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Overseas Pakistani Baloch Unity" (OPBU) launched to confront & expose so-called Baloch Independence Movement

Organisation with the name of "Overseas Pakistani Baloch Unity" (OPBU) launched to confront & expose so-called Baloch Independence Movement across the world :-
  
An event was organised in Moscow, Russian Federation by Dr Jumma Khan Marri alongwith his supporters to launch their organisation "OPBU" under the slogan of "United We Stand, Divided We Fall". The event was also attended by different segments of Pakistani community residing in Moscow to show their solidarity and support.
Dr Jumma Marri briefed the audience regarding manifesto, structure and relevant details of his organisation, which has been also uploaded on organisation's recently activated website

 www.overseaspakistanibalochunity.org

During his speech Dr Juma Marri reiterated that OPBU will resolve all the issues of innocent / misguided Baloch on political asylum abroad, for bringing them back to mainstream Pakistan. He said that they will also confront & expose all Indian paid so-called baloch leaders like Hyrbyar Marri, Mehran Marri and Brahamdagh Bugti at all forums and fronts. He said that soon organisation of OPBU will be established in different countries across the world headed by prominent personalities from Baloch diaspora, who will also announce their disassociation from so-called Baloch Separatist Movement.

He also advised all Baloch brothers involved in terrorist activities and operating in Pakistan, to lay down their weapons and start working for betterment of Balouchistan by participating in ongoing development projects. He categorically gave call to Baloch brothers from Kohlu (his home town) to support him in his mission of peace , unity and brotherhood.

He announced names of other appointment holders of OPBU Russian chapter as under :-
》Chief Coordinator , Shahnawaz Baloch.
》Coordinator KPK - Baloch Unity , Noor Habib Shah.
》Coordinator Sindh - Baloch Unity , Syed Ali Kamran Zaidi.
》Coordinator Punjab- Baloch Unity, Chaudry Zahid Sohail.

》 AFFILIATED ORGANISATION :-
Pakistan Community Russia (Mil Ker Pakistan) headed by Malik Shahbaz.

The event ended with National Anthem of Pakistan and slogans of Pakistan Zindabad were raised !!!

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