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Chaman Protesters Warn of Further Actions in Pakistan

Following the Pakistani forces' attack on a demonstration in Chaman, protesters have now warned that they will destroy the barbed wire along the Durand Line.

The protesters have warned of broader actions in case the Pakistani government does not comply with their demands.

They have accused the Pakistani government of violating all international norms and weakening the economy of the Chaman residents.

Abdul Halim, a member of the central committee of the Awami National Party Pashtunkhwa, said: "A joint decision and a declaration will be issued regarding the barbed wire along the Durand Line. This struggle and battle is ongoing."

Abdul Wali, in charge of the Chaman protest movement, said: "We have always said that we do not accept identity cards and birth certificates. We move without identification cards."

Other members of the Chaman protest movement have called on the international community to end their silence regarding what the Pakistani government is doing to the protesters.

Abdul Sadiq Achakzai, the spokesperson for the Chaman protest movement, said: "The world must raise its voice with us against this injustice and cooperate with us."

According to members of the protest movement, some officials from political parties have also joined them in recent days, and their actions will become more widespread in the near future.

The protest movement in Chaman formed after passports and visas became mandatory for traveling through the Spin Boldak crossing between Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Chaman Protesters Warn of Further Actions in Pakistan

The protesters have warned of broader actions in case the Pakistani government does not comply with their demands.

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Following the Pakistani forces' attack on a demonstration in Chaman, protesters have now warned that they will destroy the barbed wire along the Durand Line.

The protesters have warned of broader actions in case the Pakistani government does not comply with their demands.

They have accused the Pakistani government of violating all international norms and weakening the economy of the Chaman residents.

Abdul Halim, a member of the central committee of the Awami National Party Pashtunkhwa, said: "A joint decision and a declaration will be issued regarding the barbed wire along the Durand Line. This struggle and battle is ongoing."

Abdul Wali, in charge of the Chaman protest movement, said: "We have always said that we do not accept identity cards and birth certificates. We move without identification cards."

Other members of the Chaman protest movement have called on the international community to end their silence regarding what the Pakistani government is doing to the protesters.

Abdul Sadiq Achakzai, the spokesperson for the Chaman protest movement, said: "The world must raise its voice with us against this injustice and cooperate with us."

According to members of the protest movement, some officials from political parties have also joined them in recent days, and their actions will become more widespread in the near future.

The protest movement in Chaman formed after passports and visas became mandatory for traveling through the Spin Boldak crossing between Afghanistan and Pakistan.

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