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Pak understands 'surgical process', not peaceful protests: Naela Quadri Baloch

Updated: Oct 12, 2016 13:28 IST

New Delhi [India], Oct. 12 (ANI): World Baloch Women's Forum president and prominent Baloch nationalist leader Naela Quadri Baloch on Wednesday said that an incompetent Pakistan, which relies on China for support, understands the language of "surgical process" and not of peaceful protests.

Naela, who arrived in India on Tuesday, told ANI, "I don't think Pakistan would be convinced by peaceful protests. Pakistan needs surgical process because the group of Generals, who are ruling Pakistan, don't listen peaceful things. They don't believe in democracy, people's opinion and human rights."

"Pakistan's ears have still not opened. The Baloch nationals earlier staged a protest in front of the Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi asking Islamabad to quit its forces from Balochistan and stop genocide. They have established terror camps in PoK and Gilgit-Baltistan. Pakistan has been engaging in proxy war since the last 30-40 years. I wish this protest becomes successful and the atrocities are stopped in Balochistan," she said.

The Baloch national also urged the internal community and the United Nations to pay head to the protests carried out by the Balochistan Freedom Movement (BFM) activists and impose pressure on Pakistan to stop the atrocities in Balochistan.

She was also of the view that Islamabad cannot fight a war with New Delhi as it was incompetent to do so.

"Pakistan cannot fight a war with India as its Generals lead a lavish life by exploiting resources of people. They are leading a very luxurious life and hence, they cannot fight a war with India," she said.

"Leave India alone, Pakistan cannot fight a war with Balochistan. They have to call China and other countries for their support. If Pakistan and Balochistan are left alone to fight, Balochistan can free itself in one single day," she added.

Naela further said that Pakistan Army cannot stand before Balochistan.

"Wherever you see either in PoK, Gilgit-Baltistan and other areas, Pakistan has called in the Chinese Army for help. Pakistani leaders like Nawaz Sharif and (General) Raheel Sharif are good at acting. If the financial support which they have been receiving from the other countries stops, Pakistan would not be able to even feed its soldiers for a single day," she said. (ANI)