The Government of Balochistan in Exile

Sunday, July 09, 2006

Baloch, Pashtun and Sindhi tribes must unite to end Punjabi hegemony and oppression


KALAT, Balochistan – One has to be blind, deaf or mentally challenged to ignore the fact that the miseries inflicted upon the ethnic Baloch, Pashtun, and Sindhi races in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan is caused by a single race – the Punjabi Muslim. Since the partition of India in 1947, the fascist “Punjabi Raj” has systematically oppressed the minorities in Pakistan. The laws of the country are designed in such a way that it favors the Pakistani province of Punjab and its people at the expense of the minorities from other areas. Prior to 1971, this Punjabi centric policy even alienated the Bengalis of Bangladesh (former East Pakistan) who eventually seceded from Pakistan (West Pakistan).

To strengthen their hold on oppressed minorities, the Punjabis have turned the Pakistani armed forces into a country club for the Punjabi people and the loyalist minorities. However, it is rare to find any Balochi or Sindhi serving in the Pakistani military, but it is common to find a few loyalist Pashtuns from Pakhtunkhaw (officially known as the Northwest Frontier Province) serving the Punjabi Raj to illegally colonize parts of Afghanistan (Pakhtunkhaw and Northern Balochistan), Balochistan, Northern Areas (including Kashmir), and Sindh. In order to control any revolt by the minority races, the Punjabi Raj has convinced the minorities (predominantly Muslims) that the Punjabi people are their Muslim brethrens. In fact, the Punjabi Raj repeated the same rhetoric to the Muslims of Bangladesh before the Punjabi armed forces killed over 3 million Bengalis and raped more than 250,000 of their womenfolk.

It is a historical fact that the Baloch, Pashtuns, and Sindhis have coexisted with each other for centuries. They learned how to coupe and overcome any challenges, and were able to rule the region together in harmony. But, ever since the Punjabi Raj took control of the area, they have oppressed the minorities, and meddled into the internal affairs of Afghanistan and India resulting in chaos.

To further strengthen their grip on the region, the Punjabi Raj has developed a modern armed force, equipped its forces with nuclear arsenal, and aligned itself with Islamic terrorists. It destabilized Afghanistan to the brink of total annihilation, and engaged the Indian army in a perpetual Islamic insurgency in Kashmir. At the same time, the conniving Punjabi Raj was successful in convincing the western nations that Pakistan is an ally in the ‘War on Terror’, though it is now clearly evident that the Punjabi Raj is the real terror.

Government of Balochistan (GOB) in Exile extends an invitation to the Pashtun and Sindhi tribes to join the Baloch freedom struggle to liberate not only Balochistan, but also free Pakhtunkhaw and Sindh from the occupation of the Punjabi Raj. For the last 59 years, the behavior of the Punjabi Raj towards the minorities is a clear indication that the Punjabi race is the enemy of the Baloch, Pashtun and Sindhi races.

Mir Azaad Khan Baloch, general secretary of the newly formed GOB (Exile) announced today that the time has come for all the minority ethnic races in Punjabi-controlled Pakistan, especially the Baloch, the Pashtuns and the Sindhis, to unite and end the Punjabi hegemony in the region and cease their oppression of the minorities. He emphasized that the common enemy of Afghanistan, Balochistan, India, Pakhtunkhaw and Sindh is the Punjabi-controlled Pakistan. Therefore, he encouraged India and Afghanistan to financially, morally and militarily support the freedom struggle of the Baloch, Pashtuns and the Sindhis to end the Punjabi Raj.

Baloch News Bureau Report

Mir Azaad Khan Baloch
General Secretary
The Government of Balochistan in Exile


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