London: Free Balochistan Movement against Pakistan's nuclear weapons

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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The Free Balochistan Movement (UK Chapter) has announced plans to hold a protest outside the official residence of the UK Prime Minister at 10 Downing Street in London on 28 May.

The demonstration coincides with the anniversary of Pakistan's nuclear tests conducted in the Chaghai region of Balochistan in 1998. The Free Balochistan Movement wishes to draw attention to the long-term negative impacts of these tests on the region's residents and its wildlife.

Pakistan's nuclear tests in Balochistan have had deep and lasting consequences, adversely affecting both the population and the environment. The Free Balochistan Movement aims to highlight these effects and advocate for the removal and destruction of Pakistan's nuclear weapons from Balochistan.

A representative of the Free Balochistan Movement said, “Year after year the people of Balochistan have to bear the brunt of Pakistan's nuclear ambitions.”

“Now is the time for the international community to recognize and address the injustice inflicted on the Baloch people and the environment,” he said.

The protest, held outside 10 Downing Street, is a call to action, urging policymakers to prioritize the security and well-being of Balochistan and the world through the removal and destruction of Pakistan's nuclear arsenal from the region .

The Free Balochistan Movement invites all concerned citizens and supporters to join their peaceful demonstration to raise awareness about the devastating effects of Pakistan's nuclear weapons on Balochistan and demand concrete steps towards disarmament.

The protest is expected to draw widespread attention to the current plight of Balochistan and the imperative need for nuclear disarmament in the region, echoing global efforts towards peace and security.

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