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Dear Editor, RightsNow Pakistan
by Gazal Jadoon

Traffic condition in Rawalpindi is getting worst day by day. Vehicles are increasing as populations increases. Some roads are block because of the digging up the city. One sector like WAPDA digs and repair then Sui gas starts digging.Thus digging keeps continue.

The other reason of traffic jam and mishaps in Rawalpindi is lack of driving sense. Some drivers are unaware of traffic rules . jumping lanes, over taking, speeding, cutting signals and cursing are the normal things in roads.
VIP movement also another factor of traffic jam.

VIP movement and construction work both might be a massive jam. if traffic flows frequently in the roads due to VIP movement in some areas disturb flow of traffic in the whole city its natural things the police take bribes from the drivers of buses, wagons, trucks and other commercial vehicles and did not do their duties properly.
If all of them do their duties and follow the rules and regulation so it might be control the traffic jams in Rawalpindi city.

Press Release

LONDON, Baloch Human Rights Council (UK) held a demonstration in front of Iranian embassy,  16 Prince’s Gate Sw7 1PT London  on Sunday 10 November 2013 from 2 pm to 4.30 pm to protest against the recent  Barbaric mass execution of Baloch prisoners  by Iran in a revenge of a border clash with its security men.  A large no. of Baloch, Sindhi, Kurdish and Ahwazi  political and human rights  activists participated in the demo. They condemn the Iranian state brutal executions of Baloch political activists and called for unity  and combined efforts to regain their freedom & sovereignty.

The Gathering also Paid rich Tributes  and expressed their solidarity  with the 70 yrs old aged  Maama Qadeer and families of Baloch Missing Persons who are on a long March by foot from Quetta to Karachi (some 760 miles ) to campaign &  highlight the issue of  Baloch missing persons who have been abducted by Pakistani state agencies and extra judicially killed. The gathering also condemn the criminal silence of Pakistani media by not reporting the news.

 Dr. Hayder Laashari,  Dr. Jawad Mella President of Kurdistan (Syrian) Party,  Mahnaz Baloch, Faisal Alahwazi  leader of Ahawz, Muhammad Naeem Dad,  Ali Mulahzai,  Vajed Hossainzehi, Dr. Hidayt Bhutto leader of world Sindhi Congress and Samad Baloch spoke on the occasion.

Baloch Human Rights Council has written a letter( Posted by registered mail) To the United Nations Secretary General requesting for Un intervention and establishing an international commission to investigate the heinous crimes against humanity being committed by the Iranians in Balochistan

Please read the Original text of the letter to the UN secretary General and view the Pictures of the demo :