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Genocide is the only option in Balochistan – Pakistani Minister declares.

Genocide is the only option in Balochistan – Pakistani Minister declares.

November 20, 2017

A Pakistani minister in Balochistan, who is de-jure head of security apparatus in the region, has declared that genocide is the only option to resolve security crisis in Balochistan.

Home Office Minister, Sarfaraz Bugti, made the shocking comments on Sunday while talking to tribal elders in Pakistan House in Dera Bugti.

Mr. Bugti’s statement, released through news agency INP, was published late on Sunday in many mainstream Pakistani daily newspapers including Nawa-i-waqt Lahore, Daily Azadi, and Daily Jasarat.

Mostly such statements are released by the press teams of the ministers and politicians to news agencies themselves.

According to details, The Pakistani minister told tribal elders and other delegations that Baloch armed groups have challenged the writ of state and have compromised the security conditions. To establish long-lasting peace in the region for a prosperous Pakistan, the only option is to commit a full-scale genocide against the dissidents.

He claimed that the government has already succeeded in clearing many areas in Balochistan, however, a long-lasting solution has to be sought.

http://thebalochistanpost.com/2017/11/genocide-option-balochistan-pakistani-minister-declares/

Genocide is already going on in Balochistan. Nothing new. The only difference is it has been intensified in every way possible by the occupying forces.

روشن مستقبل کیلئے دہشتگردوں کی نسل کشی سے بھی گریز نہیں کریں گے ، سرفراز بگٹی

ڈیرہ بگٹی: صوبائی وزیر داخلہ میر سرفراز بگٹی نے کہاہے کہ دہشت گردی کاخاتمہ کئے بغیربلوچستان کی ترقی وخوشحالی ممکن نہیں ہے ۔

دہشتگردوں نے نہتے پاکستانی اورسیکورٹی اداروں کونشانہ بناکرہماری ایمانی غیرت کوچیلنج کیاہے

اب آنے والوں نسلوں کومحفوظ بنانے اورپاکستان کی مستقبل کوروشن کرنے کیلئے دہشتگردوں کی نسل کشی کے علاوہ کوئی اورراستہ نہیں بہت جلددہشگردوں سے پاکستان کوپاک کرکے دم لیں گے ۔

ان خیالات کااظہار انہوں نے اتوارکوپاکستان ہاؤس میں قبائلی عمائدین اورمختلف وفودسے ملاقات کے موقع پر گفتگو کرتے ہوئے کیا۔

انہوں نے کہاکہ موجودہ صوبائی حکومت نے دہشتگردی کے خلاف بہت ساری کامیابیاں بھی حاصل کی ہیں جبکہ ماضی میں بلوچستان کے کافی علاقے نوگوایریازتھے ۔

اب صوبہ بھرمیں کوئی نوگوایریانہیں ہے اوربچے ہوئے دہشتگردوں کوانکے بلوں سے نکال کرخاتمہ کرلینگے

علاوہ ازیں انہوں نے قبائلی عمائدین اورآئے ہوئے علاقائی مختلف وفودکے مسائل بھی سنے اورحل کرنے کے فوری متعلقہ آفیسران کوسختی سے پابندکیاکہ عوامی مسائل کے حل میں پس پیش قابل قبول نہیں ۔

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