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Balochistan, the largest province in Pakistan, has been ravaged by militancy for more than six decades.  Even as the secessionists demand complete freedom from Pakistan, India has been accused by its neighbour of fomenting terrorism in the country.  A Baloch Militant in Delhi is a thrilling account of a ‘secret’ meeting between the author and a militant in the heart of the Balochistan, the largest province in Pakistan, has been ravaged by militancy for more than six decades.  Even as the secessionists demand complete freedom from Pakistan, India has been accused by its neighbour of fomenting terrorism in the country.  A Baloch Militant in Delhi is a thrilling account of a ‘secret’ meeting between the author and a militant in the heart of the Indian capital. Even as the Baloch speaks about freedom, hate, personal tragedies, militancy, and loss, in the end, all he yearns for is peace, and a home in the mountains.


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Balochistan, the largest province in Pakistan, has been ravaged by militancy for more than six decades.  Even as the secessionists demand complete freedom from Pakistan, India has been accused by its neighbour of fomenting terrorism in the country.  A Baloch Militant in Delhi is a thrilling account of a ‘secret’ meeting between the author and a militant in the heart of the Balochistan, the largest province in Pakistan, has been ravaged by militancy for more than six decades.  Even as the secessionists demand complete freedom from Pakistan, India has been accused by its neighbour of fomenting terrorism in the country.  A Baloch Militant in Delhi is a thrilling account of a ‘secret’ meeting between the author and a militant in the heart of the Indian capital. Even as the Baloch speaks about freedom, hate, personal tragedies, militancy, and loss, in the end, all he yearns for is peace, and a home in the mountains.

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Ashish

    Excellent book for short reading Crisp and precise book on the Baloch issue. It includes various well researched citations and first hand experiences of the author in Delhi.

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