Mengal Seeks International Intervention For Settlement Of Balochistan Issue
Baloch leader said that Balochistan is in stat of war, so transparent elections are impossible in the province, adding that there can be selection not election.
QUETTA, (SANA): Chief of Balochistan National Party (BNP) and ex-chief minister Sardar Akhtar Jan Mengal has said that only the international powers can bring normalcy in Balochistan because ruling powers of Pakistan are not serious to solve the worst issue.
Talking to “SANA” exclusively from Dubai Baloch leader said that Balochistan is in stat of war, so transparent elections are impossible in the province, adding that there can be selection not election.
He said that markets, hospitals and educational institutions have been locked and common citizen feels insecure while rulers are silent on the issue.
Mengal responding to a question said that although Supreme Court has not given final decision however court in its interim order has identified the forces behind the missing persons and mutilated dead bodies recovered from Balochistan.
He said that establishment and ruling powers are challenging the court rulings instead of implementation, adding that such efforts would not let the situation coming toward betterment in the province. He said that in current circumstances without interference of international powers law and order situation could not be settled.
Mengal further said that it is admitted fact that where ever law and order becomes worsen the UN and other world powers intervene to maintain law and order.
Responding to a quarry Mangal stated that neither they have approached to UN nor any international institution has contacted us, adding that the voices are being arisen from various areas of the world against genocide of Baloch citizens in Balochistan. He said that the world soon would be helpless but to interfere in the matter of Balochistan.
On a question, he said that in current law and order situation BNP would not participate in elections, adding that if the normalcy returns in province than central executive committee of BNP would decide to participate in elections.