The Baloch issue will be heard by US public on 8th of February

Native American bloggers and think-tanks has recently published blogs on the situation in Balochistan, shortly before a conference was held in USA over the rotten situation in Balochistan in which exiled Baloch nationalists and human rights activist participated.

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(February 04, Balochistan, Sri Lanka Guardian) Balochistan issue has assumed a significance position in USA and the US congress foreign affairs committee will hold a public hearing on 8th of February in which American experts, analyst and human right activists will express their opinion, BBC Urdu reported.
According to a statement issued by US house of foreign committee a public gathering subjected as ” over site and investigation” will be held here on February 8th 2012 in USA regarding the restive Pakistani province Balochistan’s current situation where human rights activists will present their testimony.
According to the sources, assistant professor George Town University Mr. Christine fair, a US military analyst, illustrious author Ralph peters and Pakistani human rights activist and HRW director Pakistan; Ali Dayan will illustrate their opinion before US foreign affairs committee.
The US congress declared function for everyone.
Usually in the last few months and years, particularly the Baluch issue has drawn the attention of US media, think tanks and policy makers.
The Baluch issue was also heard in the last month in US, when spokesman for US foreign affairs “Uzat prghry ” while delivering a public speech on tweeter answering to a question sated “ US is fully concerned over the human rights violation in Balochistan.”
Remember that, the US state department report to congress; has already expressed its concern over the missing persons in Balochistan.
Native American bloggers and think-tanks has recently published blogs on the situation in Balochistan, shortly before a conference was held in USA over the rotten situation in Balochistan in which exiled Baloch nationalists and human rights activist participated.

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