Seething lava of Balochistan

Asif Haroon Raja

During the British rule of India, the rulers had demarcated the provinces not on ethnic lines but suiting their administrative convenience. Balochistan, which is an arid mountainous region in southwest Asia, consisted of two entities; one comprising of princely states of Kalat, Mekran, Kharan and Lasbela in the south and west, and the other in north and east inhabited by various Pashtun and other tribes. Large numbers of Baloch got settled in Sindh and Punjab. At the time of creation of Pakistan in August 1947, except for Khan of Kalat Mir Ahmad Yar Khan heading Kalat National Party who openly advocated independence of Balochistan, all the Baloch and Brohi tribal leaders supported accession to Pakistan. They reminded him ‘that both on grounds of geographic contiguity as well as wishes of 3000,000 Balochis’, Kalat should accede to Pakistan.
Despite giving his pledge to Jinnah during his visit to Sibi in February 1948 that Kalat would accede to Pakistan subject to approval by State Legislature, he reneged from his word of honour. The rulers of Mekran, Kharan and Lasbela formally applied for accession to Pakistan on March 17, 1948. Since the stance of Khan of Kalat was not representative of the Baloch sentiment, Pak government took control of administration of Kalat on April 15, 1948.
On May 16, 1948, younger brother of Yar, Prince Abdul Karim who had formed a political organisation called Ustaman Gal, decided to lead the rebellion. He declared revolt against Pak Army and invited Kalat State National Party, Baloch League, Baloch National Workers Party to join him for the struggle of creation of ‘Greater Balochistan’. Failing to solicit response from others he fled and took refuge in Afghanistan. Later on, when he returned to Balochistan, he was arrested, tried and sentenced to 10 years jail. A stage had however been set for the spate of insurgencies that followed in the later years.
In mid 1950s, Nawab Nauroz Khan hobnobbed with India, Iran and Afghanistan and besides fuelling idea of ‘Greater Balochistan’, he vied to declare Kalat as an independent state. On October 6, 1958, Pak Army had to be moved in to arrest him and his uncle who had been seeking help from Afghanistan and were planning a full scale Baloch rebellion. Nauroz surrendered and later on he was executed.
The persisting centralized policies of the central government kept nationalistic feelings alive in Balochistan. Among seventy Baloch tribes, Bugti tribe led by Nawab Akbar Bugti, Marri tribe by Khair Bux Marri and Mengal tribe by Akhtar Mengal are the largest tribes. Bugti tribe dominate Dera Bugti, Sui, Kahan areas, Marris Kohlu region and Mengals are predominant in Chaghai, Khuzdar, Kharan districts. Its leaders instead of bettering their respective regions remained at war with each other, each vying to overawe the other. As a policy the Sardras kept their tribes backward and uneducated so as to have readily available labour force. Gas royalties and development funds paid to the Sardars each year never filtered down to the poor of their areas. The money received was spent on personal luxuries or in maintaining private armies and jails and in inter-tribal wars.
While Sardari system was abolished by ZA Bhutto, on ground it has remained in vogue and subsequent governments kept the Sardars appeased. Their personal demands were promptly met and their corrupt practices and disdain for developing the province ignored. Notwithstanding the failings of the successive federal governments, the Baloch Sardars who have all along been in power are equally responsible for keeping Balochistan backward and neglected. They have been pilfering the funds meant to develop the province. As a consequence, all the Sardars are dirty rich; most have second residences in Karachi, Islamabad or abroad and lead a royal life, while their tribes reeling in absolute poverty live a slave life. Armed gangs of the Sardars keep them terrorized and suppressed. During the 2006 military operation scores of private jails were unearthed where some of the chained decade old detainees in horrible condition were set free.
Out of total population of 7 million in Balochistan, the Baloch are 3 million out of which about 30% are Brahvis. The Brahvis who are now being considered as Baloch speak their own language and are concentrated in Sohrab, Killi Shawani, Mastung, Kalat and Dalbaldin. There are 8 million Baloch settled in Punjab and 6 million in Sindh. That way the Baloch settled in Punjab and Sindh are almost five times more than the inhabitants of Balochistan. Sistan, which is a province of Iran, is inhabited by Baloch. The province is also inhabited by Hazaras who are Shias and speak Persian and are in small minority concentrated in Quetta. Settlers from other provinces, mostly Punjabis are in sizeable numbers, but now after their ethnic cleansing by Baloch rebels, their presence has been considerably reduced. Nearly 80% of the population of the capital city Quetta used to be of settlers, which has now dropped to 40%. Being more educated and skilled, they have played a dominant role in running the business, education, banking and management affairs.
