It is foreign funded terrorist movement mostly driven by the terrorist camps in Afghanistan. Most of the Baloch tribes or there leaders are part of the govt an those who aren't are planning to take part in the coming elections.It just seems that there is a very old and very strong movement for Independence being fought actively on soil that your state controls, but people that it does not.
It is a few nut heads. I know many Kashmiris who don't call them Indians. You aren't going to give freedom to occupied Kashmir just because of them.It seems that these people do not see themselves as Pakistani. Or Afghan. Or Iranian.
As I say a few nut heads. Pakistani or Irani govt isn't going to compromise on the sovereignty of their territory just because of them.They see themselves as only Baloch, and they are fighting for a nation of their own.
This fortunately decreases further there chances of getting a free Baluchistan. They can't even force one country to liberate even an inch of land let alone three countries. Just a pipe dream.A state which includes parts of Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Iran.
Good for them but still they aren't going to get what they want. Thing in this planet earth don't work in that manner.And they have a very strong and voluble lobby in western countries, pushing for helpand recognition.
Doesn't change the fact that it is disputed territory.Our insurgency is almost dead
Present insurgency started around 2004. Things were very much peaceful before that. Stop exaggeratingA far cry from what has been happening in Balochistan for near 7 decades now.
things just because you are typical Indian on internet who hates Pakistan.
Lol at your exaggerations.This is on open source all over the net and in international news.
Your post is full of propaganda. The level of Indian members posts is deteriorating very fast. I am feeling like I am talking to kids of kindergarten.What does that have to do with propaganda?
And Kashmir is next to us.The world is a very small place. And we are right next to you.
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Are the Hazaras a sub-part of the Baloch movement or are they a separate casualty?
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