Life in Balochistan Like Nazi Labour Camps: Activist Naela Qadri

Baloch activist Naela Qadri arrived in New Delhi with a view to set up a Baloch government-in-exile.

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A day after she arrived in New Delhi, Baloch writer and activist Naela Qadri Baloch on Wednesday said the situation in Balochistan was akin to concentration camps in Nazi Germany.


Reaching out to the international community, Qadri called for an UN probe into the alleged violation of human rights in Pakistan’s largest province. She also condemned Pakistan’s Armed forces, while accussing it of sponsoring terror outfits across Pakistan occupied Kashmir.

On Tuesday, Qadri arrived from Afghanistan with hopes of setting up a Baloch government-in-Exile. More activists from the troubled region have arrived in India, after Prime Minister Modi reached out to Baloch activists in his Independence day speech.

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