My Dear Friends

Today, we have gathered here, to record our protest and raise our voice against the atrocities of theocratic Pakistani state against the oppressed Sindhi, Baloch, Pashtun and other nation chained in its imperialist occupational framework. We are here, once again, to draw the attention of the entire international community and civilized nations towards the grave human rights violations, abrogation of international laws by the vicious theocratic state of Pakistan. Continue reading

Speech

Statment read in a demonstration at Frankfort Germany

Gallery
Speech

Addressing conference on the impact of China-Pakistan agreements on the future of the region

Ladies and Gentlemen!

Today we have gathered here to exchange our views on a very crucial issue that is “The impact of Pak-China Agreements & the future of the region.”

To understand the future of the region, it is essential to understand the Pakistan & China first, which will help us to understand the essence of the change in the region.  To understand the geopolitical situation of South Asia in the perspective of the post-colonial political framework of Indian subcontinent let us understand the Pakistan first.

Background:

Pakistan never existed in the region before the year 1947:  Nowhere on the globe throughout history. By the end of 2nd World War, the world was divided into two blocs the Socialist bloc dominated by Russia & the Western capitalist bloc.

As the aftermaths of World War Two, the weakened & exhausted British colonial rule in South Asia, at its dusk, created a major rift in its subjugated nations by liberating Afghanistan, Nepal, Baluchistan and Bhutan but dividing various other nations of Indian subcontinent into two distinct countries, those are the Indian Union and Pakistani Dominion based on religious differences. This partition on the religious basis was a death warrant for historic natural nations of South Asia like Sindhi, Bengali, Baloch, Pashtun, Kashmiri, Balawaristani and Saraiki.

Thus, Pakistan was created to serve the British’s post-colonial, politico-economic, strategic military interests in the Indian Ocean.

Continue reading

Standard