With the snub being received by Pakistan Prime Minster Nawaz Sharif at the UN General Assembly for the recent attacks on the Uri Army Camp in India, things seem to be getting tougher for Pakistan. While previously it was for the terrorist attacks in India, the Balcohistan killings have worsened their case.
With the Baloch activists standing strong in the face of the torture by Pakistani Army, the voice seems to be getting louder by the day. Today, Khan of Kalat Amir Suleman Daud, the Baloch leader in exile also echoed his views on the same.
Suleman Daud said that Pakistan is a rogue terrorist state and it must be taken to task for its actions.
Suleman, the Baloch leader who lives in an exile in Cardiff added, ‘Not a day passes without Pakistan Army killing Balochs or burning their homes and property.’
While the Pakistan PM had tried to raise the Kashmir issue at UN, by also writing letter to the Unites States and UK, no reaction was generated with the biggies maintaining a stoic silence on the recent appalling attacks in India. However, Mark Toner the Deputy spokesperson for United States had earlier said that the US will continue to press Pakistan to act against terrorism.