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Baloch activists urges Londoners to ‘Help end’ human rights abuses in Pakistan through Reverse Graffiti

Baloch activists organized Reverse Graffiti in various spots around the city centre in London on Thursday. It read ‘Help End Enforced Disappearances in Pakistan’ to highlight the dire human rights situation in Pakistan.

This came as part of a human rights awareness campaign recently jointly initiated by the World Baloch Organisation (WBO) and Baloch Republican Party (BRP).

Activists used high pressure washers and stencils to render their messages. They tagged pavements in front of popular tourist spots such Oxford Street, Piccadilly circus, Marble arch, London Bridge & outside BBC headquarters.

The campaign focused on the dire human rights situation of the Baloch ,Sindhi, Pashtun, Mohajir and other minorities in the country, urging for the end of killings, torture and particularly enforced disappearances by the Pakistani establishment in the region

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