QUETTA, (SANA): Balochistan National Party (Mengal) Chief Sardar Akhatr Jan Mengal has said that all efforts to finish Balochistan National Party have failed, adding that the exile was not less then punishment. He said it was a hard time during the exile, and he had come back to take part in the political process with the consent of the parliamentary board of the party.
He said missing persons from Balochistan must be recovered before May 30.The previous government did nothing for the restoration of peace in Balochistan, he said.
Addressing a public rally in Quetta Mengal urged disgruntled ‘friends’ to shun the path of militancy and come down from the mountains. He said that no one should think that he could impose his decisions on the gun point, adding that they did not scare anyone. He said that the name of Balcohistan could not be removed from the world map, adding that they have rendered sacrifices for the baloch people and Balochistan.
He said that they have decided to contest polls for the protection of the integrity of the Baloch people and Balochistan. He said that they have found nothing instead of the dead bodies during the period of the democratic governments. He said that those who say the BNP has finished should come and see the public gathering, adding that if these people could not see these masses then they have some problem with their eyes.
Sardar Akhtar Mengal said that hardly there would be any part of the province where some old person is not weighting for his son, adding that whatever he is going to do is for the masses of the Balochistan. Akhatr Mengal arrived here after four and half.
The Baloch leader said that there should be no illusion that decisions could be enforced upon the Baloch against their wishes.
He lamented that neither democracy nor those who chanted slogan of “Sab Se Pehlay Pakistan” addressed miseries of people of Balochistan.
He said both the democracy and dictators gave only dead bodies to the Baloch. Mengal also criticized Pakistani institutions for spreading disappointment in the province.
However, the BNP chief said that the people would not give up their hopes and courage to achieve their ultimate goal.
The Baloch leader said that the Baloch did not pour their blood for acquiring power.
Akhtar Mengal said that no-go-areas still exist in Balochiistan and dead bodies were being found.
Speaking to media at the airport in Karachi he said that the situation in the volatile province had not improved in the caretaker setup, adding that the establishment was not ready to pay heed to Baloch voice. He said that there is last for the establishment for the betterment of the situation of the province.
Mengal said that issues could not be resolved through use of force as it could complicate them.
He said that the election process would be doubtful if law and order situation was not improved in Balochiistan.