Balochs residing in India to stage protest in front of Pakistan Embassy

The Indian nationals having roots in Balochistan plan to stage a protest in front of the Pakistan Embassy in New Delhi against the atrocities on the people in that country.

Published: 14th September 2016 07:41 PM  |   Last Updated: 14th September 2016 07:41 PM   |  A+A-

By ANI

BAGHPAT: The Indian nationals having roots in Balochistan plan to stage a protest in front of the Pakistan Embassy in New Delhi against the atrocities on the people in that country.

The decision came after Baloch leader Mazdak Dilshad and his wife Nayla paid a visit to the Balochpura village in Uttar Pradesh’s Baghpat district and asked them to support the Balochistan freedom movement.

“We had a word with the people, who came from Balochistan. They told us that they need assistance against the injustice taking place in Balochistan. We will try to support them as much as we can,” said Irfan, a resident of Balochpura village.

The couple’s visit to the village was not disclosed as they maintained distance from the media. However, reports suggest that they met the villagers and the people of Shehzad Roy Shodh Sansthan during their visit.

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