جو سردارترقیاتی مقاصد کے لئے مختص رقم کا غبن کرتے ہیں، حکومت کے ساتھ ملے ہوئے ہیں۔ ریاست کی زیر سرپرستی دہشت گردی اور بدعنوانی کے درمیان موجود شیطانی گٹھ جوڑ بلوچ عوام کو ان کے وسائل اور حقوق سے محروم کرنے کےلئے استعمال کیا جاتا ہے
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The Sardars embezzling money meant for development purposes are in league with the government. The evil nexus between state-sponsored terrorism and corruption is used for depriving the Baloch people of their resources and rights
Ikram Sehgal in “Of Empire and Army” says, “There has been a Baloch president and a Baloch prime minister. During their time in office, none of the Baloch nawabs and sardars made any effort to ameliorate the conditions of their own people.” He forgets that the establishment ‘accommodates’ only those Baloch who connive in denying the Baloch people their rights. The ‘establishment’ as a quid pro quo turns a blind eye to excesses and corruption. It now even encourages them to fight a ‘dirty war’ against the nationalists. The ordinary Baloch suffers injustices from both the Centre and its local agents; this has reinforced the perception of non-Baloch hegemony. The only representative government of Sardar Ataullah Mengal, which presented the bill to abolish the Sardari system on July 8, 1972, and worked for Baloch rights, was dismissed after nine months. Amelioration of conditions was not tolerated.