The delegation expressed deep concern about the US financial assistance that is provided to Pakistan, while there are no conditions or transparency tied to these agreements.
Messrs. Nasser Boladai and Aziz Dorani also presented their views on the developments in Iran since President Rouhani's take over, stressing that human rights violations have increased since then
the heart of the discussions lay in the severity of the human rights violations including arbitrary arrests, enforced disappearances, acts of torture and extra-judicial killings. The Baloch delegation highlighted the poor access to education and basic services, restrictions on the freedom of religion and the space for political organizations to campaign for the rights of the Baloch.
Pahlavi often repeated the new identity as: “Modern Iran is a continuation of the Persian empire, being Iranian means being Persian”.
This kind of method of revenge killing by Iranian government has always been used in response to clashes with armed forces systematically.
Mr. Nasser Boladai, President of the Balochistan Peoples Party followed with an overview of the situation of the Balochi minority in southern Iran.
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Sources further reported that Iran awarded death sentence to at least 83 people in Zehran Prison. Majority of the victims are Baloch who were arrested from different areas of Iranian occupied Balochistan.
After 7 years of imprisonment, Alireza was supposed to be released on Tuesday, June 24, after being proved to be innocent.
Mr. Boladai stressing that the economic benefits did not reach the Baloch communities. Due to its geostrategic location, Balochistan is intensively used as a platform for drug trafficking and an important channel for religious extremist to convey their funds