RSS to launch 'No More Pakistan' campaign: 'No Pak no terror'

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First Published 12, Mar 2019, 3:57 PM IST
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The 'No Pakistan' movement will be launched across India so that awareness can be raised about the fact that Pakistan is a congeries of several nationalities and many of them have so far been forced to stay in that country, said an organiser of the campaign that is to be carried out under the aegis of RSS swayamsevak and patron of the Muslim Rashtriya Manch Indresh Kumar

New Delhi: The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) is going to launch a pan-India campaign to support and engender the freedom of self-determination of several nationalities that have hitherto been oppressed and exploited by the Pakistani State and the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI).

Senior RSS functionary and patron of the Muslim Rashtriya Manch (MRM) Indresh Kumar will launch the ‘No More Pakistan’ movement from Haryana Bhawan on March 14.

“The movement will be launched across India so that awareness can be raised about the fact that Pakistan is a congeries of several nationalities and many of them have so far been forced to stay with Pakistan. The chief instruments of Pakistan’s occupation of their lands and peoples are the army and the ISI,” said one of the organisers.  

The basic presumption inspiring the campaign is that Pakistan is a terrorist state and its disintegration would amount to the destruction of terrorism. “The disintegration of Pakistan in 1971 and the creation of Bangladesh have already discredited the two-nation theory. If likewise, Baluchistan and Sindh become independent countries, they can live in peace,” the organisers added.

MyNation had reported on several occasions also the fact that the Pashtuns, Balochs and Sindhis have been subjected to forced disappearances by the ISI and arbitrary police and military action.

The Pashtun Tahafuz Movement (Pashtun Protection Movement) was launched after several cases of extra-judicial killings of Pashtun leaders and social workers to claim human rights. They inhabit the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan regions of Pakistan.

Pakistan is torn apart by internal contradictions as the State apparatus has been dominated by a Punjabi aristocracy. The Sindhis of the country have been backing India after the Indian Air Force strikes at Balakot terror camps. Their leadership had come out to support the Indian army in case of hostilities between the two countries. Shafi Buurfat had told MyNation how the community would not even help the Pakistani Army with a glass of water.

Mohajirs, or Muslims who went to Pakistan from India, have already been relegated to the position of second rate citizens in Pakistan.

Of all the Baluch people have led a relentless freedom movement against the Pakistani establishment and have organised themselves into an army to achieve their freedom.

These nationalities in distress have for long been soliciting Indian help in voicing their concerns at the international forums.

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