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"Prof. Dashtiyari’s blood will not go in vain, it will not be wasted. It will give us more spirit, more energy and life. We were working 12-hours a day for our freedom; we will now work 24-hours a day. He gave his life, his efforts and his blood to the Baloch freedom movement. The Baloch nation will remember his sacrifice.When anyone wants to wipeout a nation the genocide starts with the intelligentsia. And, they are doing this at a massive scale. You know doctors, lawyers and professors have been abducted and are missing. Their mutilated bodies are found on roads and in the mountains. They throw them down from helicopters so that no one can recognize them."


"The things they do in their life – the scholars and the intellectuals – they have a great impact on the minds of the Baloch youth. The Baloch struggle will continue, and will gain momentum."


Let's look at this objectively. The people who want to destroy Pakistan the most are not the Pakistanis. It's the US Govcorp complex. Balochistan has been a source of tension for decades. Is it a coincidence that now the US has used up Pakistan the unrest is rising? The answer is no.

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