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US instead of supporting Terrorist Pakistan should support the Baloch people to free their motherland

US instead of supporting Terrorist Pakistan should support the Baloch people to free their motherland, Balochistan, from the Pakistan's illegal and unjust occupation - Dr. Baloch

WASHINGTON, D.C - It is extremely sad and disappointing to hear that, despite Pakistan's betrayals and stabbing the U.S in the back again and again, after being paid more than $33 billions dollars by the U.S in financial aid, Ms. Alice Wells still wants to support the territorial integrity of the Terrorist State of Pakistan. 

Ms. Alice Wells, a Senior Bureau Official in South and Central Asia wing of State Department told a Washington, D.C audience at the U.S Institute of Peace(USIP) that, "We firmly support Pakistan's territorial integrity. We do not support a Baluch insurgency or the threat of a irredentism against Pakistan”.

"Instead of supporting the terrorist state of Pakistan, the main cause of the problem in the region, the U.S should support the denuclearization and peaceful dismemberment of Pakistan to end the terrorism and extremism in the region that is being sponsored and nurtured by the Pakistan's military", said Dr. Baloch, the President of Balochistan National Congress (BNC), Washington, D.C.

Dr. Baloch reminded Ms. Alice Wells of President Donald Trump’s New Year's tweets in which he clearly said it that,“Pakistan is NOT our friend. The United states foolishly gave Pakistan more than $33 billions Dollars in aid over the last 15 years, and they have given us nothing but lies & deceit, thinking of our leaders fools. They give safe heaven to the terrorists we hunt in Afghanistan, with little help. No more!”  

He said Baloch people are not terrorist but are the victim of Pakistan’s state terrorism and violence and it is the moral duty of the United States and the world community to support the peace loving, secular and pro-democratic people of Balochistan to free their motherland from the Pakistan's illegal and unjust occupation that is going on for more than 70 years.

Balochistan, a free and independent State was invaded by the Pakistan terrorist army in 1948 and forcefully annexed it into Pakistan against the will and mandate of Baloch citizens. Since then, against the illegal and unjust occupation, Baloch people have been fighting Pakistan’s occupying forces to re-gain their lost and stolen freedom from Pakistan. Thousands Baloch citizens have been killed in this non-ending conflict by the Pakistan’s occupying forces and many hundreds Baloch citizens are missing.

“The United States and the world community must take notice of extrajudicial killing, disappearances and genocide of Baloch people in the occupied Balochistan that is going on for decades”, said the Baloch leader.

Dr. Baloch said that, “a FREE, Democratic and Independent Balochistan is the answer to all the problems that the US and the world community are facing in the region. It will not only protect the US interests in the region but will also help to secure the Strait of Hormuz from Iranian threats and help stabilize Afghanistan by eliminating and eradicating the Taliban terrorists safe heavens, provided to them by Pakistan's army. It will also help to build peace and stability in the entire region”.

He asked the Trump Administration to direct the State Department and CIA to reach out to the Balochistan National Congress (BNC) leadership in the U.S and help them in their fight for freedom and justice against the illegal occupation of Balochistan by Pakistan and Iran and against the Chinese expansion in the region


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