Skip to main content

BNP-M rejects constitutional package

By: Bari Baloch | Published: April 02, 2010

http://www.nation.com.pk/pakistan-news-newspaper-daily-english-online/Politics/02-Apr-2010/BNPM-rejects-constitutional-package

QUETTA - The Balochistan National Party (BNP-Mengal) while terming Constitutional Reforms Package as ‘April fool’ has appealed to Baloch people to unite among their ranks and files to defeat establishment and usurpers.
Talking to newsmen here on Thursday, BNP Acting President Dr. Janzaib Jamaldini regretted that no change had come in the mindset of Islamabad and so-called democratic rulers of Punjab even after lapse of six decades.
‘It is another joke with the people of Balochistan, because we are not struggling for some privileges or little alms’, he said and ,added, that neither PPP nor PML-N was serious to address the grievances of Baloch people.
He said that the main target of both parties in Constitutional package was to abolish 58(2)b and remove ban on becoming Prime Minister for third time while it had nothing to do with ongoing exploitation of small units.
BNP leader said that they had pinned no hope with Constitutional Reforms Package that it would end the alleged excesses with oppressed nations nor it would heal the wounds of Baloch people.
‘BNP is struggling for complete control of Baloch on their own coast and resources’, he said.
Referring to abolishment of concurrent list, BNP leader said that it had lost its importance for the last 35 years and now it was just a tissue paper. ‘Abolishment of concurrent list can not be the alternate of solution of problems of different nationalities’, he added.
He said that hundreds of Balochs did not sacrifice their lives for packages or some privileges.
Referring to renaming NWFP, Jamaldini said that BNP had already recognised NWFP as Pakhtoonkhwa and consensus on name of ‘Khyber-Pashtoonkhwa’ by ANP leaders and other parties was either result of any pressure or a part of any deal.
Responding to a question, he said that BNP was not struggling for provincial autonomy and those nationalists who believed in provincial autonomy should re-read their manifesto otherwise Baloch would not pardon them.
He said that military drive and alleged atrocities of security forces were still continuing in Balochistan and these would not stop until and unless Baloch demonstrate unity against them.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Balochistan Advocacy : Japan-Baloch alliance

Muneer Mengal in Japan.

Balochistan to establish first medical university

https://www.dawn.com/news/1366135

The Newspaper's Staff CorrespondentOctober 25, 2017QUETTA: The provincial cabinet on Tuesday approved the draft for establishing a medical university in Balochistan.Health minister Mir Rehmat Saleh Baloch made the announcement while speaking at a press conference after a cabinet meeting.“The cabinet has approved the draft of the medical university which would be presented in the current session of the Balochistan Assembly,” he said, adding with the assembly’s approval the Bolan Medical College would be converted into a medical university.Published in Dawn, October 25th, 2017

5 Shia Hazara community members gunned down in Pakistan

http://m.hindustantimes.com/world-news/5-shia-hazara-community-members-gunned-down-in-pakistan/story-CHWR4lYByRHzf2KjHjMloI.html



Five members of the minority Shia Hazara community, including two women, were killed on Sunday in an attack by unidentified gunmen in Pakistan’s restive Balochistan province.This is not the first time that members of the Hazara community have been targeted in Quetta and other parts of Balochistan.(Reuters File Photo)Updated: Sep 11, 2017 00:20 ISTBy Press Trust of India, Press Trust of India, KarachiFive members of the minority Shia Hazara community, including two women, were killed on Sunday in an attack by unidentified gunmen in Pakistan’s restive Balochistan province.The gunmen targeted a car in Kuchluck area of Quetta while it was coming from the Chaman border crossing area, police said.The firing took place when the travellers had stopped at a filling station to refuel their vehicle. Five people of the Shia Hazara community, including two women, died in …