The battle of Azad Balochistan is now being fought in London. On Sunday, Baloch supporters outside London's Lord's Cricket Ground filed a poster and protested against Pakistan's 'tyranny' in Balochistan. When these posters were placed outside Cricket Ground, then the match was going on between Pakistan and South Africa. After the match ended, Pakistani supporters torn up the posters in support of Balochistan.
Last month an agitation was launched in Hannover, Germany for the Balochistan independence and it was named 'Free Balochistan Movement'. In this movement, Baloch supporters demanded a ban on Pakistan's nuclear weapons and a ban on nuclear tests conducted in Balochistan.
Baloch supporters have been accused that Pakistan occupied Balochistan on March 27, 1948, and since then the people of Baloch are suffering from atrocities. Baloch complains that the people of Balochistan are killing Pakistan and killing them. Many leaders of Balochistan have also urged India to help them get independence. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been appealed several times in this regard.