“In order to crush the nationalist movement in Balochistan, government agencies have imported extremism from other areas in the state.”Balochistan National Party chief and former Chief Minister of Balochistan, Sardar Akhtar Mengal said.
Talking to the media on the past, present and future of the country in connection with the completion of 70 years of establishment of Pakistan, Sardar Akhtar Mengal said, “Understanding the ongoing terrorism in Balochistan is not a question of mathematics, everyone knows that People of religious extremism organizations can roam freely there and they have identity cards of such organizations, they have got license of murder. “
Interference in Balochistan
According to the former chief minister of the state, he can show such photographs, where the vandalism of criminals and extremists are standing next to the prominent people of power establishments. He said, “I can not say that India will interfere in Balochistan, he will give it, but it has given us this opportunity too, if we interfere in somebody’s affairs then they too will do it, this is happening from both sides, Which should not be. “Sardar Menagle asked, “Have we not interfered in Afghanistan? Can we justify ourselves by its responsibility? Did we not observe the Mujahideen, did we not have the Taliban? Did it take place in the name of Islam or Pakistan? Or because of the dollar? We sold Pakistan because of the dollar.
Political leadership of Pakistan
How can things be improved in Balochistan? In response to this question, Sardar Akhtar Mengal said that extremists should be talked about, “Why can not we why the IRA and the British government can talk? Mengal says that the political leadership of Pakistan is very weak, whereas the strength is only with the army. He said, “The establishment has never considered Baluchistan as its share, it is considered as a colony only, it is considered to be the colony of Punjab, unless the problems of Balochistan are considered as part of the country.”
Sardar Akhtar Mengal condemned the killing of innocent people by extremists in Balochistan.He said that political activities in Balochistan have been abolished, political activists are disappearing, the result is that youngsters are disappointed. He said that unless the establishment changes its thinking, Pakistan will go towards darkness, “I see Pakistan going into darkness, there is no leadership which will lead it to light.”