QUETTA: Pak Sar-zameen Party’s (PSP) chairman Syed Mustafa Kamal has called upon the government and state institutions to pardon the angry people of Balochistan and hold talks with them for restoring peace in the province.
He also asked the angry youth to choose the path of peace for achieving their rights instead of taking up weapons.
Speaking at a public meeting on Friday on the fifth founding anniversary of the PSP at the Ayub Stadium, Mr Kamal said his party would end the sense of deprivation among the people of Balochistan and foil nefarious designs of hostile agencies and their supporters.
PSP president Anis Qaim Khani, senior vice chairman Ashfaq Mangi, Attaullah Kurd and other leaders also spoke on the occasion.
Expressing optimism that future belonged to none other than the PSP, Mr Kamal said his party was the only hope for resolution of problems the people of Balochistan were facing. He said that in the next five years, the PSP would emerge as the biggest political party of the country.
The PSP chairman said that India sent its agents like Kulbhushan Jadhav to Balochistan because there was a sense of deprivation among the people in the province due to various reasons. “The government must end the sense of deprivation prevailing among the people of Balochistan,” Mr Kamal said. “I advise the youth of Balochistan not to stand against the state by playing into the hands of enemies as India is neither yours, nor Pakistan’s friend.”
Published in Dawn, March 20th, 2021