Baluchistan: The Story of Another Pakistan Military Genocide

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Postby UlanBatori » 25 Feb 2019 07:49

Paki brilliance! Medical Association gives sure-fire remedy for food poisoning
PEOPLE SHOULD AVOID EATING, SAYS PAKISTAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
The PMA has also suggested to the public that they should avoid eating unless the government/food authority takes concrete measures to ensure human safety.

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Postby UlanBatori » 25 Feb 2019 09:06

I suggest that ppl need to learn about Balochistan, eastern iran, and geography and demographics and daily life in Afghanistan. May become intensely interesting to India in near future.

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Postby UlanBatori » 25 Feb 2019 22:47

Madarssa recruiting to spike, thanks to an Out-standing education system

According to a report released by UNICEF, 70 percent children are out of school in Balochistan, and the highest number of out of school children belong to rural areas. Some bitter facts of the education system in the locations of Balochistan are explored in detail.

Dasht is a well known district situated to the west of Turbat city and considered as one of the districts in Balochistan which is full of small towns with the lowest education and literacy rate. A report was released by counsel students of Dasht who are reading in other cities, many schools in Dasht are nonfunctional and some of them are without teachers. I myself visited during the Eid holidays with my friends who live in Dasht, after seeing the sorry state of education and educational institutions, I felt deeply unhappy while the children were obliviously playing outside in the open boundaries of schools. I asked them what is the reason that they were playing outside? One of them replied what else were they supposed to do when their teachers were concerned about fulfilling their responsibility and would later hand them homework assignments.

On the other hand, Awaran is one of the most beautiful places in Balochistan, where school buildings were destroyed due to a big earthquake in 2013. The government promised to build new buildings, but they have turned their back on their promises. Due to this, the rate of out of school children and child labour increased dramatically in the area.


Key upshot:
the illiteracy rate in Balochistan is going to touch the sky.
Tauba! Tauba!

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Postby UlanBatori » 25 Feb 2019 22:51

Pak Govt solves Balochistan's water crisis:

Pakistan Navy successfully conducted rescue operation in Uthal, Balochistan and saved precious lives of civilians including women and children stranded in rain drains. :?: :?:
Upon request of District Administration Lasbela, Pakistan Navy promptly dispatched rescue team along with requisite equipment and boats to the rescue site.
Accordingly, 42 personnel including 20 men, 10 women and 12 children of Goth Ali Pur were rescued.
Prompt response to the stranded civilians is clear manifestation of professionalism and dedication of Pakistan Navy’s men for their countrymen. For once they managed to not sink their own boats!

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Postby ArjunPandit » 26 Feb 2019 01:16

UlanBatori wrote:Paki brilliance! Medical Association gives sure-fire remedy for food poisoning
PEOPLE SHOULD AVOID EATING, SAYS PAKISTAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
The PMA has also suggested to the public that they should avoid eating unless the government/food authority takes concrete measures to ensure human safety.

while you have acted like NDTV, replacing eating out to eating, it is not entirely implausible given teh fx situation and the tauba tauba to tamatars

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Postby UlanBatori » 26 Feb 2019 02:45

Brevity is the soul if wit. Standard Editing for Prime Time, as NDTV will tell u.

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Postby UlanBatori » 26 Feb 2019 03:22

And here is why all this is so important. Major sellout coming: CNN is already there!

The terrorist second from right is clearly in PA uniform minus the insignia.

Time to hook up with Gen. Dostum and his Container Express.

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Postby Rohit_K » 26 Feb 2019 04:45

Jahán Balóc
‏@Baloch_world
#BalochistanLiberationFront representative @GwahramBaluch claims for an IED attack on #PakistanArmy convoy yesterday in Shardoi area of Awaran, #Balochistan. the vehicle was completely destroyed and 8 Pakistani military personnel were killed.
Video Link: https://twitter.com/Baloch_world/status ... 5134525440



Baloch Raji Aajoi Sangar (BRAS)
@BrasRaajiSangar
Fighters of Baloch Raaji Aajohi e Sangar (BRAS) confiscating weapons of Pakistani personnel killed in 17 February 2019 attack on CPEC route.
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Fighters of Baloch Raaji Aajohi e Sangar (BRAS) confiscating weapons of Pakistani personnel killed in 17 February 2019 attack on CPEC route.
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Postby UlanBatori » 26 Feb 2019 05:04

May your goats chew on the best PA uniforms

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Postby UlanBatori » 26 Feb 2019 07:33

For anyone interested: Jobs in Frontier Corpses

UBCN, unedited quote:
FC is the abbreviation for Frontier Core Balochistan is the paramilitary force of Pakistan and is having the terms with western provinces of Balochistan and KPK with number of the soldiers which are standing and performing their duties without caring about their lives and do duty in extreme condition for to make the areas of our country safe and peaceful. Vacancies of all sort are lying over there as of Masters to Matric level and latest FC Balochistan South Jobs 2019 are given below.

