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Announcing enforcement of emergency in education and health departments in Balochistan is deceiving of Baloch people

Announcing enforcement of emergency in education and health departments in Balochistan is deceiving of Baloch people: BSO Azad

Baloch Students organization Azad (BSO-A) Central Spokesperson said that announcing emergency in education and health departments by the government which came into existence with the support of the military powers is another deception with the Baloch people.

In Balochistan, for the betterment in education department, one such emergency was enforced in the tenure of Dr. Malik government, but in the shelter of educational emergency, educational institutions were converted into military cantonments, incidents of raids in educational institutions and disappearance of students increased, ban was imposed over books, thousands of books were seized from libraries and book stalls, attempts were made to destroy research and creative talents of students and so-called projects of the military institutions have been in the process of completion.

Spokesperson said that the government of National Party (NP) tried to ban knowledge and consciousness in educational institutions of Balochistan by announcing education emergency and then enforcing military martial law in educational institutions of Balochistan. Drug peddlers were provided power and attempts were made to rust the talents of Baloch youth, and NP remained directly involved in Baloch genocide with Pakistani military, and today the same elements which have been organized in the form of Balochistan Awami Party (BAP) are trying to further accelerate the process of Baloch genocide.

In the end of the statement, the spokesperson said that the absence of teaching staffs and lack of provision of fundamental facilities in the schools and colleges of Balochistan exposes the worst condition of educational system, and now announcement of emergency in education and health departments by the government which is the representative of military powers’ is the indication of the point that the military involvement which is already present will be increased irresistibly.


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