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Jirga vows to foil conspiracies against CPEC in Balochistan: report

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QUETTA: A tribal peace jirga held in Mastung on Wednesday resolved not to let conspiracies impact China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and development activities in Balochistan, reported a local English daily.

The jirga also decided that they won’t let self-exiled Baloch leaders misguide the Baloch youth just to serve their own interests.

Th jirga was organised by the Muhibban Tehreek Nazarya-i-Pakistan, and was addressed by Deputy Chairman of the Senate Maulana Abdul Ghafoor Haideri, Provincial Minister Mir Ghulam Dastagir Badini, MNA Mir Usman Badini, PPP leader Ali Madad Jattak, Prince Agha Omer Ahmedzai, Maulana Muhammad Ashfaq, Sardar Abdul Sattar Shar and other tribal elders.

The speakers were of the view that a lot of sacrifices were made by the people of Balochistan for peace in the area. They said that they were sending out a message for everyone who wanted to continue disturbances in Balochistan on the “directions of their masters in India and Afghanistan.”

The speakers also said that the situation in Balochistan has changed tremendously and the people of Balochistan are now on one page

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