Death Of Balochistan Rights Activist Prompts Partial Strike

Politicians, lawyers, and business-owners went on strike in Pakistan’s southwest province of Balochistan after a regional leader of a Pakistani civil rights group died, allegedly at the hands of police. Many businesses in the provincial capital, Quetta, were closed on February 4, with shops shuttered and padlocked. The Pashtunkhwa Milli Awami Party, a Pashtun nationalist party, called the general strike after Muhammad Ibrahim Arman Luni was buried in the town of Qillah Saifullah. Eyewitnesses told RFE/RL that a police officer struck the college teacher on the neck with a gun after stopping him as he returned from a sit-in protest in the Loralai district of Balochistan on February 2.....................

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