Baloch condemnation of Modi’s assertions proof of their loyalty

Zhob—Ameer Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Pakistan, Senator Sirajul Haq has said that the strong condemnation from the people of Balochistan against Indian Prime Minister’s Modi’s assertion on Balochistan has vindicated that they are patriotic and ready to render every sacrifice for the country.
Addressing a reference in memory of Maulana Abdul Hye Mandokhel at Zhob on Sunday, Sirajul Haq paid rich tributes to his services for the supremacy of Islam. Pakhtoonkhwa Milli Awami Party (PkMAP) leader Muhammad Raza, JUI’s Maulana Shamsud Din, ANP’s Muhammad Anwar Mandukhel, PTI’s Malik Muhammad Azam and JI Balochistan chief Maulana Abdul Haq Hashmi also spoke on the occasion.
Ameer JI said that Balochistan natural resources rich province but these resources were not being utilized for the uplift of the area. He said that the day on which these people were given their rights, there would be none to speak against Pakistan. He said that raising voice against injustice could not be termed as an anti- Pakistan activity.
Sirajul Haq said that soon after the Quetta tragedy, he had suggested to the Prime Minister to convene a meeting of the political leaders for consultation. He had proposed that the Army chief and the heads of security agencies should also be invited to the meeting so as to find out a solution for the problems of the area and to restore peace. However, he said, the federal government did not pay heed to his advice and Indian Premier Modi got an opportunity to speak on Balochistan. But, he said, the Balochistan people had given a befitting rebuttal to Modi.
He said that dams, hospitals, educational institutions were required for the development of Balochistan. Had these basic facilities been provided to the people of the province, Balochistan would have been a peaceful province by now, he added.
Sirajul Haq said that former Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, had promised jobs for the youth in the province but his word was not honoured. As a result, educated young men were running for jobs with degrees in their hands but in vain.
He said that the present government had also made rosy promises to the Balochistan. There had been a plan for building one hundred small dams out of which only twenty dams had been build till now. He said that the amounts being spent in the Punjab on metro bus and Orange Line train projects were far more than the education and health budget of the entire country.
The JI chief said that it was the responsibility of the federal and the provincial governments to look after the families of the Quetta martyrs Meanwhile, Secretary General (SG) Jamaat-e-Islami (JI), Liaqat Baloch has all parties of the country should be given representation in the 22 MPs nominated envoys by the Prime Minister Muhammad to highlight the brutalities and human rights violation by the Indian troops in the Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK).
Addressing corner meetings in connection with the JI’s Corruption Free Pakistan drive here on Sund, Liaqat Baloch said that the Kashmiris were offering unparallel sacrifices for the love of Islam, Pakistan and for their independence.—INP

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