Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Pakistan's military responds to US State Department's concern by killing Brahamdagh Bugti's sister and niece.

Pakistan's military and its intelligence agencies have a strategic response to all Baloch problems which consists of a multifactorial approach to elminate Baloch people ,hence on one hand a massive number of pashtun talibans have been imported from Afghanistan to change the demogrphics and on the other hand military is busy in a systematic slow genocide of Baloch nation since creation of Pakistan.
Whenever a baloch leader raises voice against Pakistan's genocide of Baloch nation he is elminated by Pakistan's power military yet Baloch nation has kept its national freedom movement alive despite all the brutal tactics of Pakistan's army. The role of western powers to protect the basic human rights of endangered Baloch nation from Pakistan's mad military can be summarized as "shameful". Recently US State Department articulated its soft concern and requested Pakistan to negotiate with Baloch. That was enough for Pakistan's powerful military to target Brahamdagh Bugti's sister and her innocent child in Karachi, the message is loud and clear for both Baloch nation and western powers.
For Baloch leaders its a direct threat that even if you are outside of Pakistan yet ISI can locate and target your extended family members included women and children. To the western powers its a continuation of Pakistan's Army's arrogant policy as it blocks NATO's supply line, continues supporting talibans and mocks US State Department's concern over human rights violations in Balochistan by killing Brahamdagh Bugti's sister and many other Baloch political activists.
Baloch nation will continue its national struggle for freedom but it will be interesting to see how western powers continue appeasing Pakistan despite its record on human rights.


At February 7, 2012 at 6:08 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

pakistani forcess always killing innocent baloch.
the way they treated bangalis, now what happened.

At March 15, 2012 at 11:19 PM , Anonymous asif said...



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