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Postby UlanBatori » 26 Feb 2019 07:37

Compare that to the Pak Army Jobs:

Here on this page, you’ll have Join Pak Army Jobs 2019 at MES Military Engineer Services Rawalpindi. MES is the abbreviation of Military Engineering Services working under Pakistan Army and look after the different development projects as per the rules of Pak Army. Jobs in MES Army Military Engineers Services Rawalpindi are available and it is looking for highly educated, very experienced, hardworking and well-disciplined, Tall, Fair and Tight-Assed candidates for the following positions given below.

Jobs to apply are such as (Charge Hand-grenade E&M Grade-I, Charge Hand-grenade B&R Grade-I, Charge Handgrenade E&M Grade-II, Charge Handgrenade B&R Grade-II, Patrol Mechanical, AC Refrigerator Mechanic, DC & RM, Oil Engine Driver, Instrument Repairer, Auto Electrician, Fitter Mechanic, Welder, Sign Writer, Meter Reader, Goat Bugger, Electrician, Lineman, Switchboard Attendant, Gas Fitter, Gas Emitter, Lift Operator/Lift Mechanic, Complaint Receiver, Complaint Maker, Pipe Fitter/Plumber, Mason, Painter, Mijjile Polisher, Carpenter, MT Driver, Motor Pump Attendant, Boiler Attendant, Labourer, Sanitary Worker). These positions are announced for all regions of EME (Army) located in Karachi, Lahore, Quetta, Peshawar, Mangla, Multan, Gujranwala, Bahawalpur etc.


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Postby UlanBatori » 27 Feb 2019 03:29

Nice photos of targets. TFTA roads with no traffic.

These Baloch nationalists are up with arms because Beijing’s design is exploiting the area. Baloch nationalists is led by the Baloch Liberation Army (BLA). There was a number of attacks against Beijing’s assets.
Experts who are tracking Pakistan internal affairs quoted that “China is so called a partner with Pakistan in crime” and BLA believes that China is looting the natural resources of Balochistan.
These attacks of the Baloch Rebels highly affected Chinese economic Projects. Even the Chinese official meeting with the Baloch government held in very high security.
All these are constantly increasing the security cost of the Chinese projects to protect the Chinese personnel on CPEC projects at Balochistan.

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Postby UlanBatori » 27 Feb 2019 03:32

Balochistan, with huge natural gas reserves, has PLENTY of energy and electric power
Presiding over the meeting of Standing Committee, the Chairman said that only 240 megawatt electricity was being provided to Balochistan which was very meager and people of the area were suffering sever load shedding. Members of committee belonging to Balochistan have pointed out that due to low voltage and load shedding people of province were facing difficulties adding that there was dire need to established new feeders to curb this issue.
They told the committee that agriculture, economy and other sectors of the province depended upon power and there was not a no go area in the province.
The Chairman committee said although there were issues of recovery of bills in Balochistan but these issues could be solved by adopting proper way {by extorting and robbing the peasants and raping their women and goats as usual}
Senator Sardar Shafique has strongly protested over the attitude of KESCO chief and said that officer was not ready to listen the issues of common peoples. :eek:

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Postby UlanBatori » 28 Feb 2019 07:19

Rain in Balochistan

ISLAMABAD :Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has warned of a strong rain bearing system expected to approach Balochistan on Thursday night and grip southern parts of the country on Friday .
According to PMD a heavy rain-thunderstorm accompanied by a windstorm (gusting 80-120 km/h) is expected in parts of Balochistan, Sindh ( including Karachi) and Southern Punjab (Dera Ghazi Khan, Multan and Bahawalpur division) from Friday night to Saturday which could create an untoward situation.
All concerned authorities and general public have been urged by PMD to take precautionary measures during this period.


