After Geneva and London, anti-Pakistan ads appear in New York

The Baloch anti-state movement is patronised by India


News Desk December 21, 2017
PHOTO COURTESY: ANI

After Geneva and London, controversial anti-Pakistan advertisements have appeared on yellow taxicabs in New York.

“The New York campaign has kicked-off with more than 100 taxis carrying adverts with the slogan, ‘#Free Balochistan from human rights abuses by Pakistan’,” India's ANI news agency quoted a Baloch separatist group as announcing on Wednesday.

This is an obvious reference to the anti-state movement launched by Baloch insurgents patronised by India.

Pakistan had strongly condemned and protested against similar campaigns in the United Kingdom and Switzerland.

PHOTO COURTESY: ANI

The Foreign Office had termed the anti-Pakistan advertisements a direct attack on the country’s territorial integrity and sovereignty.

In a major breakthrough to Pakistani authorities in September, Ghazain Marri, a brother of Hyrbyair Marri and slain BLA militant Balach Marri, ended his 18-year self-exile and surrendered to security agencies in Quetta.

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Iqbal | 3 years ago | Reply Mr Trump is trying to make America Great Again.. What is wrong with this?
Manzoor Ahmed | 3 years ago | Reply If you cant beat them join them. We should also take out such billboards like Free Khalistan, Free Naxalites, Free Kashmir , Free Tamils and all minority mass murders being done by Indians.
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