Pak army evicting Pashtun refugees, kidnapping girls to set up terror camps: report

14 January 2017

Pakistan is trying to evict the Pashtuns from SWAT and Waziristan area and kidnapped girls from the area to use as sex slaves while trying to push in terrorists to set up camps in the residential area, reports quoting a Pashtun activist has said.

According to the ANI report, which quoted Pashtun activist Umar Khattak, Pakistani army has destroyed several houses and kidnapped many girls from SWAT and Waziristan area to kept them as sex slaves in Lahore.

Besides destroying houses, looting markets, the Pakistani forces also raped women, the report quoted the activist as saying..

''According to UNHCR about five lakh people from the area have fled to Afghanistan to escape atrocities of Pakistan Army,'' Umar Khattak said.

Making a serious charge against the Pakistani establishment, the Pashtun activist claimed that Islamabad wants to use the area for terror camps, hence wants to evict the refugees.

The Pashtun people are forming a Pashtunistan liberation army to launch an armed struggle against the Pakistani establishment, the activist further said.

He appealed to the international community to help the Pashtuns in their struggle.

Pakistan can use nuclear weapons against us, it is a 'nuclear black market' selling such weapons to rogue nations, the activist said.

The Pashtun are Pakistan's third largest ethnic group which has suffered the most from the Pakistani Taliban's seven-year onslaught against government forces and civilians.

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