By Sourabh Mishra

Another jolt to Pakistan, European Union may impose economic and political sanctions on Pakistan, if the terrorist nation fails to stop human rights violation in Balochistan as said by Mr. Ryszard Czarnecki. On Friday during his participation in a silent vigil to pay homage to Baloch people killed by Pakistani military, Baloch Republican Party (BRP) chief Brahamdagh Bugti had said that it is time for the international community to take notice of the situation in Balochistan and bring justice to Balochs.

European Parliament vice president Ryszard Czarnecki who was also present at the same ceremony where the protesters condemned Pakistan for the ongoing atrocities and paid homage to those who lost their lives, added that it is not the time for words, but for actions. Human rights violation in Balochistan was a concern raised by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in UN during his speech. Mr. Narendra Modi tried to support the voice of Baloch people against Human rights violation in Balochistan.

European Parliament vice president Ryszard Czarnecki said, “We have bilateral economic and political relations with Pakistan and if it will not change its state policy towards Balochistan, then we would change our attitude towards Islamabad and towards the government of Pakistan.”

He also said what India has been saying to the world for last several years, “Pakistan has two faces. It is the open face to us and the other is the brutal face towards Balochistan.”

He also added that all the 28 members of the European Union should react against Pakistan’s brutal operations and policies towards the Balochistan.

Ryszard Czarnecki also acknowledged the fact that the whole world knows but never speaks, “The problem is that the government in Islamabad practically doesn’t control the situation and now is the time to accept and react to this situation. The people in Balochistan must feel our solidarity.”

Now that European Union has warned Pakistan in such strong words, the pressure on Pakistan has increased even more to take any action to stop atrocities on Balochistan. Not only Balochistan, but all the neighboring countries are perturbed and hostile to Pakistan because of its support to terrorism and Islamic extremists.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been trying for a long time to bring the world on one platform against Pakistan’s hostile nature towards humanity and extreme love for terrorists and war.

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