Balochistan celeberates India’s victory against Pakistan

published on April 4, 2011

KHUZDAR, Occupied Balochistan: Baloch people in many towns and cities across Occupied Balochistan celebrated the victory of India over Pakistan in the world cup semifinals in Mohali Wednesday.A traditional dhol cha’ap or music and dance was spontaneously organized in Khuzdar, which is regarded as the political and cultural center of Balochistan, according to Bramsh news. Vociferous slogans were chanted against Pakistan, the report said.

A second cultural town, Sibi also presented the look of a festive city and firing in the air continued till late in the night. Such firing is common pratice to express public joy in many parts of southwest Asia.

Jubiliant crowds also took to the streets in the coastal Balochistan cities of Turbat and Panjgur.

The rulers in Islamabad appear to have abdicated their stranglehold over Balochistan by committing crimes against humanity against the local Baloch population. Since July last year, as many as 130 political and civil rights activists were forcibly disappeared, tortured and subsequently killed execution-style by the Pakistani occupation forces that include the Frontier Corps, Military Intelligence and infamous Inter-Services Intelligence.

According to Imtiaz Baloch, a leader of the premier Baloch Human Rights Council of Canada, the mother of a young Baloch, who was killed and dumped by the Pakistani security forces, smiled for the first time in six months when she was informed that India had won the cricket semi-final.

Armin Baloch, who is from Balochistan, declared “Millions of congrats to India and the Indian cricket team for their victory against Pakistan (the country who have terrorised millions of innocent and is responsible of genocide of Balochs, Afghans, Kashmiris and Bengalis). We the Baloch people warmly congrat India for their victory against tyrant terrorist state.”

Owaisy Jan Baloch commented, “They deserve it. This is the time to be more confident and learn something from the victory of our close friend, India.”

There was relief even among secualr Pakistanis, tired by the religious fundamentalism of their compatriots that is promoted at state level. Tarek Fatah, who friends call the “Sage of Toronto”, declared, “The better team India won, and we were all saved from the spectacle of 11 Pakistanis prostrating themselves on the pitch and then chanting Allah-o-Akbar to thank God when God was cheering for the other side.”

Armin Baloch added, “India has won the battle of peace, secularism and sense of humanity against the fanatics. Today’s day is dedicated to India, there is no one on this planet more happy then we Baloch people. Jay Hind [Long Live India].”

Pakistanis in the Punjab, stronghold of Pakistan army, wanted India to be defeated.

To this day Pakistan army generals think they will be able to turn back the clock of history and rule over India like in the past when Muslim invaders slaughtered 80 million Hindus and became the rulers in New Delhi for many centuries.

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