Dr Abdul Malik Baloch visits BSO hunger-strike camp in Karachi
KARACHI: Chief Minister of Balochistan, Dr Abdul Malik Baloch has said that issue of Baloch missing persons is the most complicated issue of the province and he has been successful in his efforts for the past one year, to resolve this issue – ARY News reports.
According to details, Dr Abdul Malik Baloch visited the hunger-strike camp of the Baloch Students Organization (BSO) outside the Karachi Press Club (KPC) on Wednesday. The camp was set some 37 days ago for recovery of the central president of BSO, Zahid Baloch.
Talking to media, the CM Balochistan said that the Federal Government has authorized him to hold talks with all the estranged Baloch leaders and he is striving to bring them all, on the negotiations table.
He admitted his personal acquaintance with BSO president Zahid Baloch and said that Zahid is a political worker; the FIR of his disappearance will be registered.
Malik however, declined to make a promise in regard of the recovery of Zahid Baloch, for he does not have this authority.
On this occasion, vice-chairperson of BSO, Karima Baloch and Latif Johar (who is on a hunger-strike for past 37 days) rejected the appeal of the CM Balochistan and said that they have learnt Dr Abdul Malik is a powerless Chief Minister.
They alleged that Zahid Baloch is under the custody of the state agencies and vowed to continue hunger-strike until his recovery.