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China and Pakistan Are Exploiting Balochistan: Mazdak Dilshad Baloch

SHITANSHU SHEKHAR SHUKLA Friday, October 07,2016 Baloch NEW DELHI:  25-year-old Majzak Dilshad Baloch appears much more assured and confident than his age. Living in Canada since 2014, Mazdak and his wife arrived in India a few months ago to mould public opinion favourable to freedom for Balochistan as part of the government policy. He spoke to Shitanshu Shekhar Shukla in an exclusive interview. Excerpts: Q. Are you in favour of talking to Pakistan ?  A. No. We are opposed to talking to Pakistan as long as Balochistan is occupied by its army. Until we are treated as an equal party, we will not talk. If the Pakistan army withdraws for a neutral force/power to monitor and oversee, we can talk to Pakistan and hold them accountable for their misdeeds. Q. China is investing huge in CPEC (China–Pakistan Economic Corridor). How do you look at it?  A. China is explo

Naela Quadri Baloch seeks India's help for forming 'Balochistan govt in exile'

ANI | New Delhi, [India] Oct 11, 2016 04:24 PM IST President World Baloch Women's Forum and prominent Baloch nationalist leader Naela Quadri Baloch on Monday said the Balochistan Freedom Movement (BFM) activists want to form an "Azad Balochistan government in exile" and they want India, Afghanistan and other SAARC nations to support their government. "We want to form an Azad Balochistan government in exile and we want India, Afghanistan and other SAARC nations to support the Bloach Government in Exile," she told ANI. When asked about her (and BFM activists') expectations from India, Quadri, who landed in New Delhi after holding a conference with Afghanistan leaders in Kabul, said, "India should give us space and office to establish the government in exile. Besides, we express our deep gratitude to Modiji (Prime Minister Narendra Modi) and (external Affairs Minister) Shushma Swaraj for raising their voices on the Baloch issue. We are also thankful to

Naela Quadri Baloch arrived in Delhi after Modi's speech

Baloch leader Prof.Naela Quadri Baloch arrived in Delhi, she is the first Baloch leader to visit India after PM Modi announced support for Baloch cause. Soon after her arrival she said “I believe that at every point, India will stand along with Balochistan. Things are changing rapidly”