The never investigated killing of three Baloch leaders


By Malik Siraj Akbar While brutally shooting three top Baloch nationalist leaders last month at an unknown location near Turbat district, the murderers must have been comforted that no genuine investigation would ever follow to trail their roots. The eyewitnesses who saw Balochistan National Movement chairman Ghulam Mohammad Baloch, vice president Lala Munir Ahmed Baloch … Continue reading

Interview on VoA


I spoke in an hour-long talk show on the Vice of America (Urdu Service) tonight about the abduction of John Solecki. Reputed broadcaster, Nafisa Hoodbhoy, hosted the show. The other guests included Dr. Hakeem Lehri, the central leader of the Baloch Republican Party (BRP), Irfan Saeed, the bureau chief of Online News Agency [ which … Continue reading

John Solecki and Qambar Baloch—A reminder to the people of the USA and UN


Now that only a few hours are to go from the deadline given by the Baloch Liberation United Front (BLUF) about the release of John Solecki, I have to utter a few words to the Americans. Never before in my life time have I been so badly disappointed with the people of the United States … Continue reading

Bramdagh threatens to ‘repay’ the PPP


By Malik Siraj Akbar QUETTA: While hundreds of activists of the Baloch Republican Party (BRP) protested on Monday in front of Quetta press club against the ‘disappearance’ of its central secretary general Dr. Bashir Azeem, the fugitive chief of the BRP Nawabzada Bramdagh Bugti pledged to ‘repay’ the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) for its ‘brutal … Continue reading

Wait a little, please


I know many of you have visited my blog to read the latest Exclusive Interview I conducted with Nawabzada Bramdagh Bugti. Actually, I was taking a little time to come up with the whole text of the interview on my own blog. I will try to bring you that interview as soon as possible. Wait … Continue reading

Govt withdraws all perks to ‘renegade’ Bugti commanders


The government of Balochistan has announced a withdrawal of all perks and privileges – including the use of state vehicles and security – enjoyed by ‘renegade’ commanders formerly associated with late Nawab Akbar Bugti. According to the sources, the announcement was made following a decision by these commanders to draw back support for the government, … Continue reading

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