Dang! Bad for air operations, good for things that need to stay hidden from aerial spies.
P.S. You HAVE to see the photo of the Pakistan Meterological Department. :mrgreen:

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Postby arun » 28 Feb 2019 08:15

UlanBatori wrote:May your goats chew on the best PA uniforms


:lol:

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Postby UlanBatori » 03 Mar 2019 01:04

Priceless... Note where report is from.
March 1:
Baloch fighters hound Pakistan Army as Imran Khan govt shifts soldiers along LoC
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By Siddhartha Rai
First Published 1, Mar 2019, 5:04 PM IS
New Delhi: Pakistan is rapidly moving its troops out of Balochistan and adjoining areas and redeploying them along the line of control (LoC), sources in Pakistan and Afghanistan confirmed to MyNation. According to information received from the province’s capital Quetta, and districts of North Waziristan and Khyber (the erstwhile Khyber Agency), in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province, the Pakistani military has vacated a number of check points and the local force, called ‘Khasdar’, has been deployed. Sources in Balochistan told MyNation that the Pakistani army had forcefully marshalled passenger buses plying from Karachi to Quetta and between Turbat — the second largest city of the province — and Karachi for transporting soldiers from Balochistan to the LoC.

Over 100 trucks were also forcefully commandeered in Quetta by the Pakistan Army to move military personnel and equipment to the LoC. A transport company has provided the Pakistan Army more than 30 passenger buses for shifting army personnel from Balochistan to the LoC. Sources told MyNation that a military curfew was imposed in the vicinity of Quetta on Thursday night and military movement had been noted.

Sources added that Baloch freedom fighters were making the most of the situation by attacking and ambushing Pakistani army personnel and also Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) assets and operatives. “The Baloch fighters are taking, on an average, 20-25 Pakistani soldiers captive everyday. The sentiment is that the right time had come to use Pakistan’s vulnerable position and press for freedom,” a source in Balochistan said.

Sources said that Pakistan had shifted its personnel to safe hideouts in Balochistan. :((
Pakistan has also been shifting its air force personnel to safe hideouts in Quetta. Sources also revealed that the hostile neighbour intended to fight a ground-based infantry war with India, fully using its “war proxies and tools”.
A large number of check points in the Khyber district have been vacated by the army. However, the check points still exist in the main forts.
A central leader of the Pashtun Tahafuz Movement (PTM), though, said that the Pakistan Army would never fully vacate the now defunct Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) and Balochistan.
Meanwhile, according to latest information from across the border, the Pakistani army had gathered its personnel in Nowshera and from there, moving the personnel towards the LoC. The Pakistan Army has also vacated Malakand and Mohmand districts, apart from Khyber.
Army movement has also been noted from Jani Khel in Bannu district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and also from the North Waziristan district. In Bannu too, the Pakistan Army forcefully commandeered trucks for shifting personnel.

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Baloch freedom fighters bomb Pakistan Army convoy in Dera Bugti; 6 troops killed
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Baloch freedom fighters targeted a Pakistan army convoy, between Gandoi and Matt regions in Dera Bugti district of Balochistan on Saturday, killing six.According to reports, apart from the six brought dead, Pakistani soldiers were seriously injured. The injured were taken to Rahim Yar Khan city in Punjab.Meanwhile, Baloch Republican Army (BRA) spokesman Sarbaz Baloch called Pakistani media outlets from an unknown location and took responsibility for the bombing. The freedom fighter said that they had targeted the convoy with a massive IED blast which killed six troops. He said a vehicle was completely destroyed in the remote-controlled attack. The Baloch leader also vowed to continue their fight for freedom against Pakistan. He added that such attacks would continue to haunt Pakistani forces until the dream of a free and sovereign Baloch state was realised.

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Postby sanjaykumar » 03 Mar 2019 04:31

Mighty glad India could indirectly help the Baloch.freedom fighters.

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Postby UlanBatori » 03 Mar 2019 05:29

sanjaykumar wrote:Mighty glad India could indirectly help the Baloch.freedom fighters.

Hey! India **NEVER**** interferes in the infernal affairs of any nation, particularly India's fiendly neighbors. PLEASE remember that fact, thanks! :eek:

If Freedom Fighters in some parts take advantage of Paki Genocidal Army withdrawing to rush to protect their masters from punishment for their crimes, well... that is karma.

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Postby sanjaykumar » 03 Mar 2019 05:45

This site https://twitter.com/culpritpak should be required reading for Indians interested in the hood (in both senses of the term). Again let us not just use these people solely for India's interests, that would be unforgivable.


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Postby UlanBatori » 09 Mar 2019 08:49

Happy Dins Are Here Again! Gas Pipeline Inflates in Dera Bugti

28 inch diameter pipeline became 100m diameter fireball in inflation. Near Sui gas plant used to pump gas to Pakjab. 4 DSG personnel pest-e-sha'eed.

