Baloch nationalist leader Naela Quadri Baloch has requested India to form an “Azad Balochistan government in exile.”
“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
Naela Quadri, who has arrived in India on October 11, thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi and External Affairs Minister Shushma Swaraj for raising their voices on the Baloch issue.
She said should give them space and office to establish the government in exile.
It must be noted that India has earlier denied visa to Naela Quadri Baloch to address a media gathering where she was to be the lead speaker. She wanted to visit India to spread awareness regarding alleged human rights abuse by the Pakistani military in Balochistan. “The Bloch Freedom Movement is going ahead successfully, the struggle is on, and we need your help,” she added.
She also said that Baloch issue is gaining momentum at the global level and many countries are coming out to support the Baloch issue internationally.
She also demanded the release of Baloch Students Organisation – Azad (BSO-Azad) spokesperson Shabir Baloch, who was “picked up” by Pakistani Security Forces during the Gwarkop military operation on October 4. “Before Shabir Baloch, Abdul Wahid Baloch (Baloch poet, writer and social activist) was picked up; and even before them 30,000 Baloch activists were picked up, and tortured-mutilated bodies of some of them were found recently. The picked-up Baloch leaders and activists should be freed at the earliest,” she said.