East of Panjgur right up to Zhob and Tanai is the Pashtun belt which is relatively peaceful and is not linked with Baloch separatists, but has affiliations with neighbouring Pashtuns in South Waziristan. From among the Pathans, Samad Achakzai founded a pro-Indian Congress Anjuman Watan Party, which preached splitting up Balochistan on linguistic basis and creating Pakhtunistan province. It worked in harmony with Ustaman Gal and their objective remained common. He was arrested and his party declared unlawful.
Today, the ratio of Baloch and Pathans in Balochistan is near parity particularly after the influx of 406000 Afghan refugees in the early 1980s who have got permanently settled. One reason for the Pashtuns of Balochistan to be peaceful is that they are more educated and enterprising and are engaged in trade, business and transportation activities. Mahmood Achakzai who boycotted 2008 elections is their political leader.
In the aftermath of separation of East Pakistan in 1971, while the PPP formed a government in the centre and in Punjab, National Awami Party (NAP) led by Ghaus Bux Bizenjo, Sardar Ataullah Mengal, Gul Khan Nasir, Khair Bux Marri, Nawab Akbar Bugti, Khan Wali Khan together with JUI dominated Balochistan and NWFP provinces.  They demanded provincial autonomy in return for approving 1973 consensus constitution. Sacking of NAP-JUI coalition government in Balochistan in February 1973, arrest of three main Baloch nationalist leaders as well as Wali Khan and banning of NAP by Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto sparked Baloch insurgency in 1973. The insurgency was spearheaded by Marri and Mengal tribes and Baloch Students Organisation (BSO) and led by Mir Hazar Khan. Intelligence about secret smuggling of weapons by Balochistan government and arming of dissidents through Iraq Embassy in Islamabad was given by Akbar Bugti, based on which the accused were charged under act of treason and Hyderabad Tribunal was formed. Mir Hazar managed to flee to Afghanistan.
Akbar Bugti was rewarded by replacing Ghaus Bux Bizenjo as Governor of Balochistan and the Army was brought in to launch counter insurgency operation. He was looked down upon by other Sardars and seen as a traitor and an establishment man since besides governorship, he also held the appointment of chief minister of the province and never supported the cause of separatists. Nexus of KGB-KHAD-RAW coupled with Iraq was fully involved in supporting Baloch insurgency. Iran helped Pakistan by providing 30 Cobra helicopters. 3300 Pak soldiers embraced Shahadat but after killing 5500 militants.
Insurgents came down from the hills in 1978 after Gen Ziaul Haq took over and Governor Rahimuddin desensitized the alienated Baloch and Pashtun separatist leadership by a multi-faceted strategy. As a consequence to well-thought out development program to uplift the province, ‘Greater Balochistan’ movement melted away. Ouster of Bhutto, his trial and death sentence combined with heavy economic dozes were contributory factors which took the steam out of insurgency. 1978-84 was the most stable period of Balochistan. Most people of Balochistan desired greater autonomy and very few Balochis favoured the idea of ‘greater Balochistan’. In fact, the whole lot of Brahvis and Pathans were hostile to the idea of separate Balochistan.
Balochistan was once again heated up by foreign powers after 9/11. This time the sponsors of Baloch insurgency were USA, Britain, Israel, India and Afghanistan. Intelligence agencies of the five countries got actively involved in Balochistan from 2002 onwards. Learning from history, the schemers concluded that without the participation of largest Bugti tribe, insurgency may not achieve desired results. Akbar Bugti was therefore induced to gang up with Marris and Mengals and lead the insurgency. He was in return promised all out financial, weapons and equipment support as well as guidance and training facilities for the fighters. He was led up the garden path by promising him full control over tapped and untapped mineral resources of the province and kingdom of Balochistan. He got easily lured since his demand to increase gas royalty had been turned down by Musharraf regime on the basis that instead of uplifting his region, he had been devouring allotted funds and royalties.
