Pro-independence Baloch leader Akhtar Nadeem Baloch said that the Pakistani media is trying to hide the ugly face of Pakistan Army by misrepresenting the Dannuk incident. He explained that Pakistani TV channel ARY and several other state-controlled media channels are broadcasting a picture of 4-year old Bramsh Baloch saying that the girl was killed in alleged domestic violence in Rawalpindi.
Akhtar Nadeem Balcoh in his statement said that it’s not difficult to gauge that the Pakistani state and Pak Army are afraid of the historic protests across Baloch nation on the martyrdom of Bibi Malik Naz, and the assassination attempt of innocent little girl Bramsh Baloch. “Despite all their tactics the Pakistani state and the Pakistan Army have failed to suppress the protests. Now they are trying to misrepresent the incident through their controlled media,” said Akhtar Nadeem Baloch.
He further explained that Pakistan’s state controlled media was trying to distort the facts only because pictures of Death Squad thugs with Pakistani parliamentary leaders and their military officers have been circulating in the media, and these photographs are evidence that all the Death Sqaud culprits involved in the Dannuk incident were on the payrolls of the Pakistan Army. “Therefore, the Pakistani media is engaged in an attempt to clear the Pakistan Army of its heinous acts,” said Akhtar Nadeem Baloch.
Historic protests against the Dannuk incident across occupied Balochistan has instilled a fear with the Pakistani establishment. “That is why the Pakistani soldiers accompanied by Pakistani TV channel reporters tried to hijack the public protest in Buleda by entering the procession and threatening them. People were intimidated and harassed but the Baloch nation is aware of the real killers.”
Akhtar Nadeem urged Balochistan and other oppressed nations that they should unite against the naked aggression of the occupying Pakistan Army and expose the bullying of this army in front of the world. “Martyr Malik Naz has given a new dimension to resistance and her martyrdom has shown that a gun is not always necessary to resist the oppressor, but an unarmed person can also destroy the oppressor with passive resistance.”