WATCH: Pakistan Cricket Fans Tear 'Free Balochistan' Posters Put Up By Activists Outside Lord's Cricket Ground

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In a shocking incident, a video has surfaced on social media in which Pakistani Cricket fans can be seen tearing down the posters put up by Balochistan activists outside the Lord's Cricket Ground in London where the Pakistan vs South Africa World Cup match took place on Sunday.

Written By Digital Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

In a shocking incident, a video has surfaced on social media in which Pakistani Cricket fans can be seen tearing down the posters put up by Balochistan activists outside the Lord's Cricket Ground in London where the Pakistan vs South Africa World Cup match took place on Sunday.

The video shows men wearing Pakistan Cricket team jersey and Pak flag around their neck, tearing the posters raising awareness about enforced disappearances of Baloch and other ethnic/religious minorities in Pakistan, while the onlookers take videos of the incident. 

The posters read, "Help end enforced disappearances in Pakistan". While tearing down the posters, the angry fans also shouted slogans "Long Live Pakistan Army".

Watch the video here:

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While it is unclear about when did the incident happen, as per news agency ANI, Baloch Republican Party and World Baloch Organisation organised a protest outside Lords in London on Sunday where the India vs South Africa World Cup match took place.

The protests were raised to highlight the pathetic human rights condition in Pakistan. Protestors distributed leaflets outside the stadium ahead of the clash between Pakistan and South Africa, to raise awareness about enforced disappearances of Baloch and other ethnic/religious minorities in Pakistan.

Roadside billboards appeared around the city of London with slogans "Help end enforced disappearances in Pakistan" drawing the world's attention towards the grave issue.

According to the Commission of Inquiry on Enforced Disappearances, an entity established by the Pakistani government, 5,000 cases of enforced disappearances have been registered since 2014.

Pakistan's establishment has been long criticized over its practice of enforced disappearances and extrajudicial killings by International bodies and local human rights organisations that dare to speak out on the issue.

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(With ANI inputs)

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