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Achakzai: Pakistani Government Intends to Suppress Pashtuns

Mahmood Khan Achakzai, head of the Pashtunkhwa Milli Awami Party, says that the Pakistani government intends to suppress the Pashtuns in the country.

During a speech at the Chaman Movement protestors' meeting, he added that Pakistan is challenging the work and lives of Pashtuns, including those in Chaman.

Achakzai stated that this behavior of Pakistan will not yield any beneficial results.

The leader of the Pashtunkhwa Milli Awami Party said, "This Chaman does not belong to the Achakzais, Noorzais, or so-and-so. Now, this issue has reached all parties in Pakistan, especially some Pashtun parties, which do not leave the Pashtuns in peace."

Achakzai also condemned the recent attacks by Pakistani forces on the Chaman Movement protestors. He stated that they will never accept visas and passports for movement at the Spin Boldak-Chaman crossing.

Mahmood Khan Achakzai, the leader of the Pashtunkhwa Milli Awami Party, said, "This is a line, and on the other side of the line is my cousin. Here is Noorzai, there is Noorzai, here is Achakzai, and there is also Achakzai. I do not go to my own land with a passport."

Mohammad Wali, the organizer of the Chaman protest, said: "Our people have been martyred at this gate."

Nine months ago, in response to the requirement of visas and passports at the Spin Boldak-Chaman crossing, the residents of Chaman started protesting, which continues to this day.

Achakzai: Pakistani Government Intends to Suppress Pashtuns

Achakzai stated that this behavior of Pakistan will not yield any beneficial results.

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Mahmood Khan Achakzai, head of the Pashtunkhwa Milli Awami Party, says that the Pakistani government intends to suppress the Pashtuns in the country.

During a speech at the Chaman Movement protestors' meeting, he added that Pakistan is challenging the work and lives of Pashtuns, including those in Chaman.

Achakzai stated that this behavior of Pakistan will not yield any beneficial results.

The leader of the Pashtunkhwa Milli Awami Party said, "This Chaman does not belong to the Achakzais, Noorzais, or so-and-so. Now, this issue has reached all parties in Pakistan, especially some Pashtun parties, which do not leave the Pashtuns in peace."

Achakzai also condemned the recent attacks by Pakistani forces on the Chaman Movement protestors. He stated that they will never accept visas and passports for movement at the Spin Boldak-Chaman crossing.

Mahmood Khan Achakzai, the leader of the Pashtunkhwa Milli Awami Party, said, "This is a line, and on the other side of the line is my cousin. Here is Noorzai, there is Noorzai, here is Achakzai, and there is also Achakzai. I do not go to my own land with a passport."

Mohammad Wali, the organizer of the Chaman protest, said: "Our people have been martyred at this gate."

Nine months ago, in response to the requirement of visas and passports at the Spin Boldak-Chaman crossing, the residents of Chaman started protesting, which continues to this day.

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