The spokesperson of the Baloch National Movement said that Mehmood Khan Achakzai has tried to create sharp resentment between the Baloch and Pashtun brotherly nations by talking about the restoration of the so-called British Balochistan under the name of Afghaniya. This would only benefit Punjabis, the occupying and colonial power. It would draw a gulf between the brotherly nations.
“All those existing problems between Baloch and Pashtun are the creation of the British empire, including two major issues of the Durand line and the McMahon Line, both chalked out by the British.”
Shaheed Lala Hameed Baloch was born in Haji Hayatan’s home on 8th February of 1985. He got his early education in Govt Modal High school Gwadar. He hailed to a political family. The Shaheed was involved in politics in his school days. He started his political career from BSO (Aman). He was elected as student leader in his college days. He was also elected as member of Public Safety Commission introduced in Musharaf’s era.
With UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres in Pakistan, Baloch National Movement (BNM) today urged him to visit flood-hit Balochistan and check how Pakistani forces have continued their aggression against the Baloch people even during this devastation.
BNM Chairman Dr. Naseem Baloch also cautioned the world that Pakistan is in the habit of using international aid, received during natural disasters, for strengthening its military for use against the Baloch people.
“We appeal @antonioguterres to visit Balochistan too which is badly affected after the devastating floods. (At the) Same time Pakistani forces have continued their aggression there (in Balochistan),” Baluch tweeted as the UN chief held meetings with top Pakistani leaders, including Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, in Islamabad.
In the second part of Baloch National Movement’s (BNM) one-day conference in Berlin, Germany, the increasing number of enforced disappearances in Balochistan and the role of the international community were discussed. In the second session, renowned writer and intellectual Dr. Ayesha Siddiqa, historian Dr. Nasir Dashti and Baloch National Movement Chairman Dr. Naseem Baloch spoke.
Dr. Naseem Baloch, said that among the biggest problems faced by the Baloch in Pakistan-occupied Balochistan, enforced disappearances and the state policy of kill and dump.