Pashtun Liberation Front leader Azad Khan has warned Pakistan of action following the Pulwama terror attack on CRPF convoy which happened on February 14. It carriedried out by Pakistan-backed Jaish-e-Mohammed.
The top Pashtun leader has released an audio warning to Pakistan PM Imran Khan saying that the blood of Pulwama martyrs and those from Baloch, Sindh and Pashtun will be avenged.
Here is what the audio message by the Pashtun leader says:
"I, Azad Khan, on behalf of the Pashtun Liberation Force condole the martyrdom of Indian soldiers in the pulwama attack. We sympathise with the families. I want to reassure our Indian brothers that blood of Indian soldiers and Aslam Baloch, (Baloch Liberation Army Commander) and sacrifice will be avenged. Today Pakistan Army Kandahar Camp will be sending home coffins.
We Pashtuns, Balochs and Sindhis have understood the game played by the Pakistanis. And now we will settle scores with them. Till we get an independent Pashtunistan, Balochistan and Sindhudesh, our fight will continue.
The attack on Pulwama is not on India, but us. Every Pashtun, Sindhi and Baloch believes so. And this fire will reach Rawalpindi. It will for sure.
Since last few days, they have been picking up Pashtun youths and killing them on the basis of suspicion. They have arrested the Pashtuns and Balochs in the army over suspicion and killed them. They (Pakistan) think nobody knows what they are doing. But we will make them pay. They will pay for every drop of blood. Our only message is that we are coming, and we will be the ones to kill you."
The pressure on Pakistan has been building since the dastardly terror attack in Kashmir. Pakistan has been condemned globally, with Russia and United States backing India in retaliation against the country.
On Saturday, Iran also accused Pakistan of creating terror in its region and warned of action against it.
"If Pakistan fails to punish them in the near future, Iran will do so based on international law and will retaliate against the terrorist," Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Commander, Mohammad Ali Jafari said.