This process seems heavily engineered for Baluchistan’s tribal elite and not the public. The focus is so much on the province’s sardars, their children and grandchildren that the government seems to be missing the whole point about the province and the common citizen.
The Baluch Hal
The Baluch Hal editor Malik Siraj Akbar discusses the Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s recent visit to Quetta in Baluchistan to condole with the families of the 11 coal miners killed by the Islamic State in Mach area and why Khan’s trip doesn’t promise much.
The Swedish authorities must do whatever they can to recover Sajid because his survival is vital to the whole of Baluchistan.
By Malik Siraj Akbar The United States and the Taliban have finally signed a peace deal in Doha after several months of intense negotiations. With the actual Afghan government primarily excluded from the talks and members of the Afghan civil… Read More ›
By Malik Siraj Akbar In 2018, Balochistan witnessed political earthquakes on at least three different fronts. All these tumultuous changes emanated from different sources and targeted specific goals. All these political rebellions in near-unison identified a common enemy: Islamabad. The… Read More ›