NP’s popularity cannot be judged through polls: Bizenjo

Former president says his party is voice of all nations living in Balochistan

Our Correspondent January 02, 2019
Some non-political mindsets are making attempts to reduce public’s trust in NP, former party president says. PHOTO: ZAFAR ASLAM

QUETTA: Former National Party (NP) president Hasil Bizenjo has said the popularity of his party cannot be judged through election results as its transparency always remained questionable in Pakistan.

“NP is the voice of all nations living in Balochistan,” said Bizenjo while addressing the media in Khuzdar on Tuesday.

“The whole nation witnessed how public mandate was blatantly stolen in the last general elections,” said the former NP president. “Some non-political mindsets are making attempts to reduce public’s trust in NP.”

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He said NP was and would always be the voice of all nations living in Balochistan as “provincial rights is our political ideology”. Despite facing harsh circumstances, NP “is the voice of all hearts in Balochistan”, he added.

“During the last council session of our party, we vowed to functionalise the party across Balochistan,” he said. “The decisions of the council session will be implemented through the established committees of the party.”

On recent action against PML-N and PPP in the name of accountability, Bizenjo said, “NP has a clear stance that accountability process should be transparent without any political vandalism.

“The leadership of NP is ready to face all corruption allegations and appear for accountability but those framing corruption charges on political basis should understand the cycle might be repeated.”


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