JI Balochistan Ameer urges Gov't to hold talks with Baloch separatists
ISLAMABAD: Provincial Ameer of Jamat e Islami (JI) Balochistan chapter, Abdul Mateen Akhunzada has urged the Government of Pakistan can negotiate with Taliban, then it should also hold talks with estranged Baloch people – ARY News reports.
Addressing a press conference here on Monday, Abdul Mateen Akhunzada said that the situation of Balochistan is extremely worse and the commodities of daily use are brought here from Iran. He urged the authorities to improve the system of border surveillance.
The JI leader told that sectarian killings are on the rise in Balochistan, which is an international agenda to destabilize Pakistan. He claimed that the Government has failed to resolve the issue of Baloch missing persons.
Akhunzada demanded the Federal Government to provide authority to the Balochistan Government like the way the Government of Punjab is free to make deals with foreign countries, so that various development projects could be initiated here for the prosperity of Balochistan province and its masses.