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Postby UlanBatori » 09 Mar 2019 08:50

Hey, how come all these heavy rains in Karachi etc? It's not monsoon time. What gives? IOW, how to bring those rains a bit south to Malloostan?

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Postby banrjeer » 09 Mar 2019 12:35

https://twitter.com/i/status/1103706153874321411

says pak soldiers/guards are being gunned down in balochistan

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Postby UlanBatori » 09 Mar 2019 21:05

Wow! That was a sustained pes-e-sha'eed!

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Postby UlanBatori » 09 Mar 2019 21:10

Small wonder that PA is reported to be commandeering trucks, scooter, rickshas, anything, to get out of Balochistan and head to the Line of Control in the East. Much safer, apart from the occasional F-16 / Thundaar falling from the sky preceded by their pilots in parachutes. :rotfl:
Just scroll back in this thread and compare to the 1,732,000 posts in certain threads on the MIL-forum about ONE Paki plane (2 pilots beaten to death) and a few PA hit by shelling in the same duration. Balochistan gives new meaning to the term:
All Quiet On The Western Front

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Postby UlanBatori » 12 Mar 2019 07:18

Pak Army continues genocide, East Pakistan style

Poet shot dead. Others abducted.

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Vacuum implosion in market: 2 dead
bomb blast took place in Panjgur district's Chitkan market. "Two people were killed in the blast on the spot and seven others injured," they said. The deceased were in a car which caught fire after the blast, the officials said. No group has claimed responsibility for the attack.

PANJGUR (Dunya News) – At least two persons were killed and seven sustained injuries in a twin cracker blasts in Balochistan’s Panjgur district on Thursday.Details suggest that the incident occured in Chatkan market where the explosive material was placed in a motorcycle. The blast also damaged several nearby vehicles.

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Postby UlanBatori » 18 Mar 2019 02:40

Train explosion, so it makes it into US MSM :roll:
bomb went off in one of the cars of a Quetta-bound train early Sunday, damaging five cars. He says two men and a woman were killed, and that women and children were among the wounded.

GelfNews:
Quetta: Four people were killed and 10 injured in Pakistan on Sunday when a bomb went off on a train track. Four people, a teenage girl, her mother and two others were killed in the blast” Irfan Bashir, police chief of Naseerabad district where the blast occurred, told Reuters.
The blast derailed six carriages of the train, which was travelling from the northwestern city of Peshawar to the Baluchistan provincial capital of Quetta.


Not good, these types of attacks, although they damage infrastructure. Not hitting PA directly.

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Postby banrjeer » 18 Mar 2019 03:10

Train attack not good. But damaging gas pipeline has impact beyond just PA. First of all it’s humane and it cripples not just Pak but also China.

It’s like Dandi March 2.0 but enormously more effective.

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Postby UlanBatori » 18 Mar 2019 16:44

Pipeline/gas plant inflation is a long and hallowed tradition since the days of Sheikh Bugti.

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Postby UlanBatori » 18 Mar 2019 16:56

All media are focusing only on Negative News like train derailment. Now toll up to 5.

But let's focus on Positive News: Balochistan [{b]leads[/b] in Not Using Haraam Electric Power. Pakjabis recommend Djinn Power instead.}

People are continuously {enjoying} long hours of load-shedding. The issue is growing speedily, and conditions are being deteriorated day by day. The long hours of load-shedding are continued in the heat of summer as well. During the summer, people become unconscious because of heatwave. Though people are dying in Karachi in the summer, the current situation of Balochistan may surpass Karachi; ... Mostly poor people will die, as they already have nothing – without electricity, they would only face problems. During winter, the electricity demand becomes low in Punjab, Sindh and KP as compared to summer. Balochistan {load-shedding is thriving} even during winter . ..Quetta {has achieved} load-shedding of 6 to 8 hours. Other district headquarters have 12 to 14 hours of load-shedding. ..small towns and villages {are most advanced}, .. only receive electricity for 6 hours per day. Some villages {are even better!!}receive electricity just for two hours in two days. That’s two hours in 48 hours, and that type of load-shedding is unheard of in the rest of {pakistan}. It is estimated that Balochistan requires a total of 1,650 MW. Presently, Balochistan is supplplied 300-400 MW. According to Quetta Electric Supply Company (QESCO), supply to the province has been decreased just due to unpaid bills which have reached Rs.130 billion. Electricity companies in Punjab and Sindh have huge amount of unpaid bills, but supply to the provinces has not decreased, but rather increased, {in the best traditions of Jinnah's thievery}. These provinces have gotten funds and other support, but Balochistan is the most neglected {self-reliant} province and receiving nothing from the government.

