T20 World Cup: Baloch was stunned by Pakistan’s defeat, dancing and singing continued throughout the night

T20 World Cup: After the defeat in the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup, where there is an atmosphere of despair in the whole of Pakistan, there is also a part of this country, where there was a lot of celebration on this defeat last night. This is the Balochistan area of ​​Pakistan, where people gathered and were just waiting for Australia’s victory in the match.

As soon as Wade hit a six off the last ball of the 19th over, people jumped here. Dancing and singing continued on the streets till late in the night. These videos of last night are now creating a sensation on the internet. Among the most shared videos is a video of a university hostel in Balochistan. In this video, the students gathered after the match are seen enjoying the defeat of Pakistan. In the video, students are also seen chanting ‘Ganpati Bappa ki Jai’.

Hakim Baloch, President of the Baloch National Movement in the UK Zone, has also shared such a video on Twitter. With this video of Baloch dancing and singing, Hakim Baloch has posted a lot of smiley by writing ‘Itni Khushi’. Pakistani-born Canadian journalist Tariq Fateh has also shared this video of Hakim.

Another video is also being shared the most on social media. In this video, dozens of people are watching the match sitting in front of a TV and they jump as soon as Australia wins the match.

Baloch has been demanding independence from Pakistan for a long time.
The people of Balochistan have been demanding independence since the time Pakistan came into existence. It is a large area of ​​Pakistan, whose capital is Quetta. The people of Balochistan are also running a movement for independence from Pakistan under the name Baloch National Movement. In order to suppress the movement, the Pakistan Army keeps on tyrannizing the Baloch people every day.

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