Followers of Baloch activist Ahmar Mustikhan felt bemused after reading his tweets last week. Here’s the reason behind his anger.

Ahmar Mustikhan is a Baloch activist who lives in the United States and often supports Indian’s causes.  He writes for several Indian publications and participates in television debates as well. The Baloch activist recently interacted with us and shared his displeasure about the way some Indian bureaucrats work. He pointed out that Prime Minister Modi had criticized Pakistan for atrocities committed on people from Baloch region. Support and assistance were assured several times. Even Baloch Republican Party leader Brahamdagh Bugti is struggling to get Indian citizenship. However, officials from home department are indulging in corruption and are wasting Indian taxpayers’ money on unnecessary activities. The funds meant to support Baloch can be used for helping activists like Farzana Majeed who need help. The same money can be wisely spent on diplomatic efforts.

Mustikhan also stressed on the point that Baloch activists who are willing to live in India are not getting any help in spite of assurances.  Surprisingly, the Baloch activist has claimed that even he is not able to get a tourist visa to visit India.

“I did not hesitate to heckle former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in Washington. While the world was silent in Kulbhushan Jadhav matter, I organized protests outside Pakistan embassy in Washington to highlight their atrocities. India is my Motherland, Bharat is in my heart, and no one can take it away from me. However, I cannot remain a mute spectator when I can see how some officials from RAW are wasting Indian taxpayers’ money. Funds meant to help Baloch are going into the wrong hands. Certain higher officials from home department are siphoning off forty percent of whatever they spend in the name of helping Baloch movement. It is sad to see that many of my twitter followers are abusing me and un-following me as I am speaking the truth about corruption in the Indian system,” said Mustikhan, while interacting with The Article’s reporter.

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