انہوں نے بلوچستان میں سرداری نظام کے بابت کہا کہ سرداری نظام اب اپنی زندگی جی چکا ہے، اب یہ زائد الیعاد ہوچکا ہے، اس جدید دنیا میں اسکی کوئی ضرورت نہیں۔ دنیا بہت پہلے اس قبائلیت سے باہر نکل چکی ہے لیکن جب تک بلوچوں میں کوئی نیا نظام متعارف نہیں ہوتا تب تک سردار نظام اسی طرح چلتا رہے گا۔ لیکن اب وقت آچکا ہے کہ ہم سردار نظام سے نکلیں اور اسکا کوئی نعم البدل تشکیل دیں۔
Monthly Archives: May 2018
There is a big weakness of the Baloch: they have always fought alone [as a single tribe] or with one another rather than fighting against a common enemy.
Shah Meer Baloch
Balochistan’s first chief minister, Sardar Attaullah Mengal, is said to be the fourth pillar of Baloch nationalism, and the only one alive today. The other pillars were Mir Ghaus Bakhsh Bizenjo, Nawab Khair Bakhsh Marri and Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti.
Born in 1929, Mengal spent his childhood in Lasbela and later moved to Karachi. He was declared the chief (sardar) of Mengal tribe in 1954.
Mengal was introduced to politics by Mir Ghaus Bakhsh Bizenjo, a founding member of the National Awami Party (NAP) – who also briefly served as the governor of Balochistan in 1972-73. In 1962, Mengal was elected to the West Pakistan provincial assembly; Bezinjo ran his election campaign.
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 there time Yousif Magsi personality was build, which made him the visionary, revolutionary, freedom loving leader of the Baloch nation.
Pakistan Army with its religious extremist mindset is not only a threat to Baloch people but it is a ‘nursery of terrorism’ for the region and a hovering threat to the world peace
Pervez Musharraf, military dictator and ex-president of Pakistan in an interview with a private TV channel revealed that Shahid Aziz Lt. General (R) of Pakistan army had been killed fighting alongside of ISIS in Syria. However, some sources believe that he via Quetta he moved to Afghanistan; joined Taliban, and possibly been killed in Afghanistan. Hence, his family members are denying the report: his son, Zeeshan Aziz Major (R) categorically rejects that, he said his father is alive and went to Africa with a Tableegi Jamaith (Islamic preaching group).
Shahid Aziz, a four stars officer of Pakistan army served in several Key posts such as Director General Military operation (DGMO), Chief of General Staff (CGS); when Pakistan tested nuclear atomic bomb in Chaghi, Balochistan in 1998, he was the Director of Military Operation Directorate. He also remained the Chairman of National Accountability Buru (NAB). Retired General Asad Durrani who was also Ex-Director-General of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) in his coauthored book “The Spy Chronicles: RAW,ISI and the Illusion of Peace” said that Shahid Aziz was a key figure in orchestrating Kargil war, and he was among “co-conspirators” of Pervez Musharraf in toppling the Nawaz Sharif’s government.