A young member of the ruling party Tuesday walked out of the Balochistan assembly against what he called the chief minister Dr. Malik Baloch’s anti-Baloch policies.
Mir Fateh Muhammad Buledi youngest member of the provincial assembly (MPA) of Balochistan from PB49 Kech 2 Buleda-Hoshap walked out from Balochistan Assembly in protest today against Dr Malik government’s corruption, incompetency, nepotism and anti-Baloch practices,” Mir Aslam Buledi, a former provincial minister and senator who is also deputy secretary general of the National Party announced on his Facebook.
The chief minister of blood-torn Balochistan, Dr Malik Baloch, has been rubbing shoulders with Pakistan generals when hatred against Pakistan army and intelligence services are running at its highest peak in Balochistan in the backdrop of the military establishment’s torture of freedom activists and kill-and-dump policy.
The chief minister and his feudal mentor Hasil Bizenjo, who is also called Khawaja Khairuddin of Balochistan, have been claiming that the killings have stopped and peace has returned even though bodies of two more Baloch activists were found yesterday.
Khawaja Khairuddin was a Pakistani politician who sided with Pakistan military when it launched a bloodbath in the erstwhile East Pakistan, now Bangladesh. Bizenjo like Khairuddin is siding with the Pakistan military in Balochistan.
Dr Baloch angered many in Balochistan when he was seen playing ropes with the military corps commander in Mashkay, the hometown of legendary Baloch freedom fighter Dr. Allah Nazar Baloch, after an earthquake last fall. He also kept mum when a 10-year-old Baloch boy Chakar Baloch was abducted and later tortured and killed execution by the Pakistani security services in his hometown.
On September 11, Pakistani security forces bombed civilian population in Tump killing Shahnaz Baloch, 17, but Dr Baloch kept mum.
Scores of Baloch freedom activists have been killed or disappeared since Dr. Baloch became the chief minister last year. Pakistan military generals are believed to have handpicked him, vetoing Prime minister Nawaz Sharif desire to post a member of the Pakistan Muslim League as chief minister of Balochistan.
In the backdrop of these Pakistani army atrocities, Dr. Baloch has earned the nickname “Daim Siah” or blackened face from the Baloch populace.
Balochistan was occupied by Pakistan military against the explicit wishes of the Baloch people in March 1948.