Corrupt politicians trying to divert people’s attention: BNP-M

Sanaullah Baloch says former MPAs have launched propaganda to create division among the people


Our Correspondent November 24, 2018
Former MPAs have embezzled public money allocated for development projects, the BNP-M leader says. PHOTO: FILE

QUETTA: Fearing accountability, the former MPAs have wantonly commenced politics on division of Nushki, Kharan, Washuk and Chagai, but the people cannot be segregated for their vested interests, BNP-M’s parliamentary leader says.

“They have embezzled public money allocated for development projects, including the residential college and water supply, in Kharan whereas corruption cases of Rs600 million have been prepared against them,” Balochistan National Party-Mengal’s Sanaullah Baloch said in his statement on Friday.

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“In a bid to divert the attention of the people from their corrupt practices, they have launched a new propaganda to create division among the people, but the educated ones of Kharan have rejected them,” the parliamentary leader said.

On the judgement of the Balochistan High Court, Sanaullah said, “A notification declaring Kharan as Rakshan Division’s headquarter has been issued in 2018 and in light of the court’s verdict, 500 acres of land has been allocated for the purpose.”
The BNP-M leader urged the people of Kharan, particularly the youth, to present their stance according to the tribal customs.

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Meanwhile in an interview with an international organisation, Sanaullah said, “The Pakistan Peoples Party betrayed the trust of the Baloch nation by handing over Gwadar Port to Chinese companies.”
He said the most astonishing part of the deal was when in presence of the then President Asif Ali Zardari the operation of the Gwadar Port was transferred from Singapore to China and none of the Baloch representatives were taken into confidence.

He said, “There is a need to protect the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor on a larger scale in order to avoid tension in the province.”

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