Sardar Rind condemns May 9th incidents, says still part of PTI
Parliamentary leader PTI Sardar Yar Muhammad Rind addressing a press conference: Photo provided by the author

Syed Ali Shah:


The parliamentary leader of the Pakistan Tehrik e Insaf (PTI) in Balochistan Assembly, Sardar Yar Muhammad Rind on Monday strongly condemned the May 9th incidents called for an action against the elements behind acts of arson across the country. Addressing a press conference, he said former prime minister Imran Khan always ignored him with regard to issues relating to Balochistan.

Nevertheless, I am still part of the PTI, Sardar Rind said. Although, he informed that consultation was going on with other political friends with regard to future political strategy in Balochistan.

“We are silent members of PTI”, Sardar Rind says

“We are silent members of PTI”, he informed. We will consult with our comrades regarding the future of the upcoming elections.

Senior politician Sardar Yar Muhammad Rand said that May 9 was a very difficult day in the history of Pakistan. We have never left the side of democracy, he mentioned. “I condemn damaging government or defense installations”.

Sardar Yar Muhammad Rand said that after winning the 2018 elections, Imran Khan made him Special Assistant to the Energy Department but Khan kept ignoring me in all the decisions. I had sent my resignation to him on this matter.

Attackers enjoy Balochistan govt’s patronage in Kachhi: Rind

Referring to an attack on his son’s convoy in Kachhi district, he saido one guard was killed and 4 were seriously injured. Despite the identification of the elements involved in the incident, the responsible persons are still roaming freely in Quetta, the PTI leader claimed.

He mentioned it seems as if the accused have the patronage of the provincial government. The situation is that the accused are roaming around with armed guards in Kachchi and Quetta.

According to him, his political opponents are rewarded whenever they come to power. The opponents will be rewarded in the upcoming provincial budget and they will be deprived of new schemes in their constituency. Where is the justice? The government has issued a special grant of Rs. 77.5 million to my political opponents in recent days, Sardar Rind concluded.

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