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JWP concerned over center’s way of tackling Balochistan issue

Chief of Jamhoori Watan Party Talal Akbar Bugti on Thursday expressed deep concern and resentment over the way the federal government tackle the Balochistan issue.
While talking on telephone with Difah-e-Pakistan Council member and chairman of Pakistan Amn party Haji Mohammad Gulzar Awan he said the law enforcement agencies including F.C. were mishandling the situation and we are being encircled by them.
“These agencies are also involved in arresting and harassing the member of Hindu community forcing him to hue and cry against Pakistan”, he mentioned. He said the government was utilizing its machinery to create more and more hatred among the Balochi people instead of watering the current flames of hate. Bugti urged the government for giving due rights to the people of Balochistan in order to heal their wounds.
Bugti said the Baloch people are being realized by maltreatment of agencies that they are not loyal to Pakistan. “The way, the government is handling the Balochistan issue is seems to be the agenda of enemies of Pakistan”, he added. He also appealed all the political parties to come forward to shoulder their responsibilities for resolving Balochistan issue and healing up the wounds of the Balochi people.
Haji Mohammad Gulzar Awan assured him of putting his concerns before the leaders of Difah-e-Pakistan Council. He expressed solidarity with the Baloch leader and said the Balochistan is our integral part and we will not let any forces to grab the rights of our Baloch brethren. He asked the federal government to tackle the Balochistan issue seriously and come up with a workable solution to the crisis instead of using brutal force against Baloch people. He further said that the situation in Balochistan was bad and it would be advisable for the FC and other law enforcing agencies not to deteriorate the things by the actions that could create a sense of insecurity among the citizens.

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