Apparently after killing hundreds of Shias in last few months (Khanpur, Punjab, 15 January 2012, 34 killed; Parachinar, FATA, 17 Feb, 46 killed; 28 February, Kohistan, 20 killed), ISI-sponsored Jihadi-sectarian beasts (JuD-LeT and ASWJ-SSP) are directing their guns towards Baloch nationalists who are fighting for freedom from Punjabi-dominated Pakistan army and establishment.
The following news report suggests that the ISI-backed right wing thugs in Lahore termed Baloch nationalists and their leaders as Indian and USA agents and warned them to refrain from challenging the writ of Pakistan army. Not unlike sheep in wolf’s clothing, JuD-ASWJ terrorists claimed to love Balochistan while offering no condemnation of the ongoing genocide of the Balochs by Pakistan army and its various agencies and proxies.
Here’s the news report.
LAHORE: As the Difa-e-Pakistan Council (DPC) on Friday assured the Baloch of its support, its leaders raised an accusing finger towards India and America for being part of a conspiracy to destabilise Balochistan.
The leaders, including Jamaatud Dawa (JuD) head Hafiz Muhammad Saeed, were addressing a rally Yakjehti-e-Balochistan Karwan, organised by the banned outfit, at the DPC’s call.
The speakers addressed a gathering of 1,000 protesters, mostly from the JuD, who walked from Markaz Qudsia, Chauburji to the Lahore Press Club.
Hafiz Saeed termed the separatist movement in Balochistan “a conspiracy hatched by India and America for their selfish interests. [But] we are with the Baloch and want that they be given their rights. We will fight for them,” he said.
Maulana Shamasur Rehman also assured the Baloch of “Punjab’s support”. Mian Qadeer of AML, said the Balochistan issue would be resolved in no time if the party came into power.
Hafiz Abdul Ghaffar Ropari warned the PPP-led government against creating a 1971-like situation, a reference to the break up of Pakistan. He demanded that the government fulfill the demands of the Baloch, adding that they would fight for rights of people in Balochistan.
Amirul Azeem described all talk about separation as “Indian conspiracy”. Although injustices have been committed and various military operations launched, he said, no Baloch wanted to break away from Pakistan.
Tahir Ashrafi, while demanding that the Baloch be given their rights, said that Brahamdagh Bugti and Harbiyar would be welcomed if they returned as Pakistanis. “But if they act like Indian or US pawns they will be treated like enemies,” he added.
Among other speakers were: Ahle Sunnat Waljamat (formerly Sipah-i-Sahaba) Punjab president Maulana Shamsur Rehman, Jamat-i-Islami leader Ameerul Azeem, JD information secretary Hafiz Masood, Jamaat Ahle Hadith’s Hafiz Abdul Ghaffar Ropari, Jamiat Mushaikh Ahle Sunnat president Pir Saifullah Khalid, Awami Muslim (AML) League Lahore president Mian Qadeer and Pakistan Ulema Council head Hafiz Tahir Mahmood Ashrafi.
Source: Express Tribune