Just few months before his martyrdom , Saba Dashtayri published an article in a Balochi language periodical discussing the state of colonial confusion in the early days surfacing of differences among Baloch nationalist parties. While briefly discussing the meaning of colonial confusion, he negated the idea of any prospect of emergence of real conflict situation by terming the differences as fabricated by an intriguing Pakistani establishment and its puppets. These were good old calm days where never erupted such a situation and the prospect of armed clashes among Baloch freedom fighters was even unimaginable by an ordinary nationalist activist.
We were all in a state of denial, swayed over by an aura of age marked with slogans, dreams, ideology and somehow stupidities. We would immediately counter any argument perceiving rivalry among different stakeholders within the national struggle structure. This was an age of unity, at least among the common people without any affiliation with any organization but sympathizing with the overall struggle for freedom.