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Balochistan govt asks doctors to resume duties after agreeing to resolve issues Pakistan Web Desk April 08, 2020 Provincial spokesperson says that the government had accepted all rightful demands put forward by YDA PPI QUETTA: Balochistan government spokesperson Liaquat Shahwani on Wednesday urged doctors and paramedical staff to resume duties after both parties reached an agreement under which the Young Doctors Association (YDA) had decided to end their protest against the provincial government. While talking to media, Shahwani said that the government had accepted all rightful demands put forward by YDA, which include provision of medical kits to about 90% of the doctors. “We now request doctors to leave police stations and resume their duties,” he added. Read more:   Police arrest protesting doctors and medical staff in Quetta Earlier on Monday, YDA had announced a boycott of their services in hospitals across Balochistan after Quetta police baton-charged doctors for protesting near the CM House. One-hundred and fifty doctors were arrested for protesting

Uzair Baloch reappears

  Note : No  mention of Jadhav. The Jadhav-Uzair case was a sham from the beginning. Uzair might be a criminal and should be tried for that, but the fact remains that he was used to build a case against India (Jadhav) and now he may be used against domestic opponents. Dawn , EditorialUpdated April 08, 2020 AS mysteriously as he had been spirited away by the security forces in 2017 — after an equally intriguing arrest the year before — Uzair Jan Baloch, chief of the banned Pakistan Aman Committee, has  resurfaced . On Monday, the once feared kingpin of the Lyari gang war in Karachi was produced in an anti-terrorism court in Karachi by jail authorities after the army’s V Corps, headquartered in the city, handed him over to them. Uzair Baloch, according to the police, is the prime suspect in a rival gang leader’s murder, an operation carried out in a particularly gruesome manner. The victim, Arshad Pappu, his brother and another com

Quetta: VBMP reopens protest camp for Baloch missing persons

Current Balochistan Date:  8 Apr 2020 Author:  Admin 0 Missing Ghulam Farooq’s mother has passed away. The VBMP protest camp has been re-established in Quetta, the capital of Balochistan, for the recovery of the missing persons. VBMP leader Mama Qadeer Baloch is leading the protest. Protests over the past decade for the recovery of Baloch missing persons was postponed due to the Coronavirus Covid-19. VBMP Vice Chairman Mama Qadeer Baloch says that due to the Corona Virus outbreak, we had postponed our protest for 14 days following the government’s Balochistan lockdown order. Mama Qadeer says that during the days of the outbreak, our fifty thousand missing persons were not released nor were brought to the surface, but it is to be said with regret that more people are being picked up during this period, including women. He added that a bride was picked up at her wedding ceremony in Washuk before some days, while from Mashkey nine people, including a woman were abducted. We hoped that peo