Once the three main tribes as well as Baloch nationalist leaders were taken on board in 2002, RAW set up 26 training centres in Afghanistan along western border of Pakistan where Indian military trainers and RAW officials imparted training to Chechens, Uzbeks, Tajiks, Afghans, Arabs, dissidents from Balochistan. No sooner the insurgency gained momentum in 2005 in Dera Bugti, Sui, Kahan, Kohlu areas, over 60 Farari camps were established in interior Balochistan where trainers from Indian and Afghan Armies imparted training to the rebels. Refugee camps for Balochistan dissidents were established in Kandahar, Spin Boldak, Helmand, Nimroz. Supply routes were marked, one emanating from Spin Boldak in the west and the other from Shahgarh via Ubaro in the east.
When all possible efforts to pacify incensed Akbar Bugti, who had moved to the mountains to conduct guerrilla war, failed and law and order situation kept worsening, a military operation had to be launched in rebel infested regions in interior Balochistan in summer of 2006.  After the death of Akbar Bugti in August 2006 as a result of caving in of the cave in which he was hiding, the planners in Kabul transformed him into a hero of Baloch nation and started inculcating hatred against Pak Army and federal government.  Insurgency became more widespread.
After Akbar Bugti, the leadership came in the hands of absconder Balach Marri based in Kandahar. Several shady terrorist groups suddenly that were active in 1973 insurgency resurfaced from nowhere such as Baloch Liberation Army (BLA), Baloch Republican Army (BRA) and BSO. Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) and some more were new additions. After Balach was killed in 2007 in Afghanistan by unknown gunmen for unknown reasons, Brahamdagh Bugti, grandson of Akbar Bugti took over the command setup in Kandahar. In early 2011, he shifted to Switzerland since he felt unsafe in Kandahar. Helped by his patrons, he coordinates the activities of BRA, while Harbyar Marri, son of Khair Bux supervises the activities of BLA from London. Dr Allah Nazir heading BLF is based in Mashkai. He operates in western Balochistan between Panjgur, Mand and Turbat. Another rebel leader from Kalat Mir Suleman Daood Khan is in exile in London, while Akhtar Mengal is in exile in UAE and Dr Wahid Baloch is based in Washington. These and some other self-exiled Baloch leaders are actively working on a separatist agenda and foreign powers with vested interests in Balochistan are giving them all out assistance to espouse their cause.
Foreign hands are continuously pouring oil to further fuel insurgency and to inculcate hatred against the Army, FC and ISI and to alienate the Baloch people. Recent killing of wife (sister of Brahamdagh) and daughter of Bakhtiar Khan Domki in Karachi as well as mutilation of dead bodies of Baloch nationalists are the handiwork of RAW to accentuate alienation of Balochis. India is investing lot of money on the absconding Baloch leaders to make them sing songs of independence of Balochistan and to continue with their diatribe against Pak security forces and ISI. In fact they have become hostage in the hands of several foreign intelligence agencies and are in no position to change their stance or return to Pakistan. Money, comfortable living and coercive grip of the patrons keep them compliant. To expect that they would abandon their high life and free themselves from the clutches of their benefactors and return to Balochistan in response to the call of amnesty is wishful.
I remember the general amnesty announced in former East Pakistan for all the runaways after law and order had been restored in June 1971 and reception centres had been set up to welcome them. I recall how Governor Tikka Khan followed by Abdul Malik as well as Gen Yahya’s regime had beseeched the exiled Bengali leaders based in India to return to Dacca. Messages were sent through the US and UN channels to the Bangladesh government in exile, but none was allowed by India to go back. Even the refugees languishing in dilapidated Indian camps were not permitted to return to their homes. This time it is not only India but USA and Israel blocking the way of exiled Baloch leaders. Likewise, the rebellious Baloch fighters are also stuck up in the mountains and are not in a position to give up violence and return home. All those showing inclination to give up militancy are killed and their bodies mutilated and dumped in public places in interior Balochistan and the responsibility pasted on the ISI and FC. The seething lava of Balochistan has reached the stage of bursting. Some novel ways will have to be found expeditiously to defuse the lava.
The writer is a retired Brig and a defence analyst.
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  • NAVEED TAJAMMAL  On February 26, 2012 at 10:34 am

