Mehmood Achakzai and Dr. Malik Baloch discussing the alleged poll rigging in Balochistan

Staff Reporter:

QUETTA: Under the leadership of Dr. Abdul Malik Baloch, the National Party Central President, a significant political meeting took place on Friday, which saw the convergence of key figures from the National Party and the Pashtun Khwa Milli Awami Party (PKMAP). Joining Dr. Abdul Malik Baloch were Haji Fida Hussain Dashti, the National Party Central Finance Secretary, and Faleen Baloch, a recently elected Member of the National Assembly.

They convened with Mahmood Khan Achakzai, the Chairman of the PKMAP, alongside Abdul Rahim Ziaratwal, the Central Secretary General, and Hamid Khan Achakzai, the Vice President of the PKMAP.

Alleged Rigging Was The Focal  Point Of Discussion

The focal point of the discussion was the alarming prevalence of rigging and manipulation witnessed in the recent elections. Characterizing these elections as the most egregious and rigged in the nation’s history, the leaders collectively voiced their concerns.

They unanimously agreed on the necessity to devise a cohesive plan of action aimed at salvaging the integrity of the parliament and other democratic institutions. Moreover, they pledged to spearhead a collaborative movement alongside various political entities and democratic forces to address this critical issue.

This coalition of leaders from diverse political backgrounds signals a united front against electoral malpractice and underscores the urgency to safeguard democratic processes within Pakistan.

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