Second part of the interview deals with:
Naela Quadri Baloch continues to explain Pakistani governments involvement in Balochistan, in a conversation with Pradip Bhandari and Akriti Bhatia of Jan Ki Baat. Women are raped, children are tortured and murdered routinely in Balochistan. Baloch blames the Pakistani army, a group of dacoits and thugs in uniform, for these crimes. She also observes that most of the members of Pakistans civil society have a stake in Pakistans army, feudal structure and diplomacy, thus, refuse to problematize their cordial relations. There are a few citizens that openly support the Balochistanian mission but these are rare instances.
Sabeen Mahmud, a Karachi-based activist and human rights advocate, was shot dead, when her organization hosted a discussion, Unsilencing Balochistan, to show solidarity with the Baloch cause. Baloch calls Mahmud a martyr for her relentless support.
Balochistan has a massive landscape and very little population, Quadri Baloch says, and has its own infrastructural problems but this does not serve as a justification for Pakistans occupation of that land. She holds that Balochistan remain a nationstate that was answerable to and comprised of the Baloch people. Pakistans lack of democratic functioning has only increased the sufferings of its neighbours.