In this world where countless, people are born they left their mark in human minds. The struggle of these characters of the past the present is formed and they mark the history of the future. Historians adorn the character of these entities in books. I have also seen in this field of my life the infinite people who are physically separated, their role compels the historian to carry a pen and force us to write about their amazing job, there are numerous names in the history, their roles are not easy to describe, such characters force the author’s pen to describe what they said, what they did, in the past for which they did not hesitate to jump into the fire of Nimrod, so that their deeds become special.
Many personalities have been physically separated from us and many personalities are suffering from state oppression for a long period and they are enduring the ordeal of the occupant. Many of the leaders’ memories in these torture cells push me to pick up pen and paper to write their memories Dr. Din Jan is also one of them I met him 17 years in Shall Quetta in 2004 Baloch National Movement Council session I had the opportunity to meet my great leader and from that day we became good friends. Dr. Deen Mohammad Baloch belongs to Mashkay and is considered one of the intellectual and ideological friends of the BNM’s revolutionary program. This what Martyred Ghulam Muhammad Baloch said to me about Dr. Deen Jan.
In those three days of the BNM council session, I saw Dr. Deen Mohammad Baloch as a moderate politician and a revolutionary leader in our society. He traveled to Balochistan to carry out BNM revolutionary programs and independence Slogan to every Baloch in every village and house. Dr. Din Jan’s seal and sincerity and hard work led the BNM caravan to Balochis tan’s every corner in a short period.
Dr. Deen Jan became a member of the BNM Central Committee member in the 2004 council session and at the same time through his efforts the great leader of the BNM, martyr Dr. Manan Jan also joined the BNM and stepped into revolutionary politics. As a profession both Dr. Deen Jan and mannan are doctors and belonged to Mashkay Baloch doctors have ideologically and political mind thinkers. In addition, Dr. Deen Jan’s efforts led the Baloch Doctors Forum and several organizations to become ideological allies of the Baloch National Movement. On 3, December 2006, when Pakistan abducted Martyr Ghulam Mohammad Baloch, and the BNM stagnated workers were worried about the disappearance of their leader, Dr. Deen Jan who made a detailed visit to Balochistan and Karachi with other party members to mobilize the rest of the stagnated workers, very soon after, BNM was reorganized.
In 2007, I remember when we joined the hunger strike camp in Quetta, and we started a campaign to join the Baloch women panel members dr. Deen Jan along with other friends made a camping visit at Quetta. This camp has the full support of BNM and BSO Azad. However, Dr. Deen Jan was the present government doctor but despite all those, he was a revolutionary key player and active member of BNM. When martyr Ghulam Muhammad released from the Pakistani torture cells after nine months and was bailed out in eight fake cases, Dr. Deen Jan stood up with martyr Ghulam Muhammad along with other friends and organized party programs in Karachi Malir, engaged in the preparations for 2008, Council session, holding a successful revolutionary session on 15 July 2008 once again he elected as a member of the Central Committee of BNM. Henceforth he joined the freedom movement of Martyr Ghulam Muhammad Baloch.
On 3 April 2009, when Pakistani security forces martyred Ghulam Muhammad’s after enforced disappearance, and their bullet-riddled dead bodies found in Murgap, Dr. Deen Jan along with other friends attended the funeral prayers in my home at Mand. I was revealed and encouraged to see that the martyr Ghulam Muhammad caravan comrades.
Unfortunately, I am writing these few words today out of sadness for the loss of many caravan friends in my life. In this tragic time of caravan, many of them fled away and Many friends stayed until the last breath of their lives and history will remember them always. Many of them are suffering from physical and mental torture cells for ten to twelve years. Dr. Deen Jan among them who attended the funeral prayers. I was honored to host him in my home on the occasion of martyr Ghulam Muhammad’s funeral. I didn’t know that this honor would not be possible again in martyr Asif and Atif Jan’s funeral they martyred by Pakistani Security forces. The next day great leader of this caravan has said goodbye and promised to meet me again. But even Deen Jan knew nor Martyrs of Murgap has known that this will be the last see off and it will be for long 12 years long. Dr. Deen Jan’s little innocent daughters will be waiting for this long wait. When on June 28, 2009, a friend informed by a phone call that Dr. Deen Jan had been abducted by state-run Pakistani intelligence agencies for breaking into the house on duty from Ornach. Another resurrection has come down on me.