Balochs Can Never Become Slaves Of India, Says Balochistan CM Nawab Sanaullah Zehri

April 17, 2017 17:08
Balochs Can Never Become Slaves Of India, Says Balochistan CM Nawab Sanaullah Zehri

The Chief Minister of Balochistan, Mr. Nawab Sanaullah Zehri, yesterday, said that the Balochs can never become "slaves" of India at the behest of certain "elements", propagating enemy's agenda" in the province.

He further stated that, Balochs live in Pakistan as brothers, while addressing the fourth death anniversary of "Zehri martyrs" at Anjera Kalat. On April 16, 2013, Nawab Zehri's convoy was targeted during the election campaign in the area in which his son, brother and nephew lost their lives.

Inspector General Frontier Corps (FC) Balochistan Major General Nadeem Anjum, provincial ministers Sardar Aslam Bizenjo, Nawab Muhammad Khan Shahwani and other political and tribal leaders addressed the public meeting.

Zehri said, the elements sitting abroad were trying to use the youth for their criminal designs. "Social media is not the criteria for liberation, in fact, the Baloch people stand for prosperous and peaceful Pakistan," the chief minister said. He further said, if the suspected militants (ferraris), stop violence and come down from mountains, they would be welcomed by the Government. Zehri, however, clarified that the warrant of the government would be ensured at all cost. Pakistan has often accused India of supporting insurgency in Balochistan. However, the accusations have been completely dismissed by India.

The Balochistan FC chief said, the role of Balochistan was vital for the country, and its masses have sacrificed a lot for peace restoration. He further said that the province played a major role in making Pakistan an atomic power.  Major General Anjum, said the enemies of Pakistan, have used some elements inside the province. But, the people of Baloch stood with the country, and foiled the devious plans of the enemies.

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