Exiled Baloch leader hits out at Pakistan; says Pak killing our women and children

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| Friday, September 23, 2016 - 17:33
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Khan of Kalat, Amir Suleman Daud, Balochistan, Pakistan, China

Exiled Baloch leader Khan of Kalat Amir Suleman Daud on Friday hit out at Pakistan for conducting military operations in

New Delhi: Exiled Baloch leader Khan of Kalat Amir Suleman Daud on Friday hit out at Pakistan for conducting military operations in Balochistan. 
 
"Pak is conducting military ops in Balochistan. They're doing it in Sindh, Karachi & bordering areas," he said. 
 
Amir also added that Pakistan was responsible for killing women and children in the region. 
 
"People are missing,houses are being burnt. Women,children are being killed.What is all this?" he asked. 
 
Khan further said that China too was involved in disputed territories and it was important for it to come into picture so that problems of Baloch people are highlighted. 
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China is behind the proxy war

China is behind the proxy war of Pakistan. CHINA is instigating Pakistan to infiltrate terrorists in India so that Indian army is preoccupied in terrorist activity and maximum casualty on Indian security forces are inflicted with help of terrorists. But most of the countries of the world are very careful with expansionist and nefarious activity of China resulted in the complete ban on Chinese goods all over the world which will a lesson for China. Indian people has already decided to boycott Chinese goods totally. This will bring China to toes of India. But Indians must strictly adhere to the boycott of Chinese goods for safety and security of a country. Indian govt should also simultaneously impose the restriction on the flow of Chinese goods since the quality of goods are extremely poor.

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