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Maulana Haideri, Maulana Sherani hold Govt responsible for deteriorating situation in Balochistan.

KALAT -- JUI(F) Secretary General Maulana Abdul Ghafoor Haideri and party's Amir for Balochistan Maulana Mohammad Khan Sherani have held the government responsible for deteriorating law and order situation in Balochistan, selling of people for dollars, attacks on religious places and killing of people on sectarian and ethnic basis.

Talking to media at Markaz-e- Islami here on Sunday, the JUI(F) leaders said the present situation in the country speaks volume of inefficiency and failure of the rulers.

They said killings on the basis of sectarianism and ethnicity was only benefiting the United States They said the JUI( F) believes in respect to all nations and sects . They said it was necessary to keep the people united and intrnala problems be resolved through political dialogue.

They demanded an end to the use of force in Waziristan and Balochistan and finding solutions according to the will of the local people.

Maulana Sherani and Maulana Haideri said Balochistan issue is constitutional and people could be satisfied by giving them their constitutional rights. However they regretted that the rulers do not appear to be serious to resolve it.

In reply to a question, the JUI(F) leaders said they have told their workers to avoid involvement in acts being carried out by nationalist parties and religious sects and do not become part of any movement that leads to differences. He said that sincerity demands that we should not become tools of others.
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Publication:Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)
Date:Sep 3, 2012
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