Thursday, September 8, 2016

Pakistani Army in Deep Shock Over Baloch Threat of War Crime Court Suits in International Tribunal

Baloch Woman seeking justice 
When Baloch leader in exile Brahumdagh Bugti threatened Pakistan Army Chief General Raheel Sharif and his predecessors General Ashfaq Pervez Kayani and General Pervez Musharraf to sue them in international courts for crimes against humanity and ruthless genocide of Baloch people in Balochistan, no one took him seriously. But his threat is not paying off, at least signals from Gulf Countries suggests so.
Immediately after Brahumdag Bugti's warning, at least 11 top ranking retired and serving Pakistani Army officers has started calling their friends and embassies in Gulf Countries to get reliable legal aid, in case, such war crime suits really gets filed in international courts, revealed top Pakistani diplomat in Saudi Arabia.
Majority of these 11 Pakistani Army officers had direct or indirect involvement in tortures, custodial deaths, abduction and rapes in occupied Balochistan. And everyone knows well, that in case of such court cases, they must have to face consequences like Serbian political and military leaders like Slobodan Milosevic, Radovan Karadzic and Ratko Mladic, which are prosecuted, put on trial and sentenced to very high quantum of punishments for their war crimes in Serbia and Croatia.
Nawab Brahumdag Bugti
Pakistani Military establishment is in deep shock after Baloch activists open threat of possible war crime cases, as the whole military apparatus in Rawalpindi is deeply involved in most heinous war crimes in Balochistan. moreover, the threat is not hollow, as scores of Baloch websites are flooded with real time data of Pakistani Armed forces and paramilitary force's brutalities and shameful acts against Baloch people in occupied Balochistan.
Majority of these guilty Pakistani Army officers has made up their mind to turn approver in international court, as it will reduce possibility of spending whole life behind the bar.
General Raheel Sharif
As international political scenario is changing fast and Pakistan has lost its strategic relevance with rapid rise of India on international horizon, there is high possibility that, once court cases gets really filed in War Crime Tribunal, no one except China can save guilty Pakistani officers from being prosecuted.
Let's hope Baloch will get due justice from War Crime Tribunal.

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