Author: Sumayya Baloch
If anyone is very curious about writing and have no stories and script in mind, he or she must visit Balochistan where they will get a new story and plot each day.
From many years, cases of missing persons, robbery in houses, violence on women and children has exposed the truth of how oppressed we are as a nation. But the voices of the oppressed have never been heard.
If anyone raises voice, then there is no any medium to convey this voice to the rest of the world.
Since Balochistan has no connection with media so the issues are limited to Balochistan, where they can be easily suppressed.
Balochistan is the region, with its famous and rich land, where everyone is interested in its riches and to get access over the Balochistan’s resources, but none is serious enough to hear the ground realities and atrocities that are going on this sacred land.
Bramsh’s story is Among those unknown stories of Balochistan. Bramsh is an innocent child who may not even know that the region in which she lives is called Balochistan, where dreaming for peace is like committing a sin.
Bramsh, being a child only understands the language of love and affection, she does not even know the principles of the world.
Her only intentions were to get her mother’s unconditional love, but she was separated from her before time when she needed her the most.
These incidents are not new for Baloch. For centuries, children have been living without their parents, they have aged before their time.
Bramsh will also spend her life like other children of war who have been separated from their parents, who are languishing in torture cells for years.
However, Bramsh will face all these questions which time has created for her.
She will try to find answers of these questions, she will try to fight them, but will get failed like other children.
She will smile but would not reduce her restlessness and arguments within her that what was her fault? Why her mother was killed and why the world kept silent on that oppression?
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