QUETTA - Balochistan National Party-Mengal (BNP-M) Sunday organised rallies and demonstrations in different towns of Balochistan, including the provincial capital, to protest against the killing of Naseer Ahmed Langov, a party activist. Naseer was killed and four others wounded at Shahbaz Town in Quetta on Saturday allegedly due to the police firing. In Quetta, a protest rally led by BNP-M Secretary General Habib Jalib Advocate, Secretary Information Agha Hassan Langov Advocate and Ghulam Nabi Marri marched through various roads and culminated outside the Quetta Press Club. Protesters, carrying party flags and placards, chanted slogans against the law enforcement agencies and demanded the United Nations to take notice of alleged excesses against the Baloch people. Addressing the gathering, BNP-M leaders held police and Frontier Corps responsible for Naseers killing. They alleged that law enforcement agencies were violating the tribal customs and human rights by raiding the houses of innocent people and targeting the peaceful rallies. They said killing of Baloch was continuing for the last 63 years and they would not make any demand or appeal to the state institutions, rather they would ask the international community and Nato for intervention to save them people from the state excesses. Killing of Naseer Langov and firing on protesters by state forces is aimed at crushing the national struggle of Baloch masses for their right of self-determination, they alleged, adding that thousands of missing innocent persons were being subjected to torture. They vowed to continue their struggle, saying death could not derail their struggle. They demanded the govt to bring to justice the personnel of law enforcing agencies who were responsible for opening fire on a peaceful protest. According to reports, the BNP-M workers took out rallies and staged demonstrations in Hub, Panjgour, Khuzdar, Wadh, Kalat and Nuhski as well.