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Free Balochistan Movement sit in protest before Chinese Embassy

DON:  The pro-freedom Baloch political party Free Balochistan Movement has announced another week-long sit-in protest outside Chinese Embassy in London starting from Sunday 30 October.

The FBM in a statement said that the 24-hour sit-in will continue till 6th of November and on final day there will be a protest demonstration from 1 pm to 3 pm outside Chinese Embassy and after that the protesters will march from Chinses Embassy to Marble Arch via Oxford Street.

The FBM has invited all pro-freedom Baloch and other Human Rights Organizations to take part in the sit-in protest, the final demonstration and march on 6 November.

The protest is against China’s financial and military support to Pakistan, building CPEC against the popular will of Baloch nation and China’s presence in Gawadar where local Baloch population is being expelled from their native villages.

“Pakistan is becoming isolated in world because America and other nations who supported Pakistan are now realizing that Pakistan can never be their friend or a trustworthy ally. But now China has become the supporter of this terrorist state,” the FBM said.

The FBM further said that China was giving $46 billion to Pakistan with an intention to strengthen its occupation over Balochistan and it was trying hard to save the crippling economy of Pakistan through safe deposit.

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