Dr. Malik calls for political strategy to cope with extremism in Balochistan

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Karachi:  Dr. Abdul Malik Baloch, the central president of the National Party (NP) said that the biggest problem in the country is the supremacy of the Parliament. “NP stands for the supremacy of the Parliament and whenever NP comes to power it will preserve the rights of the people in a better way”, he expressed these views while addressing party workers in Karachi on Wednesday.

Former Chief Minister of Balochistan, Dr. Abdul Malik Baloch, addressed the leadership of Sindh Wahdat in the Sindh Secretariat, While addressing he said that the ban on media and pressure on the judiciary have further complicated matters. The sectarian and ethnic problems in the country are becoming more and more serious, he said. Chieftains, landlords, and capitalists are all at one stage, he noted. A capitalist is also a landlord and a chieftain. The older conflicts still exist with their intensity across the country and this only political approach offers a panacea, the Baloch nationalist leader stated.

Central Secretary General Jan Muhammad Buledi, Provincial President Taj Marri, Wajah Abu Al Hasan, Majeed Sajidi, Ayub Qureshi, and other leaders were also present at the meeting. Dr. Abdul Malik Baloch said that the supremacy of the establishment is the same as earlier, Pakistan has become a security state, and we have failed to make this state a welfare state.

He said that there is no such thing as the government in Balochistan, the floods and rains have caused havoc in many areas including Balochistan, Sindh, and Koh Sulaiman’s Taunsa Rajanpur. The current federal and provincial governments are failed at providing relief to the people.

“Whenever the National Party comes to power, they will first try to solve the issue of insurgency and missing persons in Balochistan”, Dr. Malik Baloch stated. If fair and transparent elections are held, the National Party will be in a better position than it was in 2013, he predicted.

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