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    I think that the choice of Dr Malik was good (first middle class chief minister belonging to a nationalist party) but will he succeed in pacifying Balochistan? The biggest issue for the people is not the development of the province but the missing people and killing/dumping of their relatives. Until the government is able to curb this menace the situation will not improve. In recent days this issue has taken a dangerous turn, dead bodies of abducted Baloch are turning up in Karachi.

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    Last edited by Ali_Syed; Aug 23, 2013, 07:38 AM.
    The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything." Albert Einstein

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    ہمیں اندرونی اسباب کا حل ڈھونڈنا ہوگا – ایکسپریسس اردو
    The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything." Albert Einstein

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      Originally posted by Ali_Syed View Post
      I think that the choice of Dr Malik was good (first middle class chief minister belonging to a nationalist party) but will he succeed in pacifying Balochistan? The biggest issue for the people is not the development of the province but the missing people and killing/dumping of their relatives. Until the government is able to curb this menace the situation will not improve. In recent days this issue has taken a dangerous turn, dead bodies of abducted Baloch are turning up in Karachi.

      Jang Multimedia
      Looks like someone is trying to pit Baluchistan vs Karachi (Sindh), long term game?

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        Our stablishment dont want to learn the lesson from Bangladesh. Last para of ariticle is very much on the spot

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          Information black hole - DAWN.COM
          The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything." Albert Einstein

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            Originally posted by Captain1 View Post
            Looks like someone is trying to pit Baluchistan vs Karachi (Sindh), long term game?
            Divide and rule, could provide short term relief but dangerous in the long run. We can see so many fault lines in Balochistan at the moment. Baloch versus settlers, Sectarian issues and now this. I dont know when our real rulers will understand the consequences of their failed policies.
            The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything." Albert Einstein

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              Bechara kya rule kare. Balochistan govt is not even functional yet. Portofolios are not given. I see black days in balochistan ahead. Hope i am wrong.
              The will of Allah will not take you where the Grace of Allah will not protect you.

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                Balochistan In pursuit of justice – Understanding Balochistan - My Telegraph

                Abdul Razaq Baloch, sub-editor of Mastung based “Daily Tawar” has been missing since March 24th until he was found dead along with four others on wednesday 21st August. Their amputated bodies were rescued from surjani town of Metropolitan Karachi which has in recent days become the new dumping ground of Baloch corpses previously dumped in their native Balochistan.

                Abdul Razaq ranks 28th in the list of reported ‘Baloch journalists killed since 2006 (including 4 killed this year alone) he ranks somewhere in hundreds in the list of ‘Extra judicial killings, and ranked in thousands when he was reported missing. Abdul Razaq’s body was inflicted with severe marks of torture, his right eye soaked in blood, deep cuts on his lower lip, his ashed face with blisters on it showed signs of burning and his neck carried strangulation marks from the front. He was unrecognisable at first glance even to his family who protested for his safe return a day before his body was found, it took them 24 hours of scrutiny to finally figure out that it really was Abdul Razaq.

                Like all others Abducted-tortured-killed and dumped there will be no autopsies for Abdul Razaq, no investigations ordered and no individual court case registered, his death will be mourned silently, making no news on the television news channels and there will be no editorials drafted except a few news reports. This is partly because he is the usual Baloch missing person turned kill and dump victim but mainly because it is the state and its powerful establishment responsible for his brutal demise and slamming the death of the likes of Abdul Razaq would mean rejecting establishment’s way of dealing with Balochistan’s climate of terror which is deemed to be in line with notorious state policies.

                Abdul Razaq will however add to the list of ‘State victims extra-judicially killed’ documented tirelessly by VBMP’s (Voice for Baloch Missing Persons) Vice-chairman Qadeer Baloch who will today complete his 1248th day protesting peacefully, hoping hopelessly for the safe return of those in ‘Missing persons’ list. He has thousands in that list with their names, photographs, place of residence and abduction carefully catalogued. Like Abdul Razaq one of them earlier in the ‘Missing persons’ list found his fate in the list of ‘Extra-judicial killings’ is Jaleel Reiki, his own son, a political activist, whose tortured body with a gun-shot wound on heart was recovered in october last year. Jaleel Reiki’s brutal death found no respite on his father’s protest to which he said “All missing persons are my sons and I will continue my struggle for their release”. Qadeer Baloch can be found protesting in front of supreme court Islamabad, Press club Karachi and Quetta or where ever his protest camp finds place. His prolonged struggle did attract a few editorials and news reports in the press but his pursuit for justice and the release of missing persons remain to be far from conquest.

                The feeling of having an important family member missing can be scarcely perceived from the fact that the families of missing persons have given up all festivities and often seen protesting along-side Qadeer Baloch carrying pictures of their missing kin, with mixed feelings of despair, contemplation, and fear. For most of them life is at halt where abductees were the only bread-winners or college/university going students. When interviewed ocassionaly they ask the most formidable Question “Why aren’t the missing brought to court and if guilty be convicted?”. The argument of giving forced-disappeared a legitimate trial and not being able to do so defies he basic axiom of the country’s justice system, which in recent years has convicted an elected prime minister, several parliamentarians, and is revered for his sagacious suo-moto notices.

                State’s policy of kill-and-dump is a flawed dehumanising practice with no legal or moral defence, hollow condemnations, and monetary compensations can not pacify the sufferings inflicted on human lives, and the very culture of perpetrators impunity attracts criminal silence.
                The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything." Albert Einstein

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