Sardar Rind accuses government of supporting 'murderers'
PTI lawmaker Sardar Yar Muhammad Rind speaking about Kachi incident in Balochistan Assembly: Photo grabbed from a vide of QV

Manan Mandokhail, News Desk:

Leader of Pakistan Tehrik e Insaf (PTI), Sardar Yar Muhammad Rind has accused the present provincial government of supporting ‘murderers” in district Kachh. “Five men murdered and the government continues to harbor murderers”, Sardar Rind lamented during the Balochistan Assembly session.

However, the Advocate General Balochistan, Asif Rei was present in the session. On directives of the chair, Mr. Reki informed the house that one accused was arrested and the matter was sub judice since it was under trial in the court of law.

The session of the Balochistan Assembly started with deputy speaker Sardar Babar Musakhail in the chair. The house was giving a deserted look as most of the treasury and opposition members were absent during the house proceedings.

“In freezing, temperature people are outside the Balochistan Assembly, but rulers are least bothered”, Rind

“In freezing, temperature people are outside the Balochistan Assembly, but rulers are least bothered”, Sardar Rind who also remained as the minister for education in former Chief Minister Jam Kamal’s cabinet complained. He said the ‘murderers’ belong to the ruling Balochistan Awami Party (BAP).

Chief Minister secretariat is also trying to protect the ‘murderers’, he said. He warned that it would be the responsibility of the government if the situation got an ugly turn in Kachi since the killers were what he called enjoying an official protocol.

Committee formed to meet CM Bizenjo

The chair also formed a committee comprising lawmakers from the government and opposition to assure the protesters about the arrest of the culprits and end the protest. The members of the committee should meet Chief Minister Mir Quddus Bizenjo and then ensure an end to the sit-in outside the assembly, the chair ordered.

The house also adopted a resolution against freezing assets of Afghanistan by the United States. The lawmakers urged the US to review its decision since the money belongs to the people of Afghanistan.

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