Baloch woman accuses Pakistan of genocide, posts heart-wrenching pics of Army's brutality in Balochistan
Banuk Shirin Baloch, claiming to a be a Baloch woman, has exposed Pakistan's atrocities in Balochistan.
New Delhi: Banuk Shirin Baloch, claiming to a be a Baloch woman, has now exposed atrocities being committed by the Pakistani regime and its Army in Balochistan.
Slamming Pakistan for the atrocities committed by the forces on Baloch locals, Banuk Shirin appealed to the United Nations and Human Rights Watch to put pressure on Islamabad.
While terming Pakistan's brutality as 'genocide', she claimed that Army abducts Baloch children men and women and later their dead bodies are found in some deserted area.
“Save the world from Pakistan because it is dangerous for world,” Banuk Shirin tweeted.
Shirin also tweeted some heart-rending pictures of Pakistan Army's brutal killings.
The Baloch woman activist urged the international community to expose the terrorist state Pakistan.
Ever since Prime Minister Narendra Modi called for action against Pakistan for its atrocities against the locals in Balochistan, many voices have come forward and spoken against Islamabad.
Pakistan's illegal occupation of Balochistan has gained international attention after PM Modi mentioned about the struggle of Balochi people during his Independence Day speech from the ramparts of Red Fort on August 15.
In his Independence Day address PM Modi hit out at Pakistan for "glorifying" terrorists.
PM Modi in came out openly in support of "freedom" for Balochistan and "Pakistan-occupied Kashmir."
Notably, the Baloch National Movement (BNM) has said that Beijing is supporting Pakistan in the mass killing of the Balochi people courtesy the China Pakistan Corridor Project (CPEC).
Earlier, Balochistan's representative at UNHRC accused Pakistan of committing war crimes against Baloch people and urged the international community to penalise Islamabad for its alleged human rights violations in the Baloch and Sindh regions.
— Banuk Shirin Baloch (@Shirin_Baluch) December 12, 2016
— Banuk Shirin Baloch (@Shirin_Baluch) December 13, 2016
— Banuk Shirin Baloch (@Shirin_Baluch) July 27, 2016