Allah Nazar Baloch warns of more attacks on Chinese economic project in Pakistan in first video interview in five years.
By Asad Hashim | ISLAMABAD
The elusive leader of a major rebel group fighting for independence in Pakistan’s Baluchistan province said he would welcome cash and other help from India, words likely to alarm Islamabad which accuses New Delhi of stirring trouble there.
خصوصی رپورٹ: پاکستان کے باغی سربراہ کا کہنا ہے کہ وہ روایتی حریف بھارت سے مدد کا خیر مقدم کریں گے
Mehi is a small village in district Awaran, approximately 600 Km from Quetta, the capital of Pakistani occupied Balochistan. It is the birth place of Dr. Allah Nazar Baloch, the commander of Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) and the bastion of struggle for the independent Balochistan.
Dr. Allah Nazar Baloch and all his male family members are on the list sanctioned by the Military Intelligence and handed to the death squad contract killers with orders to “search & destroy” with immediate effect.
If the exploiter wants to repress our struggle for freedom by use of might, we wholeheartedly welcome it. In that this policy will definitely work as an impetus in terms of shaking off the slumber of slavery of my dear countrymen.
I want to convey this to the ruling class, the Punjabi oppressors and their yes-men that you might have the right to kill me to death. But I too have an authority in my hands which I can use as per my will. My companions and I will choose the opportune time for that. That’s the right to death! Nobody can snatch this right from me.
–Allah NazarBaloch (2009)
By M.K. Abdul
When Franklin D. Roosevelt, the U.S. president (1933-1945), died in April 1945, the U.S soldiers were still fighting in the World War II (WWII), the deadliest war in the world history. One American soldier, deployed in Europe, wrote to his wife living in the US: We’re sorry to hear the news about Roosevelt’s death, but his death cannot shock us as thousands of humans are dying in front of us every moment.