Shaal: The spokesperson of the Baloch National Movement said in his statement that they had no affiliation with the so-called government-in-exile of Naila Qadri and reject this ‘hoaxed government’.
“While forming any exile government, it is important to include all stakeholders ‘parties and organizations and there need to be a unanimous agreement among them. No individual or organization in its personal capacity, including BNM, has the right to announce the establishment of the government-in-exile of Balochistan and claim to be the ‘self-proclaimed Prime Minister.”
The spokesperson made clear the position of Baloch National Movement about this hoaxed situation while adding further, “Therefore, it is vital to make this clear to tell the Baloch nation and the world that this so-called government and its so-called prime minister do not have the confidence of BNM.”
He said that BNM’s always hold the position that the organizations associated with the freedom movement in Balochistan are the true heirs of the Baloch movement and all national level decisions should be made by mutual consent.
BNM spokesperson exerted, “Without the will of Baloch independence armed forces and peaceful organizations, any decision regarding the Baloch movement and the future of Balochistan will have no status among the Baloch people. Similarly, there is no principled, political and democratic standing of such so-called exile government.”
The spokesperson of BNM said that it was part of their party’s manifesto and our permanent policies that we would take all freedom-loving forces on board. That is why “we are in close contact” with the leadership of all political parties. In future if there would be in need of such a government and agreed on formation of an exile government that decision would not be of any individual, not of any organization but a joint decision which would also be announced from a common platform.
At the end of the statement, the spokesperson said, “We request our neighboring countries and sympathetic organizations that if they want to help the Baloch nation, they should not spend their resources and strength on ‘individuals’ but give importance to institutions and expect that the world will build relations with the real political representatives of the Baloch nation instead of artificial self-proclaimed leader.”