Free Balochistan Movement activists stage protests in different countries to mark Balochistan Occupation Day
"Halfway into its first term, his government had promised to raise our plight at the international level. While in practical terms this did not translate into any significant change in India's approach to the Baloch issue, Pakistan used the stray statements issued by India to demonise our seven-decades-old struggle for independence as an India-sponsored movement," Naela said.
"We would also like to appeal to India and other countries to support Baloch organisations working to educate our children and to promote Baloch language, things that we can only dream of within Pakistan-occupied Balochistan where the garrison state is actively destroying our culture, our language and the education, i.e., the future of our children," she stated.
"We do not expect anything more from India or for that matter any other country in the world," Naela further said, adding, "Our struggle for independence will, however, continue irrespective of whether the international community fulfils its minimal moral responsibility toward our people.
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