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BALOCHISTAN: Leader demands hanging of Musharraf and rejects Package

JWP rejects Balochistan package,Demands hanging of Musharraf

Tahir Rashid



Rawalpindi—The President of Jamhoori Watan Party Nawab Talal Akbar Khan Bugti has rejected the Balochistan package announced by Federal Government saying “it is only mode to pay the ministers, MNAs and Senators while the real representatives of Baloch people are sitting outside the assemblies.”

He also demanded that Pervez Musharrraf should be hanged to death for murdering Nawab Akbar Bugti and hundreds innocent Balochis.

He was talking to the journalists at Benazir International Airport on his arrival from Quetta.

He said Pakistan People’s Party regime the continuity of Pervez Musharraf’s policies.

He said the military operation in Balochistan is still going on. And their property and assets, which were confiscated by President Musharraf in 2005, have not been yet released. President Zardari is telling lies and Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif declared him as IG of liars.

He said Balochs do not want Balochist…

BALOCHISTAN: The College under siege--Editorial

SOURCE: The Baloch Hal

http://thebalochhal.com/2010/02/editorial-the-college-under-siege/

“Four thousand security personnel have been deployed at Degree College for four months. They have damaged class rooms which caused suspension of education activities in College”.


The Baloch Students Organization (BSO-Azad) took out a mammoth protest rally in Quetta city on Tuesday to protest over the illegal occupation of the Government Degree College in Quetta by the Frontier Corps (FC). The protest rally, led by BSO Shal (Quetta) zone, Shahzaib Baloch, was attended by a large number of male and female students-cum-political activists. They started their march from Quetta Press Club and stopped in front of the Degree College on Sariab Road for a demonstration.
Of course, the protestors may have had their political agenda to implement while taking out such a grand protest rally in Quetta. However, the students had a point to make. The protest rally brought in public attention a neglected grave issue …