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Postby UlanBatori » 18 Mar 2019 17:08

Balochistan Best Market For Pakistan's 3rd Greatest Product

GWADAR:
Drug abuse in Balochistan is a growing {market} epidemic with little {competition}. According to a 2013 United Nations report, there are {only} 230,000 {consumers} in Balochistan. The location of the Pak-Afghan border and easy movement of people across it allows large quantities of drugs to flow into the country from Afghanistan. While most of the narcotics are intended to just pass through Pakistan and on to other countries, a large chunk of it is used by locals too.

Unluckily,drugs and narcotics trafficking has become the order of the day in Balochistan’s city of Turbat where narcotics is being traded publicly. {This is giving a bad name to Pakistan as AK-47s and IEDs were the top industry before}. According to a 2015 report by Senate’s Sleeping Committee on Interior and Narcotics, nearly 8.9 million people in Pakistan are drug {loyal consumers} while 700 people die everyday across the country due to drug-related complications. The severity of dependence amongst opiate users is the highest in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan. Among regular opiate users, three-fourths make use of more than one substance; the most commonly found combination being of heroin, cannabis and other tranquilising drugs. Balochistan has the highest use of these combinations, with almost 25 per cent of consumers using this, a total of only 1.6 per cent of the province’s population. The intake of drugs through injections has also led to a rise in HIV and blood-borne diseases that are passed through unhygienic and multiple use of syringes. Out of the total number of HIV-positive people of Balochistan, 2.1 per cent were those who had used intravenous drugs. {Since 1.6 percent are regular consumers, this blows the idea that needs are the source of HIV-positivity}. The effects of substance abuse are feltenjoyed by many people, either directly or indirectly. The UN estimates that more than 800,000 people between the ages of 15 to 64 are addicted to the use of heroin on a regular basis, in Pakistan. {Less than 1/10 of the 8.9 million cited above!! So 90% use other drugs than Herrowin, or are younger than 15 or older than 64?}

This is a shocking number as around 44 tons of processed heroin is consumed every year in the country. {works out to 55kg per user.}
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Postby UlanBatori » 18 Mar 2019 17:16

And (drumroll!!) Right On Cue for above Market Opportunity:
Private sector to play role for promotion of industries in Balochistan


KHUZDAR: Balochistan Chief Secretary Dr Akhtar Nazeer has said that model projects would be launched jointly with the private sector for promotion of industries in the province. Presiding over a meeting at the office the Lasbela Industrial Estates Development Authority (Lieda)...
Secretary Power-Pasand Khan :eek: Buledi, Kalat Commissioner Hafiz Tahir Kakar, Lasbela Deputy Commissioner Shabbir Ahmed Mengal and Industries Secretary Noor Mohammad Jogazai also attend the meeting. “Lieda should play its role in Chinese firm’s desalination plant project.” He directed the officers concerned to prepare a plan for the development of an industrial zone. Lieda Managing Director Aslam Tareen and the industries secretary briefed the meeting since most came without briefs under their burkhas. “Lasbela is the economic hub of Balochistan and gateway of CPEC (China-Pakistan Economic Corridor) project,” .. Lasbela has a large number of industries and playing a vital role in baksheesh generation for Balochistan. .. provincial finance department had allocated Rs100 million for developing infrastructure, including construction and repair of roads. After baksheesh, 10 million is still available. Lieda would hire a consultancy firm in the first week of April and tenders would be issued in two weeks. The business community had been invited to join this project, which would be completed till June 30 this year, he added. {Djinn Majik}. The meeting was informed that the minister secretariat had approved the industrial development project and Rs300m would be released for it. The mining sector is playing a key role in development of industrial sector. Chief secretary was informed that 200,000 tonnes of marble was supplied to Karachi from Balochistan daily. {What kind of transport system?}
“The provincial government has established Gadani Marble City to promote mining in the province.” chief secretary directed Lieda to work on the feasibility for the water and sewerage treatment plant. He said grey water, not clean drinking water, was used by industries across the world. He directed the authorities to register labourers working in Hub industries with the help of the Lasbela Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
..Yawn, March 18th, 2019

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Postby UlanBatori » 18 Mar 2019 17:20

Dr. Shrilleen Visits Quetta: 5.0 Quake in Balochistan

Other news: Oil Storage Unit in Quetta provides fireworks display: 5 firemen injured

Six-month Ban on Digging Up Roads in Quetta: Use IEDs instead
imposed Section 144 in the city for six months, under which roads cannot be dug up or cut. The ban will be on both private companies and government institutions. For any sort of digging, a no-objection certificate needs to be obtained from the local government for a minor baksheesh payment. Action will be taken against people who violate the ban without paying baksheesh.