    An excellent article,summarizing events in a sequence.

  • MUHAMMAD CHAUDHRY  On February 26, 2012 at 12:33 pm

    I’ll start my comments by reviewing the implications and inferences of the closing lines of Brig.asif Raja’s breif as hereunder:
    “This time it is not only India but USA and Israel blocking the way of exiled Baloch leaders. Likewise, the rebellious Baloch fighters are also stuck up in the mountains and are not in a position to give up violence and return home. All those showing inclination to give up militancy are killed and their bodies mutilated and dumped in public places in interior Balochistan and the responsibility pasted on the ISI and FC. The seething lava of Balochistan has reached the stage of bursting. Some novel ways will have to be found expeditiously to defuse the lava.” Under the circumstances Zardari finds none else but Rahman Malik to announce first complete forgiveness,later making it provisional and Gilani to announce APC on Balochistan,both got a prompt repulsive curt response from not only so-called rebellious Baloch leaders but even old leaders like Akbar Lassi as well as coalition leaders like PML-N.Are we heading for a worse scenario in Balochistan than the one in old East Pakistan?
    The writer is a retired Brig and a defence analyst.

    • a m malik  On February 26, 2012 at 5:35 pm

      If that be so that it is the handi work of the foreign agencies doing the work and ISI being labeled – then why do not the ISI fellows come clean on the issue. Have independent enquiries set up so that the emotions that have been building up in the Baluchis find a a level of comfort. But remaining quiet and then issuing a meek denial does not help. The denial should be honest and loud enough that it goes in the hearts. It is no good to continue to be a ‘Silent Soldier”- much that we may be on the side of the Army and Pakistan’s interests!

      • S U Turkman  On February 27, 2012 at 3:48 am

        But when have you not been on the side of the Army and its interests?

      • NAVEED TAJAMMAL  On February 27, 2012 at 3:53 am

        But of course,Turkman,as always with his Snide remarks.

      • sturkman  On April 13, 2012 at 10:12 pm

        Yeah, Military Operations in East Pakistan and in 1992 Karachi and the last 3 Uprisings in Baluchistan and ShahaaDaT of Hzt. Imam Hussain were also caused by CIA and India, right?

  • Willy  On February 27, 2012 at 1:59 am

    Is it not likely that the British demarcations were not
    designed primarily to suit administrative convenience
    but had as their main motivation “divide and conquer”
    — or rather “keep divided to keep conquered”?

    • S U Turkman  On February 27, 2012 at 3:50 am

      Blaming the British even after 64 years?
      Why not. If Satan can be blamed for all our Sins, there is nothing wrong with it.

  • Shaikh Mohammad  On February 27, 2012 at 2:05 am

    Differences are in every country. But those countries solve their problems amicably i.e. without resorting to violence. In UK, Scotland is demanding independence, we never hear of Army Operations in Scotland. In Pakistan, Army operations resulted in the creation of Bangla Desh.
    Army operations in Balochistan has created independent Balochistan. Army operations with the help of US drone attacks are continuing in Northern Pakistan which will result in an independent country.

    Pakistan Army will dominate Punjab province only. Thanks to General Kayani.

    I just quote below the atrocities committed in Balochistan by General Kayani

    Shaikh Mohommad

    In Balochistan, mutilated corpses bearing the signs of torture keep turning up, among them lawyers, students and farm workers. Why is no one investigating and what have they got to do with the bloody battle for Pakistan’s largest province? Declan Walsh, Tuesday 29 March 2011 23.00 BST
    The bodies surface quietly, like corks bobbing up in the dark. They come in twos and threes, a few times a week, dumped on desolate mountains or empty city roads, bearing the scars of great cruelty. Arms and legs are snapped; faces are bruised and swollen. Flesh is sliced with knives or punctured with drills; genitals are singed with electric prods. In some cases the bodies are unrecognisable, sprinkled with lime or chewed by wild animals. All have a gunshot wound in the head. This gruesome parade of corpses has been surfacing in Balochistan, Pakistan’s largest province, since last July. Several human rights groups, including Amnesty International, have accounted for more than 100 bodies – lawyers, students, taxi drivers, farm workers. Most have been tortured. The last three were discovered on Sunday. If you have not heard of this epic killing spree, though, don’t worry: neither have most Pakistanis. Newspaper reports from Balochistan are buried quietly on the inside pages, cloaked in euphemisms or, quite often, not published at all. The forces of law and order also seem to be curiously indifferent to the plight of the dead men. Not a single person has been arrested or prosecuted; in fact, police investigators openly admit they are not even looking for anyone. The stunning lack of interest in Pakistan’s greatest murder mystery in decades becomes more

