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Hope in Baloch Resistance

Zameen Zaag

(Current Balochistan)

Every one is well aware of the great Baloch nationalist leader, Dr Allah Nizar. He is indeed the symbol of "hope" today for his entire nation. Dr Allah Nizar is the hope that mothers and sisters rely upon and the light in the darkness that guides the Baloch youth.

He is the son of Nabi Bukhsh Baloch and was born on 2nd October, 1968 in the Mehi Area of District Mashkay in Awaran. He completed his early education in his hometown of Mehi and after completing his matriculation in 1986 there, he went to Kech in Turbat to seek higher education. In 1987, he set foot in the medical field at the Atta Shad Degree College and passed his F.Sc (pre-medical) in 1989 thereby.

There is no denying the fact that he was an exemplary student with well-sorted goals in life. Owing to his hard work in 1992, he secured a medical seat in Bolan Medical College at Quetta whereby he even earned a gold medal in Gynecology there in 1999.

Dr Allah Nizar Baloch has always been staunch towards his objectives in life and it was during his student years when he realized how deprived and backwardness of Balochistan and its people really are. As he witnessed the immense poverty, cruelty and discrimination inflicted upon and against the Baloch, he grew up a sense of resentment against the tyrant . He was now well awared of the oppression that was embedded in the very nucleus of the Pakistani establishment against the Baloch people.

He wanted to prevent Baloch students from the systematic suppression that was targeted towards them. He had joined Baloch Students Organization (BSO) in 1989 when he was at Atta Shad College serving as the unit secretary there. In Quetta, he started a new struggle bringing reform to BSO, letting the organization gain an identity of its own. Prior to that reform, BSO was merely a pocket organization and was divided in more than three groups. Fortunately, his association with students gained strength day by day. It was a preferable situation for him.

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