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  1. BRICS Summit 2016 Goa: Baloch activist hails PM Narendra Modi’s speech, says there is no difference between Pakistan and Taliban

BRICS Summit 2016 Goa: Baloch activist hails PM Narendra Modi’s speech, says there is no difference between Pakistan and Taliban

Alleging that there is no "difference between Pakistan and Taliban", Naela said, "we should fight them together".

By: | New Delhi | Updated: October 16, 2016 1:06 PM
Alleging that there is no "difference between Pakistan and Taliban", Naela said, "we should fight them together"(Express photo) Alleging that there is no “difference between Pakistan and Taliban”, Naela said, “we should fight them together”(Express photo)

Prime Minister Narendra Modi once again humiliated Pakistan at an international forum. This time the occasion was BRICS summit 2016 in Goa. The hard-hitting speech– “mother-ship of terror is a country in India’s neighborhood”– has received a thumbs up from Baloch freedom movement leader Naela Quadri Baloch. Naela, who has been vociferous against Pakistan’s atrocities in Balochistan, said PM Modi’s speech at BRICS leaders restricted meet was an “important” one. Alleging that there is no “difference between Pakistan and Taliban”, Naela said, “we should fight them together”. In a a no-holds-barred attack on Pakistan, she said, “It is a traitor who takes money from Europe, the US on pretext of fighting against terrorism and instead nurtures terrorism.” She also exhorted that “World needs to understand this and if even someone funds Pakistan, then they must be held accountable”.

Earlier, Naela said, “Don’t think peaceful protests are held to convince Pakistan. Pakistan won’t be convinced, it needs surgical process.” She also announced her decision to approach India for setting up a government-in-exile. However, exiled Baloch leader Brahamdagh Bugti had rejected this.

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