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BNC welcome the Pentagon decision to cancels the $300 Millions dollars aid to terrorist Pakistan.



September 2, 2018

BNC welcome the Pentagon decision to cancels the $300 Millions dollars aid to terrorist Pakistan.

Washington, D.C — Balochistan National Congress (BNC), a Premier Baloch body based in Washington, D.C., welcome the pentagon decision to stop the 30million dollars aid to terrorist Pakistan”, said Dr. Wahid Baloch, the President of   BNC, in a statement.

He said, Pakistan have used the American aid against the Baloch people in the occupied Balochistan to suppress their fight for freedom and justice, to commit genocide of Baloch people and to produce more terrorists to bleed Afghanistan and blackmail US for more money.

Despite the 34 billion US dollars in aid, Pakistan still continues to deceive America and the world community and have stabbed the America in the back again and again, said Dr. Baloch.

He said, there is no reason for this terrorist state to get any aid from the American taxpayer’s money nor Pakistan deserve it.

“He asked the US Government and the world community to peacefully disarm Pakistan from it’s nuclear weapons through the UNO and dismantle this artificial terrorist state so that everyone in the region can live in peace.

“Instead of supporting and funding terrorist Pakistan, the US should help the oppressed Baloch people, in both Pakistani and Iranian occupied Balochistan, in their fight for freedom and justice against the Pakistani and Iranian illegal ccupation of their motherland and against the Chinese expansion in the region”, the BNC statement said.



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