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Pakistan used chemical weapons on locals after PM Modi's Independence-day speech, claims Baloch leader

Baloch Activists And Leaders Have Made Some Shocking Allegations Against Pakistan Army, Saying Chemical Weapons Were Used On Locals In Balochistan On August 15.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Bindiya Bhatt | Updated on: 29 Aug 2016, 10:10:46 PM

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Baloch activists and leaders have made some shocking allegations against Pakistan Army, saying chemical weapons were used on locals in Balochistan on August 15. Baloch leader Naila Qadri has told News Nation that after Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s made reference to human rights abuse in the restive province in his Independence Day speech, the Pakistani Army used chemical weapons on residents in Balochistan to vent their anger.

Pakistan, it seems, is taking revenge from its own citizen as it is apparently rattled by PM Modi mentioned Balochistan in his speech.
After the reports about Pakistan army using chemical weapons on locals emerged, News Nation spoke to Naila Qadri, who said:

"Nothing new about it. What Pakistani army has been doing with us ever since Prime Minister Narendra Modi mentioned Balochistan in his speech is not hidden. After Modiji’s spoke in our support, Pakistan retorted to murdering scores of Baloch people every day. The use of chemical weapons is also not new. They did it on August 15 too."

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"They used chemical weapons in Makran, where mutilated bodies of Baluch people were found. They are kidnapping our kids and selling their organs. They are abducting our women and raping them," she added.

“They conducted nuclear test with China in Balochistan following which it didn't receive rains for 6 years and faced worst drought,” she said.

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First Published : 29 Aug 2016, 10:07:00 PM

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