Bugti targets PMAP for political attacks

Published on – January 12, 2018 – 2:20 am
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QUETTA:  The former Home Minister Sarfraz Bugti has said that he would not speak against Nawab Sanaullah Zehri as he and his other colleagues in politics hd exercised their democratic right to file a No Confidence Motion against the former Chief Minister.


QUETTA:  The former Home Minister Sarfraz Bugti has said that he would not speak against Nawab Sanaullah Zehri as he and his other colleagues in politics hd exercised their democratic right to file a No Confidence Motion against the former Chief Minister.

Speaking at a reception at the Hockey Stadium in Marriabad area of Quetta on Thursday where Agha Mohammad Raza hos a reception in honour of his politicl colleagues, Sarfraz Bugti said he continue to pay due respect to the person of  Nawab Sanaullah Zehri and he would not list his failure in his press talks and statements.

He referred rampant poverty, mass unemplyment and backwardness of the economy as more than 30,000 jobs are still vacant. He said lawlessness reached at its peak and disorder was witnessed.

He said Hazara community and the security forces had offered sacrifices in defeating terrorists in Balochistan. Bugti said that the terrorists had targeted the educational institutions and playground while the Government,with the help of the Hazara Communty retained the stability and turn life to the educational institutions and playgrounds with vigour and sport activities.

However, he strongly criticised the PMAP and its leader without naming them saying that they failed to hold intra-party elections and at the same time, they claimed to be chmpion of democracy in the country.

He said that the party fought two by-elections in which he refrained from using his established election symbol for unknown reasons.

The Muslim League leader claimed that CPEC had benefitted the Punjab and other provinces were deprived the fruits of economic development.

“Youth of Punjab are being sent to China learning Chinese language while our youth were denied this facility,” the former Home Minister told the gathering.

Former Speaker, Mir Jan Mohammad Jamali, Zamruk Khan Achakzai, Mir Abdul Quddus Bizenjo, Tahir Mahmood, Ruqiya Hshmi, Asim Kurd, Mufti Gulab, Majid Abro. Sarfraz Dombki and a large number of elders from Hazara Community were also present in the reception.