Uri attack to sabotage support for Baloch people by India, says Dilshad Baloch

| Updated: Aug 23, 2017 11:20 IST

New Delhi [India], Sept. 18 (ANI): Terming the terror attack in Uri, Jammu and Kashmir, where 17 soldiers were killed as "pre-planned targeted attack" on the Indian Army by Pakistan, Dilshad Baloch, a Baloch activist on Sunday said the move is to sabotage the support for Balochistan by India and what they are trying to portray on the world stage. "This is a pre-planned targeted attack on the Indian Army just to sabotage the support for the Baloch people and what India is trying to portray on the world stage. The real face of Pakistan of how they are involved in terrorist activities, example Pakistan has proven today that how terrorist organizations living inside, nourishing inside Pakistan by the help of Pakistan army are attacking neighbours," Baloch told ANI. Baloch pointed out that Pakistan's stance has been to attack anyone who says anything against them. "Pakistan is attacking Indian forces and Baloch people because whenever Baloch people try to say anything against them, they will use guns and bombs and same is the language for India, Afghanistan and any other country around the world," he added. Talking about the terror strike on an army camp close to the headquarters of the 12th Brigade at Uri in Baramulla district earlier today, he said that terror is the state policy of Pakistan. All four terrorists were killed in what has emerged as worse than the attack on the Pathankot air base earlier in January this year, in which seven army men were killed. (ANI)