    • A.M Malik  On February 27, 2012 at 2:06 am

      Declan Walsh
      I am amazed at the manner your subliminal message would reach to the readers. With your contacts I am sure u could have easily reached the ISI authorities to confirm the fact or otherwise. The manner the bodies have been mutilated, as described by you – leaves me at least to no doubt that this has to be the handi work of the miscreants- allow me to call as such – so as to create a max hate against the Army. I have remained long enough in South of Baluchistan to know how their rumour mongering takes place close to being an out right slander. Hence I tend to believe in what Brig Haroon has written. Baluchistan has always attracted the outside powers for their designs. I remember it was the Russians in early 70’s who supplied arms through their ship off makran coast and ofcourse the ever ready Indians who again used Afghanistan for the purpose. Today what Brig Asif has described in his article above it is others with Indians remaining a common factor. I only wish that ur country cooperates and hands us over the terrorist taking refuge in your country in a quid pro que

      • Jimmy Jamshed  On February 27, 2012 at 2:07 am

        Looks like this Walsh chappie is a USA/Indian Agent…………not being a Pakistani what business is it of his to speak about Baluchistan??!! An Internal Affair of Pakistan…………….

      • S U Turkman  On February 27, 2012 at 3:55 am

        Oh yeah, yeah. Pakistan always keeps attracting attention of Foreign Powers, when it starts blaming them for her own fault. They always laugh, when they are blamed by crazy Pakistan fabricated Conspiracy Theory. So, what’s new this time?

  • Shaikh Mohammad  On February 27, 2012 at 2:08 am

    Right everyone who criticises Pakistan Army is an American agent. Several human rights groups, including Amnesty International are also American Agents. Right

    Just to let you know what is happening in the world. There are reporters, journalists [sometimes they are courageous – e.g Marie Colvin killed on 22 February 2012, in the bombardment of Holms.] who tell the world what is happening around us.

    The press should keep quiet about what is happening the world because it is an internal affair of those countries. Governments – particularly USA and Britian – have divine right to interfere and attack. This is new UN Charter – i am not aware of.

    Am I missing something?

    Shaikh Mohommad

    • S U Turkman  On February 27, 2012 at 4:00 am

      That’s right. God made USA become Policeman of World so, you can not hide from it and USA would keep interfering because God wants her to. If you have any problem with Allah and you do not like how He is running this world, please let Him know …!
      Come out on the Streets with Banners against him and start burning Qoraans …!

  • Syed Ataur Rehman  On February 27, 2012 at 2:31 am

    We are being duped by the American and Indian propaganda machinery supported by our own sold out media and carry out planned disinformation about the true facts about Baluchistan. And as as the writer says, write or talk about it so much that even the patriotic element of Pakistan starts to believe what is not factual but what they want us to believe. We must mount a counter truthful campaign to show that the so called Sardars of Baluchistan are themselves responsible for the sorry state of their province. They are the ones who have to be eliminated. True, injustices have been done; the same has been done to people of Northern Sindh, South Punjab and many parts of NWFP. This and much more should be highlighted. let us not fall into to the joint Indo-US-Israeli ploy.

