File Photo: BNP Secretary General, Waja Jehanzaib Baloch addressing a press conference: Photo Daily Quetta Voice

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The Balochistan National Party (BNP) announced a wheel jam strike on July 3rd across the province against the prevailing situation in Wadh tehsil of district Khuzdar. Addressing a press conference at Quetta Press Club on Monday, Waja Jehanzaib Baloch, the Secretary General of the party said all highways across Balochistan would be blocked on July 3rd against the tense situation in Wadh. He said protest rallies would be taken out across Balochistan on July 8 against Wadh situation.

BNP will politically resist every move

BNP leaders Prince Musa Jan, Akhtar Hussain Langove, Musa Baloch, Sanaullah Baloch were also present on the occasion. “BNP will politically resist every such move against the people of Balochistan”, Waja Jehanzaib Baloch said.

The BNP Secretary General said shutter down strike would be observed throughout Balochistan on July 14 against what he called political engineering.

He said a political engineering was underway in Balochistan in Wadh and Gwadar areas. He claimed that a religious leader was being supported to undermine the political power of the BNP. He said all these efforts were aimed at undermining the political power of the party.

Baloch masses stands by BNP despite all troubles: Waja

The BNP leader said the party has suffered a lot and despite all troubles, the Baloch masses always stood by the party since it was striving for the rights of Balochs.

Waja Jehanzaib Baloch said Sardar Akhtar Mengal was the leader of all Balochs and that the masses would foil all conspiracies’ against him. He urged the masses to participate in the protest rallies of the BNP and support the democratic and political struggle.

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