New Delhi, Aug 19: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has a message from a student in Balochistan. Karima Baloch, the chairperson of the Baloch Student Organisation in a video message says that we will fight our war, you be our voice. The video was posted on the Youtube channel of activist Tarek Fatah on Raksha Bandhan.
Karima says at the end of the video in Gujarati that the entire community in Balochistan would be grateful to Modi if he stood by them.
While asking Modi to be a brother, Karima also requests in the video that India must engage the world in a dialogue about the human rights violations in Balochistan.
Following the Independence Day speech made by Modi, there has been a fresh lease of life among the activists in Balochistan. Modi had said in his speech that he is thankful for the gratitude shown to him by the people of Balochistan after he had raised their concerns.
Pakistan had however, criticised Modi's Baloch statement. Pakistan says that the Prime Minister violated a United Nations Charter by referring to Balochistan.