BALOCHISTAN: Baloch Guerrilla Leader Dr Allah Nazar Baloch in his Exclusive Interview said Pakistani state policy regarding the Baloch will remain unchanged.
Baloch people have rejected the Pakistani elections, The Baloch population rejection of the Pakistani election should be considered a referendum in favour of independence, Dr Malik doesn’t have a clear vision regarding Baloch issue, He is turning a blind eye towards Baloch demands of independence, There is no difference between Malik, Aslam Raisani and Zulfiqar Magsi.
Professor Shaheed Saba Dashtyari Interview by Homayoon Mobaraki
Courtesy : Rozhn TV
|Nawab Yousif Ali Khan Aziz Magsi Nawab Yousif Ali Khan Aziz Magsi was born in 1901 in Jal Magsi, Balochistan. His father Nawab Qassir Khan Magsi was the chief of Magsi tribe. He learned his Basic and religious education from Qasi Rasool Buskh. Mulana Gulam Qader of Baulpur taught him Urdu, Persian and Arabic. He became a pupil of Kaniah Lal of Lahore to learn English. Under the guidance of such great teacher of their time Yousif Magsi personality was build, which made him the visionary, revolutionary, freedom loving leader of the Baloch nation. Continue reading
Professor Naela Qadri in 1998 with poster: “Balochistan grows flowers, not atomic bombs.”
By Wendy Johnson
“For never was a story of more woe…”
The Baloch have been protesting features of their ill-fated gun-to-the-head marriage with Pakistan ever since this nation was occupied in 1948 by British-created Pakistan. At times the protests display poetic flourishes, such as the protest signs held in this first ever South Asia anti-nuke protest in Quetta led by Professor Naela Qadri in 1998. Naela’s poster reads “Balochistan grows flowers, not atomic bombs.”
Interviewed by Veengas
(Mr. Khair Bukhsh Marri doesn’t speak but when he speaks then speaks and many faces get anger because he speaks what he sees and thinks. This interview has conducted especially for The Frontier Post. Today we are presenting his talks for our reads that what Balochistan thinks through Mr. Marri’s views.)
Veengas: Do you think, is world still at cold war? Though, you have been analyzing all political of the world, yet?
KBM: World never comes out from war. Sometimes, it is hot and cold. All people fought at war, as British and Roman, they both fought not only this but before them many other people had been fighting. And world has others’ people cold war.
Colonial powers such as Pakistan make laws to justify their occupation, and to exploit the resources of the colonized by hiding behind the obscuring veil of the state and elections.
The Indian National Congress took part in elections under an electoral framework formulated by the British Empire. According to Abdul Kalam Azad, the President of the Congress, all Congress ministers would work under the influence of British governors, and would adopt policies dictated by those governors, as a result of these elections. Is it not true that wherever colonials formulate laws, they aim to legitimize their exploitation and plunder under the shadow of those very laws?
انگریز کی وضع کردہ قوانین کے تحت نو آ بادیاتی ہندوستان میں انڈین نیشنل کانگریس نے انتخابات میں حصہ لیا۔کانگریس کے صدرابوالکلام آزاد کے بقول تمام کانگریسی وزراء ہندوستان کے بجائے انگریزی گورنروں کے زیر اثر رہے اور انہی کی پالیسیوں کو اپنایا۔کیا یہ حقیقت نہیں کہ جہاں کہیں بھی نو آبادیاتی قوتوں نے قوانین بنائے انہوں نے اس نو آبادیات پر اپنے قبضے کو دوام دینے اور اسکے وسائل کے بے دریغ لوٹ کھسوٹ کو قانونی لبادہ پہنایا؟۔ یہی کچھ 1948ء سے لیکر اب تک ہمارے بلوچ وطن میں ہو رہا ہے۔ایک چھوٹے سے گروہ کو شرکت اقتدار (اقتدارِاعلی نہیں)دیکر پوری قوم کو یرغمال بنایاگیا اور اسی مراعات یافتہ گروہ(اشرافیہ)کو قائم و دائم رکھنے کیلئے مقبوضہ بلوچستان میں حالیہ انتخابات بزورِ طاقت کرائے جارہے ہیں۔
The May 11 parliamentary election is being seen by both the Pakistan state and insurgents as a referendum on secessionism
If actions speak louder than words, then in Balochistan, the elections this weekend are being made out to be some kind of a referendum on the demand for independence by separatist groups. Encouraged by the participation of nationalist parties in this election after boycotting them in 2008, the federal and provincial governments are eager to package this as a vote against the separatist agenda though they are not saying this in as many words as there is no telling what the turnout will be.
Balochistan has struggled for independence from Pakistan for decades. Vikas Kumar believes upcoming elections and the US withdrawal from Afghanistan will provide Baloch nationalists with opportunities to rejuvenate their cause. They will then have to contend with China’s growing presence in this restive province.
By Vikas Kumar for Atlantic-community.org
The international community is anxiously waiting to see if the forthcoming elections in Pakistan can provide a solution to Islamic insurgency and stabilize the country. While the impact of Pakistan’s instability on post-NATO Afghanistan is widely discussed, it is important to examine sources of domestic instability in Pakistan that are not directly related to Afghanistan but which might have implications for the transatlantic community.
By Naseer Memon
The recent spate of violence in Sindh attained yet another traumatic dimension when the brutalised bodies of two young students were found in Dadu district. In a typical Balochistan-styled episode, both activists of a nationalist party, Amir Khahawar and Sajjad Markhand, were picked up in Larkano a few days ago and their tortured bodies were later found on the roadside.
National media, being too occupied with election mania, ignored the incident but the grisly news made rounds on Sindhi television channels. In a similar incident, another political activist, Muzaffar Bhutto, was found dead after a protracted disappearance and four other activists were killed near Sanghar in broad daylight.