In yet another embarrassment for Pakistan Prime Minister, Baloch National movement leader and activist Nabi Baloch exposed Imran Khan over the atrocities of Pak army on citizens of Balochistan. Speaking to Republic TV in New York, Nabi Baloch called Imran Khan a 'puppet', adding that he has played no significant role in the welfare of the citizens of Balochistan. He further slammed Imran Khan saying that every Muslim country has disowned him in his fight for Kashmir.
"Imran Khan is a puppet. Following Imran Khan was made the Prime Minister, he has played no significant role. Only the army has played the role. We are talking about our freedom. We are demanding our rights. If you really care about Muslims, then first look into your own country. Don't use the Muslim Card to do atrocities in Balochistan. Every Muslim country has disowned them. They have understood their tactics," Nabi Baksh Baloch said speaking to Republic.
Earlier, activists from Baloch National movement and Jeay Sindh Mutahida Muhaz spoken to Republic TV on Saturday at Houston ahead of Howdy Modi event, exposing Pakistan's atrocities against minorities. Baloch National movement leader Nabi Baloch had said that Pakistan does not care for Balochis and continues to do genocide of the community. He went on to request PM Modi and US President Donald Trump for their help to 'Free Balochistan'. Representatives of Sindhi, Baloch and Pashto groups also gathered outside NRG Stadium on Sunday to draw the attention of PM Modi and US President Trump to their protest against atrocities against Balochistan.
Notably, Pakistan PM Imran Khan’s repeated voice against Article 370 and situation in Jammu and Kashmir has not found support from majority countries in the Islamic world. The Organisation for Islamic Cooperation (OIC) had snubbed Pakistan over its action against scrapping of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir. Countries like the UAE and Saudi Arabia have also not agreed to Pakistan's stand even as Imran Khan made several attempts to convey his message to them. In a major rebuff, the UAE openly backed India's abrogation of Article 370 which gave special status to J&K, calling it an "internal matter of India".