Pakistan holding hundreds of Pashtun girls as sex slaves: Umar Khattak

NEW DELHI: A Pashtun activist, in a startling revelation, today alleged that Nawaz Sharif-led Pakistan government is using Pashtun women as sex slaves to fund terror camps in the area.

Umar Daud Khattak, a Pashtun activist based in Afghanistan, claimed that Pakistani Army has destroyed several houses and kidnapped hundreds of Pashtun girls from Swat and Waziristan area to be used as sex slaves in Lahore.

"Pakistan has misled Pashtuns enough, now we won't be fooled anymore. We are forming a Pashtunistan liberation army aiming for an armed struggle against Pakistan," Khattak told ANI. "The Pashtunistan liberation army will put an end to terror," Khattak said while appealing international community to help the Pashtuns in the movement. He also claimed that about five lakh people from the area have fled to Afghanistan to escape atrocities of Pakistan Army The Pashtun are Pakistan's third largest ethnic group which has suffered the most from the Pakistani Taliban's seven-year onslaught against government forces and civilians.