SWEDEN (NORWAY): Khan Kalat have arrived along with his munshi Mehrab Sarjov, a known Ex- SAVAK agent, in Norway, where he will speak to at an event organized by Iranian Jondullah associates and supporters. Khan Kalat angered Balochs all over the world when he appointed a die hard Jundullah supporter Mr. Hossienbor to testify at the hearing on Balochistan. Jundullah is listed as terrorist organization by the State Dept. Many people believe, Khan, who lacks political support among Baloch Diaspora and back home inside Balochistan, is desperately seeking help of Jundullah supporters to establish his Khanate or Kingdom in Balochistan. He wants to be called "his highness" or Amīr al-Mu’minīn, as he is very religious. His close family members, including his brothers, are members of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam, a pro-Taliban and Pro- Al-qaida religious extremist party in Pakistan. His son Mohamad Ahmadzai was seen sitting on the lap of Pakistani military core commander waving Paki flag and celebrating Pakistan’s day with him. Many people believe Khan Kalat is playing double games. "One should throw some eggs and tomato’s on him for playing double games and riding two horses at the same time," said a Baloch activists, from Eastern Balochistan, in Oslo.
Many people in Balochistan don’t have a favorable opinion about Khan Kalat and his family because of his grand father sold Balochs to Pakistan by signing the document of accession with Pakistan against the Baloch will and mandate. Many of his family members, who are staunch supporters of Taliban, are still minister in Balochistan Government and enjoying full Pakistan’s ISI and military support and protection. Khan Kalat, like his grandfather, is very religious. According to Waleed Gorbani, a well known Baloch activist in UK, Khan Kalat and his family members have called to eliminate Zikiris, a small religious minority group of Balochs in Makarn, unless they convert to Islam. Once Khan Kalat’s grandfahter was asked, Why did you join (an independent State of Kalat) with Pakistan? "I saw Prophet Muhamamd Sallallahu Alieh Wassalam in my dream, he ordered me to join Pakistan," Khan of Kalat replied. >>
Here are some related links:
INSTRUMENT OF ACCESSION OF KALAT STATE ( Document of Slavery)
Mystery shrouds Khan of Kalat’s son statement, first Afghan exile
Khan of Kalat, aide shy to answer questions over his Afghan asylum
Berlin Conference: Mulling Over Balochistan, Et Al
On Fri, Apr 27, 2012 at 6:57 AM, Che Mureed <hat21> wrote:
Anyone who believes that Khan should be the King of Baluchistan then it is their democratic right to rally behind Khan; however, if you want a Democratic Republic of Baluchistan then you need to think out of the box. There is an ocean of difference between a political party and political organisation. The JWP was established to take part in the Pakistani elections. Taking of arms by Nawab Akbar Bugti signalled the end of JWP. Once you demand independence then there is no need for a Pro Pakistan party. What we have suggested is to establish a political organisation that views Pakistan as foreign colonial occupier. The organisation only strives for independent Baluchistan.
The Sardari system was first used by The House of Khan to serve The House of Khan. The British imperialist used the Sardari system to colonise Baluchistan. Pakistani authority occupied Baluchistan through the Sardari system, Pakistan could have abolished the Sardari system through a serious of reforms but Pakistan used the Sardari system to maintain its colonial rule. In 1948 Sardars were the first to support Pakistan. Hence throughout the history the only losers under the Sardari System have been the Baluch Nation.
Last King of India Bahadur Shah Zafar refused to sign annexation treaty with British. Every morning the British presented a treaty paper and one of his son’s head with a warning, sign the paper or tomorrow would be turn of your next son. The British continued with this cruelty until all eight sons of the King’s were beheaded and finally the King himself was hanged. The result is the British rule was viewed as a oppressive colonial rule. Nauroz Khan also refused to sign a letter of apology and preferred death/imprisonment. However, Khan Yar Mohammad did sign the annexation; Khan wrote he did not had the authority to sign because Khan empowered the Upper House and Lower House in 1945 to make decision behalf of Baluch Nation. The two houses decision was independent Baluchistan. Sardar Mengal signed a treaty with General Zia and Nawab Khair Bux Marri visited Islamabad in PAF C130 and accepted payments for himself, his son’s and Marri. Today may be 98% of Sardar view their vested interest with Pakistan. The Khan, Nawab Khair bux Marri and Akbar Bugti’s heir to crown are waving Pakistani flag. Akthar Mengal also has taken many U-turns.
The point here is not to praise or criticize but to realize that an individualistic approach is not the way forward. A Nation fate must not be left in hands of individuals. An individual however good or bad cannot be empowered to decide the fate of a Nation. Even Gandhi was under the umbrella of Congress. Individual can take positive or negative U turn; a good example is Nawab Akbar Bugti. What we need is a mechanism that ensures that an individual’s decision does not harm the movement. What we need is an organisation which unites people on clear policies, clear vision for Baluchistan and directions. In an independent Baluchistan, are we going to have Nawabs, Sardars and King? The days of Nawabs, Sardars and Kings are over. Today the war of independence in Baluchistan is being fought by the Sarmachars; the Sarmachars through their hard struggles over the years have brought Pakistani army to knees.
Before we proceed to ask any questions, let me make it clears the Sarmachars should continue to fight as they see fit.
Let us ask just ask few Questions:
· Where is your our unified body?
· Criteria for selection of leadership?
· What is the policy of this body for Pre and Post Independence?
· What is the road map of for pre and post independence?
· What are the policies towards empowering the ordinary Baluch?
· Land Reforms Policies?
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