    • S U Turkman  On February 27, 2012 at 4:11 am

      That’s right.
      Our Discriminative Policy of not recruiting Non Punjabis in Military, Police, Government Jobs, Government Owned Industry and Institution Jobs is not the reason that Bengalis had voted for Awami League, PushToons have voted for ANP, Mohajirs have voted for MQM, Balochis have voted for their own Parties and Sindhis have voted for Non Punjab Based Parties.
      It was fault of Bengalis that they had united against us and now its fault of Non Punjabis that are uniting against us. We have to stop this mayhem by our great Propaganda Machine and Guns though even our own JmaaTay Islami has rebelled against us on Baloch Issue now.
      We need an Army Action on all Non Punjabi Pakistanis that are sympathizing with Balochis,.Killing a few million of them would do, right?
      If USA says anything, we should let her be aware that we can destroy USA with our Atomic Bombs, right?
      Allaho Akbar …!

  • Faisal Imam  On February 27, 2012 at 2:32 am

    thank u Brigadier Sahib.

    The Baluch issue is well-interpreted and is an honest account put forward.

    where do we go from here?

    killing of leadership has not been a pastime only in Baluchistan. it has happened over time in multiple parts of Pakistan. East Pakistan is the worst scene scenario. thousand perished to get their rights. the people of West Pakistan will have to sacrifice more to get their rights. it may lead to the breakup of Pakistan if there is no paradigm shift and thinking remains the same as it was in 1970.

  • NAVEED TAJAMMAL  On February 27, 2012 at 3:47 am

    The article by Declan Walsh quoted by shaikh mohammad presents a pen picture which depicts,a gruesome death struggle the between the State and a Province on the verge of an open revolt.
    But-The question remains,why would the alleged agencies leave a trail of Corks bobbing up in the dark ????
    The Corks certainly bob up,but only in the Sea,when a Consignment-Slips or it falls off the Ship ! No one would deliberately, throw corks in the sea-Unless the intention is otherwise,and here it is to mislead.
    And we all know who all want our Balkanization.

    • S U Turkman  On February 27, 2012 at 4:20 am

      Sure, sure.
      We Punjabis have all the rights to rule Pakistan. We have been staging Democracy only so, we can keep getting Charity of Aid and Loans from our stupid Enemies, the Kafir rich advanced countries.
      We should stop begging for Charity, stop hiding our Punjab Raj and declare Pakistan a Punjabi Caliphate. General Keyani should be the first Caliph and then his younger brother after he dies because he has no Son.

  • NAVEED TAJAMMAL  On February 27, 2012 at 4:38 am

    Here we go again,you never read,what they ask you to post,nor do they do the home work,kindly take time out and study the list of pakistan army generals from 1947 onwards,and those who held the key-slots,you will see,most were non-punjabi !
    And the punjabi term i have often explained, as to who actually are the punjabi,with whom you interacted while in lahore in your church back- yard,and have such bad memories of them !

    • S U Turkman  On February 27, 2012 at 4:52 am

      That’s right. Generals were not Punjabi, IG Police were not Punjabi and somehow magically all the Government Jobs started going to Punjabis and Non Punjabis started getting discriminated. This is why you see, Non Punjabis now want a Moosau with his big Stick to end this strange Kaafir Punjabi magic.

      • NAVEED TAJAMMAL  On February 27, 2012 at 5:05 am

        Study the list first,on the subject which you lambaste, daily,we will go for the side shows later.
        I hope they are paying you good,i am sure you must be over charging your mentors,judging by the effort you make and time you spend, on umpteen Blogs you Infest !

  • S U Turkman  On February 27, 2012 at 5:15 am

    My Punjabi Loard Tajammal,
    Can you forgive me?
    I hereby admit, I lied. There are no Punjabis in Army, Police or any kind of Government jobs and we are actually the most oppressed and the poorest minority of Pakistan. … Happy now …!

  • NAVEED TAJAMMAL  On February 27, 2012 at 5:21 am

    So now Turkman you are a punjabi,
    You can put a poor Chameleon to shame.

    • S U Turkman  On February 27, 2012 at 6:27 am

      Sure, there should be no pardon for Occupying Forces in Baluchistan. They belong to Indian Jails just like their 93,000 predecessors in former East Pakistan, 40 years ago.
      Onward Paki Soldiers to your final fate …!

