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Sept 22, 2016: More than 20,000 people, which include political activists, lawyers, engineers, doctors etc., are missing from Balochistan. Thousands of mutilated bodies have been found in Balochistan. Baloch activist Nabi Baksh made the remarks at a protest in front of the United Nations headquarters being held by Balochis and Sindhis.

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Nabi Baksh considers Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to be a mere puppet in the hands of the army and the country lacks democratic government.
Nabi Baksh said,”We don’t expect anything from Nawaz Sharif, he is a mere puppet, and the army is ruling the country. They do not have a democratic government in Pakistan,”
Nabi, reacted to the reports on Sharif’s telephonic conversation with Pakistan’s Army Chief General Raheel Sharif said, “It was like General Raheel was telling Sharif that listen you have to read this paper there. So, what can we expect from him?”


On Tuesday, Baloch Republican Party chief Brahamdagh Bugti spoke on the current scenario saying, there is a war like situation in Balochistan, and human rights violations are rampant due to heavy presence of military forces in the region.
“In Balochistan, it is a war like situation. There is a huge presence of military and Frontier Corps (FC) in areas like Quetta. And they pick up people for slightest of political activity,” Bugti told ANI.

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He further added that the people of Balochistan have tried long enough to be a part of Pakistan but they have always been exploited.
“When we were forcibly merged with Pakistan we tried to stay with it and be given equal rights but whenever we talked about our rights, military operations were conducted and our people were killed. This is the fifth military operation and is being done since ten years. Our language is different, culture is different, code of life is different so there is no point that we stay with them forcibly,” Bugti said.

– by NewsGram with inputs from ANI


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