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Prof.Naela Quadri's statement in response to President Trump Tweet regarding Pakistan.


WBWF (World Baloch Women Forum)

Vancouver, Canada(2/1/2018) - Head of World Baloch Women Forum , Prof.Naela Quadri Baloch issued following statement to media in response to President Trump Tweet regarding Pakistan.

"In his first tweet of the year, President Trump has expressed his deep frustration with Pakistan's role in the War Against Terror. So far Pakistan has used US funds meant to fight terror to spawn a terror factory along AfPak border that destablises the whole of the region. Pakistan has used US weapons to kill kill nations under its illegal occupation and religious minorities and has allowed the Chinese to reverse engineer US products. In short, in return for the generous and wholehearted support and trust of the US, Pakistan has stolen funds, technology, and weapons. Observers are wondering if the US will at last disengage with Pakistan and punish the Jihadi state."

"The US must disengage with the Pakistani state and its terrorist arms and designate current and former members of Pakistani army and intelligence agencies involved in supporting terror as global terrorists. It should discontinue aid and transfer of military hardware to Pakistan, impose a travel ban on its citizens (excluding the Balochs, the Sindhis, and the people of Gilgit-Baltistan who under Pakistan's illegal occupation), limit the international reach of Pakistani banks, and isolate Pakistan from the international financial system. However, it should also expand engagements with those in Pakistan who are willing to confront jihadi terror and the Pakistani state. These include the Balochs, the Sindhis, and the people of Gilgit-Baltistan among others. The US should call for a UN fact finding team to visit Pakistan for a firsthand assessment of the plight of ethno-linguistic and religious minorities. The US should support the independence of Balochistan, Gilgit-Baltistan, and the redrawing of the artificial Durand line."

"The US has to act before Pakistan becomes another North Korea."



WBWF (World Baloch Women Forum)
Prof.Naela Quadri Baloch


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