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Baloch activist Karima Baloch wishes PM Narendra Modi on Rakhsha Bandhan, says "Baloch women consider you as brother" – Watch

Prime Minister Narendra Modi had supported "freedom" for Balochistan and Pakistan-occupied Kashmir in his Independence Day speech on Monday.


Baloch activist Karima Baloch wishes PM Narendra Modi on Rakhsha Bandhan, says "Baloch women consider you as brother" – Watch
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New Delhi: Karima Baloch, the Baloch Students Organisation chairperson, on Friday addressed Prime Minister Narendra Modi as her brother and urged him to be the voice of Baloch genocide, war crimes, and human rights violation at international forums.

Taking to Twitter, Karima shared a video of hers on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan in which she said: “On this day I have come to you and would like to say that we consider you as our brother. And we expect that you become the voice of Baloch genocide, war crimes in Balochistan, human rights violation in international forums and become the voice of those sisters whose brothers are missing.”

Here is the video she tweeted:

Prime Minister Narendra Modi had supported "freedom" for Balochistan and Pakistan-occupied Kashmir in his Independence Day speech on Monday.

 

In a first for any Prime Minister in an August 15 address, Modi referred to human rights abuses in these areas.

"The world is watching. People of Balochistan, Gilgit, Baltistan and occupied Kashmir have thanked me a lot in the past few days. I am grateful to them," Modi said, referring to his comments last week on excesses in Pakistan's largest province and in the part of Kashmir it holds.

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