Rohrabacher Asks Radio Free Asia To Broadcast In Balochistan
US Congressman says Baloch people should be exposed to “accurate and objective” news.
WASHINGTON: US Congressman Dana Rohrabacher, who had recently introduced a controversial legislation and resolution on Balochistan, asked Radio Free Asia (RFA) to report on and broadcast in Balochistan to better equip them with the current news.
According to a press release issued by his office, Representative Rohrabacher wrote a letter to Radio Free Asia’s president, saying that the Baloch people would be “receptive to RFA broadcasts in their own language and the increased exposure to accurate and objective news would no doubt be to our and their great benefit.”
Rohrabacher, who is also Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee for Oversight and Investigations, told the RFA, “While the government and intelligence services in Pakistan act against the interests of the United States, I believe America can find common ground with the people of South Asia.”