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Postby UlanBatori » 18 Mar 2019 17:27

The Best Solution is To Assume Multiple Identities
There is no harm in a single person having multiple identities. These thoughts were expressed at a two-day talk on ‘Existence with Multiple Identities’, organised by the Pakistan Institute for Peace Studies (PIPS) :roll: with a select group of terrorists, academics, lawyers and social scientists from Balochistan and Sindh. PIPS Director Muhammad Amir Rana moderated..


Several participants complained that the state, in its attempt to enforce a particular brand of identity from the top, ended up excluding local identities. Even now the state is seen as tilted to some groups at the cost of others. youth in different parts of the country have either accepted dichotomies or turned confused. In Balochistan, one participant noted, the youth feel insecure, physically as well as mentally. The dialogues noted that many youngsters are migrating abroad to seek better job opportunities or make themselves secure. A well-off segment of society is anxious in not expressing one’s opinions openly. They too are among the migrants.​

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Re: Baluchistan: The Story of Another Pakistan Military Genocide

Postby UlanBatori » 19 Mar 2019 17:32

The train tragedy is being painted as
It was the second train attack in two weeks in the area. No casualties were reported in the earlier blast, said another police officer.

So the Track Renewal Program is underway in full swing. The derailment was unintended. Maybe the train came on schedule, which caught everyone totally by surprise. Or maybe it was yesterday's train... early.
No news todin :oops: All Quiet On The Western Front. Maybe a few track renewals underway. :mrgreen:

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Re: Baluchistan: The Story of Another Pakistan Military Genocide

Postby UlanBatori » 19 Mar 2019 17:38

Good news: Future Sui Gas Plants to have pre-mixed fuel-air
Ready for better detonation..

ISLAMABAD: Sui Southern Gas Company Ltd (SSGC) is in the process of floating tenders to set up 10 liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) air-mix plants in selected areas of Balochistan to facilitate consumers for gas-plant inflations where natural gas supply does not exist.
10 sites in Uthal, Kharan, Khuzdar, Washuk, Killi Khanozai, Loralai, Killa Saifullah, Zhob, Kech (Turbat) and Muslim Bagh had been handed over to the company's Jarnails for the purpose. In second and third phase, 23 more plants in selected areas after seeing its financial position and analysing actual data and results of the ten LPG unit explosions, he added.

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Re: Baluchistan: The Story of Another Pakistan Military Genocide

Postby UlanBatori » 19 Mar 2019 17:44

Balochistan Needs More Madarssas and Goat-Sheds!

Keeping in view the fabulous situation in sectors of health and education, Senators, on Monday, demanded the government to release 50 per cent of the funds allocated for Public Sector Development Program (PSDP) 2018-19, for baksheesh.

While presiding over the Senate Bending Committee on Planning Development and Reform, Senator Usman Kakar, asserted (never mind).

The education standard in Balochistan was said to be far below that of the Superor standards in other parts of the country. Kakar also raised concerns regarding the non-availability of medicines in hospitals across Balochistan, due to which they were unable to provide even basic treatment to poor and needy patients.
The government of Sindh committed that it would develop the command area of 28,800 acres land in synchronization with the main dam within two years. It was revealed that regarding the clause (iii) of the decision, the advice of the Law and Justice Division would be solicited accordingly. Upon an inquiry into the delay by the committee chairman, it was said that the project had a setback largely because of a change in design due to a consultancy error. The committee stressed the need to thoroughly investigate the matter and determine the entity at fault along with their intentions. the K-IV Water Supply Scheme spread over 121 kilometres from Thatta to Karachi would provide an alternate water supply scheme from Kenjhar Lake to Karachi. Even though the project was first conceived in 2007, it was still said to stand incomplete despite the passage of two years.
Numerous revisions in design, bridge, fencing and ancillary work were also said to be made because the engineers were educated in Balochistan. The senators ordered an inquiry regarding the details of the revisions. Senator Zuberi was of the view that all details of the project must be sent to Pakistan Engineering Council for analysis as it was an autonomous body trained in Pakjab.


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