LAHORE (Staff Report) – Amid all the allegations on Pakistan for sponsoring terrorism in the neighbouring country, India has been badly exposed for trying to use the global war on terror as a pretext to crush oppressed people’s struggle for self-determination.

Not only the Indian atrocities in the Occupied Kashmir intensified since Narendra Modi assumed PM office in 2014, the Indian agencies are chiefly involved in financing terrorist activities in FATA, Balochistan and Karachi; not to mention the official protection given to the Baloch militant leaders.

After highlighting the alleged human rights violations in the Azad Kashmir, India is now preparing to take an aggressive position on Pakistan’s southern province, Balochistan.

Balochistan Liberation Organisation (BLO) confirms presence of its political representative in New Delhi

Indian position over Balochistan became public when Balochistan Liberation Organisation (BLO) representative Balaach Pardili addressed a gathering in New Delhi on October 4, reading out a statement from BLO’s exiled leader Nawabzada Hyrbyair Marri.

BLO, a militant rebel, has confirmed to the Indian daily, The Hindu, about the presence of its political representative in Delhi.


Pardili, who originally hails from Afghanistan, has been living in Delhi since 2009 and was recently contacted by Nawabzada Marri to represent him at public meetings.

The London-based Nawabzada Hyrbyair Marri is the leader of Free Balochistan Movement with a militant arm, Baloch Liberation Army (BLA), and BLO, the political wing. “I hope to facilitate Nawabzada Marri’s visit to Delhi in near future,” Pardili told The Hindu.

In a statement, Nawabzada Marri said: “We wish that India, the largest democracy, have a clear policy about Balochistan. If Pakistani officials can openly meet the Kashmiri leadership, why shouldn’t India do the same? The Red Cross does not have a hotline on Balochistan despite our repeated pleas. I want India’s help to start a crisis hotline with the Red Cross.”

Indian officials say both Azad Kashmir and Balochistan will be used more and more when India faces allegations from Pakistan over occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

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“This is an evolving policy. Remember, that taking up Kashmir and Balochistan is an old idea that hasn’t been worked upon within the government over the past few years,” a senior official said, referring to a proposal for highlighting alleged human rights violations in Pakistan during the previous NDA government under Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee.

Interestingly, National Security Adviser Ajit Doval, who is understood to have pushed the new line on Pakistan, was Director of the Intelligence Bureau (IB) in 2004.

The event of September 4, in which Mr Pardili featured as Nawabzada Marri’s representative, was organised by Bhagat Singh Kranti Sena which runs, an e-publication supporting Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of “broad-based prosperity” in India. Subsequently, the video of the event was tweeted by some Baloch militants.


Pardili says he feels safe in Delhi and has the support of a section of the BJP led by RSN Singh and Tejender Singh of Bhagat Singh Kranti Sena. Pardili is confident of “creating awareness on the oppression of the Baloch people in Pakistan”.

“Balochistan is divided among three countries, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iran. But the atrocities are taking place inside Pakistan which has conducted five military operations against the Baloch people and the last campaign that they began in 2004 has left 19,000 dead and many more displaced and missing. Pakistan also encourages the Taliban to torture the Baloch inside Afghanistan,” the Indian-backed militant blamed.

Pardili is also supposed to visit the prominent universities of India and spit his venom against Pakistan in his lectures.

However, the presence of Pardili in Indian capital and his allegiance to the BLO and FBM are expected to prompt a debate over a refugee’s right to indulge in separatist political activities from Indian soil. Anticipating that debate, Tejender Singh said that the Bhagat Singh Kranti Sena is determined to fight even a legal battle in case anyone in India challenges Pardili’s activism in India.

The extent of India’s turnaround on Balochistan can be explained by the fact that India has traditionally shied away from mentioning human rights violations in Balochistan while criticising Pakistan.

The mention of Balochistan in the Joint Statement from India-Pakistan meeting in Sharm El Sheikh in 2009 created a furore as the mention was interpreted as a surrender by India. In contrast, the public address by Pardili in Delhi underlines that India will henceforth speak freely about alleged human rights violations in Balochistan.

It also remains to be seen how the Government of India will deal with the presence of Baloch separatists on Indian soil.


Speaking to The Hindu, Secretary (East) Anil Wadhwa said that the Ministry of External Affairs is not involved with promoting Baloch activists inside India. “I can say that at least the Ministry of External Affairs is not directly promoting the Baloch representative in India,” he said.

Pakistan’s National Security Adviser Sartaj Azizhas recently handed over the dossier containing proofs of Indian involvement especially in FATA, Balochistan and Karachi to UN Secretary General.

Read more: Pakistan hands over dossiers of Indian interference to UN

Pakistan has also apprised foreign ministers of 15 countries of Indian aggression on the Line of Control and Working Boundary.