July 14, 2006

Baloch diaspora condemn Mumbai train blast

While Mumbai is lymping back to normalcy and condolences are comming from various quarters around the world . Baloch community , one of the few well wishers of India in South Asia , maintain brotherly relation with Indian community has strongly condemned Mumbai bombing , in a touching statement Dr.Wahid Baloch of BSO-NA ( Baloch Socieity of North America) said " Baloch people stand by their Indian brothers and sisters and extend their full support and help to assist the Government of India and the bereaved families to overcome this disaster".

Baloch are concerned about the role played by ISI and Pakistani Millitary in the south Asian peace and security , as they have experienced kidnapping , murder of Baloch activists in their home land . "We offer heartfelt condolences and sympathies to the people of India, and the bereaved families at this hour of national grief," Said Dr. Wahid Baloch, President Of Baloch Society of North America (BSO-NA) said .

General Secretary of the newly formed Government of Balochistan (GOB) in Exile, Mir Azaad Khan Baloch, on Tuesday sent his condolences to India’s Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh over the devastation wrought by terrorist attacks in Mumbai.

GOB (Exile) condemned the Pakistani spy agency, Inter-services Intelligence (ISI) for the terrorist attacks in India, an ally of Balochistan in its “Baloch War of Independence”. Baloch offered to cooperate with the Indian authorities to capture the suspected terrorists.


In a message to Prime Minister he said " The Government of Balochistan (In Exile) and the Baloch people extend our heartfelt condolences and sympathies to your Excellency, to the people of India, and the bereaved families at this hour of national grief. We are confident that your Government and the people of India will bear this tragedy with fortitude. " He warned Indians about Pakistan's Motives for destablizing India " Pakistan's motive for committing this crime against humanity is evident – to destablize India" .

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