As Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump made a statement against terror after their bilateral meet on Tuesday, Baloch National movement activist Nabi Baloch has exposed atrocities committed by the Pakistan administration on the Baloch. Speaking to Republic TV, Nabi has said that Pakistan PM Imran Khan is a 'puppet' of the army. He added that Khan talking about justice in Kashmir is his hypocrisy. He said that the state of Pakistan is taking forward its project of terrorism in the name of Islam. "Why are they talking about Islam? This is not what Islamic culture teaches. They are spreading the agenda and project of terrorism in the name of Islam," he said.
Republic TV spoke to activists from Baloch National movement on Saturday at Houston. Exposing Pakistan's atrocities, Nabi Baksh Baloch from the Baloch National movement had said: "We have a request to the Prime Minister who has reached Houston. Our basic demand is to remove the hold of Pakistan on Balochistan, where human rights violation is being done. Cultural genocide, mass killings, and mass grabbing is occurring. We demand President Donald Trump and PM Modi to intervene. They are the world's top two leaders and we demand them to help us in the freedom of Balochistan. The CPEG project in Balochistan is a genocide project because Pakistan has never cared for Balochi people, only their land, property. Hence we are here and will be standing outside the venue with banners - Free Balochistan. We want free Balochistan from Pakistan."
Prime Minister Modi has met US President Donald Trump for bilateral talks in United Nations headquarters in New York on September 24. Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale and MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar in a press brief after the meet said that the focus of discussion was on the 'impact of terrorism' and the origin of terror. The US President added that both countries will have a trade deal soon. The Prime Minister also gifted a framed photograph of Trump and himself taken at the Howdy Modi event to the US president.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi began his US trip on September 22. He addressed a humongous 50,000 Indian Americans at the NRG Stadium in Houston for his mega Howdy, Modi event. In three days, he met the United States President twice, once at his Howdy Modi event and second for bilateral talks in New York on September 24. The Prime Minister on Monday took part in the UN Climate Summit and on Tuesday took part in a special program to celebrate the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. Taking part in a range of events, PM Modi in his six-day visit is looking forward to deepen the Indo-US ties and strengthen India's position on a global platform. On September 27, PM Modi will address the United Nations General Assembly.