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”Balochistan Issue will not resolve by CPEC or Dams” Akhtar Mengal

on November 29, 2018

Bolan Times ( QUETTA ) : Balochistan National Party Mengal  (BNP-M) president Sardar Akhtar Mengal on Wednesday 29th November said Balochistan issue will not resolve by China Pakistan Economic Corridor ( CPEC ) or Dams. 

Talking with media during visiting the Baloch missing persons Camp in Quetta BNP-M chief said “ The first Basic issue of Balochistan is Baloch missing persons , The CPEC and dams will not resolve the Balochistan issue.

“ If Government really want to resolve the Balochistan issue then all missing persons from any tribes , any areas , any Party or Organization must be released immediately if any one is involved or required in any crime or cases then Govt must present them in courts”.

“ If Government think Courts will not resolve the issue of missing persons then there is no needs of Big tall  buildings for judiciary ” .

“ Media is banned , journalists are also banned to speak their opinions , almost all voices became shut down by force in Pakistan”

Mengal added that “ Federal Govt of Pakistan or Provincial Govt of Balochistan dont feel the pain of missing persons families , if they feel then this protest is slap on them “

Indicating ‘ Baloch Legend ‘ mama Qadeer Baloch , mengal said “ This octogenarian marched thousands kilometers from Quetta to Islamabad then Islamabad to Karachi but No one listened his cried”

In a reply regarding question that your Party also collation with PTI , Akthar Mengal said “ We became part of this Government for resolving the issues of Balochistan , Missing Persons Issue is our Top Priority issue in list , We have given one Year deadline to Government but it doesn’t mean we will be silence till one year whenever where ever we we get opportunity we will remind them about all issues in all forums “


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