By PimMaz The Balochistan National Party (BNP-Mengal) has decided to reach out to Maulana Tariq Jamil for help after reports of misconduct from the Party’s members of the provincial assembly have been […]
Sources said Sardar Rind, while sleeping during a session of the Baluchistan Assembly, dreamed that Khan reached out to him and said he had decided to make him the new chief minister of the province to teach Akhtar Mengal a lesson for recently withdrawing from the coalition government.
The attack took place on the Mekran Coastal Highway near Ormara, when a convoy of OGDCL, was being escorted from Gwadar to Karachi.
Kamal confirmed the news in a tweet
The BBC Urdu reported that at least six Shia pilgrims, who were returning from Iran, were abducted in Balochistan’s Panjgur district on Sunday, October 11. Local officials have confirmed the news, stating […]
By Malik Siraj Akbar It is midnight in Balochistan. A WhatsApp group called the Baloch Journalist Circle remains abuzz. There are around a hundred notifications. These are messages from reporters from across […]
“This development is unprecedented, as the present government has ensured the completion of all these projects related to Baluchistan in the CPEC.”
The current situation in Balochistan seems conducive for a political upheaval as widespread protests have erupted in the province against what the locals describe as the excesses of the death squads and criminal gangs allegedly backed by the establishment to keep a check on the establishment’s critics in the province.
This must not be deemed as Jam Kamal’s fight alone. It’s everyone’s fight and everyone has a role in it. While the Balochistan government has certainly made mistakes on the way, it is essential to build and enhance the government’s capacity to tackle this epidemic.
It is important for Jam Kamal and the team to realize that this situation is not all about them, nor is it a moment of personal publicity. It is a dire situation. They must keep themselves and their photos behind and let their actions speak for them.