing freedom movement. BSO has played a vital role in the Baloch liberation struggle. November 26 is a historical day in Baloch movement, the participants said.

Starting from day one, BSO had to go through very tough and struggling times but organization's commitment to the Baloch cause made it possible for them to continue guiding the Baloch youths. Throughout last 45 years, BSO gave birth to countless Baloch leaders and personalities who later on served the nation.

Providing basic work platform to the Baloch youth, BSO gave them opportunity to utilize their skills in the right path and direction. The org armed the youths with modern educational thinking.

More than a 100 BSO members were abducted by Pakistani army and state intelligence agencies, brutally tortured, killed and dumped on roadside since June '10.

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