Baloch Yakjehti Committee to Raise Awareness on Gwadar’s Deteriorating Conditions

Baloch Yakjehti Committee to Raise Awareness on Gwadar's Deteriorating Conditions
Baloch Yakjehti Committee to Raise Awareness on Gwadar's Deteriorating Conditions
Baloch Yakjehti Committee to Raise Awareness on Gwadar's Deteriorating Conditions
Baloch Yakjehti Committee to Raise Awareness on Gwadar's Deteriorating Conditions

Baloch Yakjehti Committee to Raise Awareness on Gwadar’s Deteriorating Conditions

Baloch Yakjehti Committee to Raise Awareness on Gwadar’s Deteriorating Conditions/X@MahrangBaloch

Baloch Yakjehti Committee to Raise Awareness on Gwadar’s Deteriorating Conditions

The Baloch Yakjehti Committee (BYC) and prominent Baloch leader Maharang Baloch announced an awareness session on March 10 to reveal the true condition of Gwadar post-flood. Titled “Gwadar’s Reality: Unearthing Ecocide, Indigenous Narratives, and Uniting Baloch for Survival,” the event aims to shed light on the suppression faced by the Baloch community under the Pakistani administration.

Challenges and Suppression in Gwadar

Maharang Baloch, taking the message to social media platform ‘X,’ emphasized the decades-long suppression of indigenous people in Gwadar. She highlighted the disruption of indigenous ways of living and systematic genocide, urging the people of Gwadar to participate in this crucial awareness session. In a video message, Maharang Baloch conveyed the dissatisfaction with the Pakistani administration’s promises of Gwadar’s development, emphasizing increased military presence without substantial improvements.

Previous BYC Conference on Flood Impact

In a previous conference, BYC highlighted the real condition of Gwadar after the recent flood. Maharang Baloch outlined the areas severely affected, including Gwadar Old City, Pishukan, Dagaro, Passo, Jiwani, Paleri, and others. The flood created life-threatening problems for the locals, forcing them to live under the open sky. Maharang criticized the government’s policies, stating that infrastructure development was focused on CPEC projects rather than the well-being of the locals. She emphasized the destructive impact on the lives of Baloch people while the international claims of infrastructure development remained baseless.

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