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CPEC behind Baloch Genocide, says Naela Quadri Baloch

July 2, 2018

Canada-based Balochistan activist Naela Quadri Baloch, who was recently barred from boarding a flight from Montreal to Geneva for participating in a protest on the sidelines of the UNHRC events, said Pakistan is committing genocide and resorting to rape and abductions aided by China which is building an economic corridor through the territory to further their global trade dominance.

Ms. Baloch, who was stopped from boarding a flight from the Montreal airport to Geneva last month, where she was heading to lodge a protest against ‘abductions and rape of Baloch women and genocide of Baloch people’, said Pakistan is trying to eliminate them completely by resorting to such brutalities.

Informing that she would lead a series of protests against the ongoing atrocities on women and the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) through Balochistan, Naela Quadri Baloch told Just Earth News: “We will continue our struggle and apprise all the countries and their lawmakers of how Pakistan is now trying to occupy Balochistan with the help of China [the two nations are collaborating by building a collection of infrastructure projects worth around $46 billion meant to deepen economic ties between China and Pakistan].”

“With the help of China now, Pakistan is trying to finish us. They are killing us, abductions, rapes and disappearances are common, they stopped water and electricity for Baloch people,” she said, referring to the CPEC project’s implementation.

The CPEC will connect China’s largest province Xinjiang with Pakistan’s Gwadar port in Balochistan. It was launched in 2015 and passes through Pakistan-controlled Kashmir and Balochistan, home to a long-running insurgency.

The CPEC is a part of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Maritime Silk Road projects, aimed at deepening Mainland China’s economic cooperation with a number of Asian and European countries.

Naela Qadri Baloch said: “Pakistan with the help of China has stooped to the level of raping our women. We have to save our people, our women and save our soil.”

“We fought the British and Portuguese but never in the history of that struggle our women were raped like Pakistan is doing now,” alleged Naela Quadri Baloch.

The. Canada based activist hit the news when last month she was barred from boarding a flight to Geneva from Montreal after the airline authorities cited a visa issue, a reason that she contested vehemently.

“I was stopped at the airport and that is a reality and so people should think who was behind this. I have to go to the root cause. The United Nations cannot be an unreachable forum for Baloch people, if such a thing happens where do we go,” she asked.

She said the UN is supposed to hear the voices of the people and such a thing- barring her from travelling to lodge protest- happened to her for the second time.

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