Pakistanis Are Really Offended By These Baloch Separatist Slogans Being Advertised In Major Cities Around The World

By Ather Ahmed | 22 Dec, 2017

Just a month ago, a campaign that called for the “liberation” of Balochistan was being carried out across London and Geneva.

Anti-Pakistani slogans that called for the Independence of Balochistan were seen printed on double-decker buses and cabs traveling across London. In Geneva, Switzerland similar incidents reportedly took place.

The ads were subsequently removed after the Foreign Office complained to the British government.

Source: @HafsaBaloch Via Twitter

Pakistani government appreciated the cooperation by the authorities in the United Kingdom. The campaign was being led by World Baloch Organization that carries an anti-Pakistan stance.


It now appears that the campaign has made its way to New York City

Source: @LateefJoharBaloch Via Twitter

“The New York campaign has kicked-off with more than 100 taxis carrying adverts with the slogan, ‘#Free Balochistan from human rights abuses by Pakistan’,” India’s ANI news agency quoted a Baloch separatist group.


A lot of Pakistanis were offended by this and believed it to be a part of Indian agenda against Pakistan


There were even some who actually agreed with the ads


What do you guys think about this campaign? Share your views about these ads in the comments below.

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Cover image via: @HafsaBaloch / Twitter

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