  • TMH  On February 27, 2012 at 5:27 am

    The heading of the article ” Seething Lava of Balochistan” is a
    misnomer. This no popular uprising, this is a staged and financed by
    so called and enemies, and is only being headed by few traitors and
    agents of power, who unfortunately are
    Baloch, the are black mailers, who are agitating after PM cut off
    their pensions,
    for which they are no more entitled, they are the usurpers of Baloch
    people rights.
    Only one Baloch Sardar, who now dead, were being paid 14 Crores annually.
    Media should have the courage to ask his successors,where this money was spent?
    All rest of sundry expanses of Bughti employees were being paid by Sui
    Gas Company. He never spent single penny on his people from his
    pocket or from that
    pension he was getting from government of Pakistan.

    Today if government of Pakistan start the lining the pockets of these black
    mailers, you will never hear another word of Balochistan Rights. only difference
    will be now that, you have to pay these black mailers much more, because now
    they have sold their souls to the devil. These so called Sardars have
    no lost for the

    people, they wanted the status quo, so they have the same life of
    luxury, which they were
    enjoying with the blood money of the people of Balochistan.

    The only solution is to be found by a genuine Government must get rid
    of these blood suckers and commission must be formed, who oversea the
    process of addressing the
    plethora of problems, not by Mr. Zardari or the other crook Mr. Malik,
    they will not hesitate
    to step into the shoes of Sardars.
    people, the have become used to living a life of luxury.

    Giving pardon to these enemies of state of Pakistan is no solution.
    The solution is
    to found by the genuine Government of Pakistan, go and remedy the palothera of
    problems of the REAL Baluch.

  • Syed Ataur Rehman  On February 27, 2012 at 8:33 am

    It’s a separatist, secessionist illegitimate Civil WAR started by treacherous Baluchis helped along by USA/India……….Pakistan has full rights to prevent further break up of Pakistan……….the Baluchs started it, so they are responsible…………………and Civil wars are never civil. And would UK allow separation of Scotland or would USA allow separation of Puerto Rico/Hawaii/Alaska or TEXAS..or would India allow a Nagaland or Khalistan??!!

    • S U Turkman  On February 28, 2012 at 5:52 am

      You are an Illiterate ignorant man Ata.
      U.K. has already allowed separation of Scotland just like before U.K. had permitted separation of Ireland and Empire of Holland had permitted separation of Belgium. USA had permitted separation of Philippine.
      Spanish Empire had permitted separation of about 18 countries in the New World of Americas in 1820 also. The Question is, why is Pakistan looting Baluchistan and other Pakistanis?
      Where does it say in Qoraan and HaDees we can not fight against our Looters and become free?

      • NAVEED TAJAMMAL  On February 28, 2012 at 6:41 am

        TURKMAN none can argue with a fool.
        However do enlighten,as who is included in the WE,
        ”Where does it say…………………….We can not fight against………!
        Are your lot on a new blood bath trail,with your Noble savages.

  • hamal khan  On February 27, 2012 at 11:42 am


  • mabbaskhan  On February 28, 2012 at 5:35 am

    Do we Question another thing sir with all your respect as an senior responsible citizen X army officer can we question to our intelligence agencies that how it come so easy for some baluch sardars access to other embassy. Do ambesies including Pakistan have there intelligence officers and military Hitachi is in all amenities to take care of all things going inside embassy. Where they not preforming there duties for which they are payed by 80% of our tax money which we pay as a citizen of Pakistan that our agencies will protect us. so where were they were they not doing there Duties. I saw with my own generals enjoying life with business community. Which are financed abnormally just as an informer of communities. Can we question this to you sir ?

    • S U Turkman  On February 28, 2012 at 11:10 pm

      Oh you mean, why ISI lets Balochis enter Foreign Embassies. Do you know, its illegal to stop anybody from entering a Foreign Embassy by Govt. of Pakistan because Pakistan calls itself a Democracy?
      Of course ISI watches Embassies in Pakistan and makes Balochis disappear of they go to Foreign Embassies telling anything against Pakistan but its not them. Its Balochis in USA, U.K. and other countries, who are now telling the world finally after 63 years of Pak Occupation of their land, how Pakistan has been looting Natural Resources of their lands, killing their people, making them homeless and raping their Daughters. Do you have any shame, sir?

  • devesh rajput  On April 2, 2012 at 7:12 am

    thank you,
    the given information is very informative.
    i will keep update the same.
    my village

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