Leaders outside Pakistan have no right to talk about Balochistan’s fate

Quetta—Chief Minister, Nawab Sanaullah Khan Zehri has said that so-called leaders living in London and Switzerland have no mandate to decide the fate of Balochistan, adding that civil and military leadership was on the same page to put joint efforts for bright future of patriot people of Balochistan.
He was addressing a public gathering held in connection with to observe third death anniversary of Shohada-e-Zehri in Anjira area of Khuzdar district, on Saturday. He said, “Our ancestors had decided to become part of newly created country, Pakistan. So-called leaders living in London and Switzerland have no right and mandate to decide fate of Balochistan”.
He said that if Hairbiar Marri and Braham Dagh Bugti were sincere to people of Balochistan, then they should return back to Pakistan from London and Switzerland, respectively, to joint mainstream politics of the country for the betterment and social welfare of local people.
Nawab Zehri said that a handful people could not damage peace of Balochistan through their anti-peace activities. Pakistan is homeland of all of us and we will not allow enemies to damage it, he said.
He said that the elements and youth who had went on mountains to run armed movement, they should be aware of that their so-called leaders had been living luxury life in London and Switzerland. He invited them to leave mountains and join mainstream life.
He said that his son, brother and other relatives were killed by terrorists as they loved Pakistan. Commander Southern Command, Lt-General. Aamir Riaz, Provincial Ministers including Nawab Muhammad Khan Shahwani, Sardar Aslam Bezinjo and Mir Sarfaraz Bugti also spoke.—APP

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