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OPBU pay tribute to Col Sohail Abid of Military Intelligence who embraced martyrdom during an operation to neutralize a high value terrorists who was involved in numerous terrorist activities including killing of more than 100 people from our Hazara community.

“We express our heartfelt condolences with the family and friends of Col Sohail Abid in this brutal terrorist attacks and pray for the speedy recovery of the wounded. We express our abiding solidarity with the Government and brave soldiers of our armed forces who dedicate their lives and efforts to bring peace and prosperity in our country and beyond,” the Overseas Pakistani Baloch Unity said in a statement.

“OPBU reiterates its unequivocal condemnation of terrorism in its all forms and manifestations and firmly supports Pak army to eradicate this menace from Pakistani Soil,” said the OPBU statement. And we strongly and unequivocal warn India and all those who feed terrorism in Pakistan that their heinous desires against Pakistan will fail and they will face humiliating defeat “In Sha Allah” .

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After Baloch, enemy is luring Pashtuns to harm Pakistan: Jumma Marri

By Muhammad Zafar

QUETTA: Our enemies are repeating the practice of luring Pashtuns as they did with Baloch nation, but their vicious ambitions would be wiped out through national unity, veteran Baloch tribal leader Jumma Marri said on Thursday.

Addressing a telephonic speech here on Thursday, Marri said that Brahamdagh Bugti and Harbiyar Marri had become the slaves of Indian Prime Minister Modi, using Baloch nation’s name for their terror mindset.

“Indian army uniform is behind the terrorism in Pakistan.” the tribal elder said, and added that the province future remained linked with Pakistan. Continue reading “After Baloch, enemy is luring Pashtuns to harm Pakistan: Jumma Marri”

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Baloch activist says RAW asked him to heckle Nawaz in 2015

WASHINGTON: A senior Baloch activist claimed on Tuesday that he heckled former prime minister Nawaz Sharif during his 2015 visit to Washington at the behest of Indian intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW).

Ahmer Mustikhan, foun­der of the American Friends of Balochistan (AFB) group, posted three online statements on Facebook on Tuesday after a district court in Maryland rejected an appeal to muzzle him.

AFB’s two Indian supporters — Soumya Chowd­hury and Krishna Gudipati — had filed the appeal, asking the judge to stop Mr Mustikhan from publicly sharing the internal affairs of the group. The court agreed with the Baloch activist’s plea that the US constitution guaranteed his freedom of expression. Continue reading “Baloch activist says RAW asked him to heckle Nawaz in 2015”