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    Baloch politician killed!

    Looks like RAW is flexing its muscles now, as the situation along the borders are already tense, and in this tense situation the murder of a Baloch politician could be very dangerous.
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/wor...00/2035573.stm

    Prominent politician killed in Pakistan

    A prominent political figure in Pakistan has been killed in the western province of Balochistan, bordering Afghanistan, by unidentified attackers.
    Mir Muhammad Aslam Gichki was a founding member of the Balochistan National Party, and a former member of the provincial assembly.

    He was killed in his home village of Mashkey during an attack in which his armed guards exchanged fire with the assailants.

    The attackers' weaponry is reported to have included rocket launchers.

    His death on Sunday came ahead of the annual meeting of the Balochistan National Party due to be held this week.

    At a news conference, the party's central committee blamed the national and provincial governments for his death.

    From the newsroom of the BBC World Service



    #2
    Yup. RAW did it and they blame the govt?

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      #3
      Do you think the government would be idiot enough to carry out attacks against the politicians, although there is nothing Musharraf has to fear from him. If he wanted that he could have killed Sharif or Zardari! We know who the real culprits are.

      [This message has been edited by zaavia (edited June 10, 2002).]

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        #4
        >>Deleted<<

        [This message has been edited by Talwar (edited June 10, 2002).]

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          #5
          Originally posted by Talwar:
          Stupidity is the hallmark of your govt.
          yet another 'convincing' argument from 'kitchen knife'.

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            #6
            Talwar,
            Be careful with your language.

            If my warning comes across as biased, then so be it. This is a Pakistani board, and just because we allow free speech doesnt mean you can turn this into Hyde Park.

            Stick to discussing the point at hand.

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              #7
              Originally posted by Akif:
              Talwar,
              Be careful with your language.

              If my warning comes across as biased, then so be it. This is a Pakistani board, and just because we allow free speech doesnt mean you can turn this into Hyde Park.

              Stick to discussing the point at hand.

              Well said.

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                #8
                One of the few RAW experiments that succeeded...

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Akif:
                  Talwar,
                  Be careful with your language.

                  If my warning comes across as biased, then so be it. This is a Pakistani board, and just because we allow free speech doesnt mean you can turn this into Hyde Park.

                  Stick to discussing the point at hand.
                  Noted. sorry for the transgression.

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                    #10
                    Hmm the BNP just split with some elements joining the Army backed National alliance,...co incidence?
                    How can a man die better than facing fearful odds for the ashes of his fathers and the Temple of his Gods?

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                      #11
                      heh one of the BNP leaders blamed the ISI for the Sept 11th attacks and this was termed as BREAKING NEWS by the Indian media, as if the entire world would actually believe that they were responsible for the attacks...

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                        #12
                        Looks like ISI is telling all the progressive and honest people in Pakistan that they and their Jihadi parties are still occupying Pakistan.

                        This would nto be the first time that ISI has assisnated a popular anti-government leader from the smaller provinces.

                        One lessen that the ruling mafia has learned from 1971 is to make sure that they do not allow any popualr leader like Mujib-ur-Rehman to gain the trust of all opressed people and untie them on one platform. They have learned this lesson very well.

                        I salute the bravery of Shaheed Mir Muhammad Aslam Gichki who died fighting the opressive Pakistani regime. He was a true freedom fighter for his poor occupied nation.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by JimmyC:
                          Looks like ISI is telling all the progressive and honest people in Pakistan that they and their Jihadi parties are still occupying Pakistan.

                          This would nto be the first time that ISI has assisnated a popular anti-government leader from the smaller provinces.

                          One lessen that the ruling mafia has learned from 1971 is to make sure that they do not allow any popualr leader like Mujib-ur-Rehman to gain the trust of all opressed people and untie them on one platform. They have learned this lesson very well.

                          I salute the bravery of Shaheed Mir Muhammad Aslam Gichki who died fighting the opressive Pakistani regime. He was a true freedom fighter for his poor occupied nation.

                          hehe, so you think its the ISI that did it... Interesting... I personally think that the Government has nothing to gain from the deaths of popular politicians... Oh, and it was proven already that Mujibur Rahman along with his stupid five points (or whetava) was being assisted by India just to carry out the disintegration of Pakistan. We have no place for traitors like him...

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                            #14
                            Natioanlism is increasing in all the provinces in Pakistan and will continue to increase until a tiem coems when the army will not be able to contain the mass movemnt fo people against opression.

                            Even in Punjab, theri is some nationalism now, with "Jaag Punjab Jaag" campign and mroe people wanting to speak Punjabi instead of fake Urdu. The mroe moderate nationalist elemtns who still favour being in Pakistan are slowly loosing all popularity, as the government even tries to ignore their just demands and harass them as if they are traitors to Pakistan.

                            The real enemies of Pakistan are in fact the generals who seem hell bent on alienating smaller ethnicites and tr6ying to create disunity by only following their narrow agenda.

                            The solution to the problem is so easy that I don't even know why Punjab led government opposes it? But I guess just like the rulers opposed the six-point formula of Mujib and bought the end of East Pakistan, they will do the same thign and destroy what is left of West Pakistan.

                            It is really tragic that the people who claim to be protectors of Pakistan are in fact destroying it from inside by silencing all natioanalist voices and the rights of people. Why do generals hate Pakistan so much? What has poor Pakistan done to deserve such mean leaders who are trying to destroy it in ever way? Why oppose Pakistan as an equal federation of soverign states?

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                              #15
                              Spock, you are wrong. Even an army general knows you are wrong.
                              http://www.defencejournal.com/globe/...book-mujib.htm

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