News about Pakistan's atrocities in Balochistan, its incitement for J&K riots and its fears in Afghanistan
Baloch activists protest outside Chinese Embassy in London
Baloch residents from Leipzig, Germany had earlier drawn attention of the international fraternity towards the atrocities of Pakistan in Balochistan by the means of several protests. Barely a few hours after this, Baloch activists in London carried out similar protests in front of the Chinese embassy there. Several protesters even demanded separation of ‘Sindu Desh’ from Pakistan.
Baloch leaders raised slogans against ‘China Pakistan Economic corrider’ project, which is currently in progress.Some protestors also displayed photographs of the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s photographs and raised slogans in India’s favor. The protesters urged Prime Minister Modi to raise the Balochistan issue in the international Platform in future as well.
Those inciting kids to violence in Kashmir will be made answerable: Prime Minister Narendra Modi
New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed a firm resolve that ‘Unity’ and ‘Affection’ would be a solution to the problem of violence in Kashmir. Prime Minister expressed profound grief on the incidents of violence in Kashmir while speaking from the All India Radio (AIR), on the program ‘Man Ki Baat’. The Prime Minster expressed regret saying that any life lost in the violence in Kashmir is ultimately a loss for the nation. However the Prime minister gave serious warning to the separatists that those who are using kids for violence will be answerable to those kids for that.
Prime Minister Modi said that Kashmir has been grappling with violence for more than 50 days. Any loss of life of army personals or the Kashmiri youngsters in this violence is ultimately a loss to the nation. However in the time of distress all the political parties have put forward a unified stand which has sent out an appropriate message to the separatist group and to the world. At the same time, the feelings of the entire nation towards the citizens of Jammu and Kashmir have also been expressed.
Pakistan urges Afghanistan to not let India use its land against Pakistan
Islamabad,dt,25-Pakistan has urged Afghanistan to not permit India use its land against Pakistan. The spokesperson of Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry, Nafis Zakaria made this plea against the backdrop of increasing cooperation between India and Afghanistan.
On the 30th and 31st August, India and the US are holding important talks about India extending military cooperation to Afghanistan. Due to this, it is being seen as the natural reaction from Pakistan, who is worried about the developments.
For the past few months, tensions between Afghanistan and Pakistan are mounting. In the bordering areas of both the countries, incidents ranging from army clashes to conflicts between the citizens of both the countries, were noticed.