Why middle class leaders are killed?

Raziq Bugti a middle class baloch was killed within one year when is told a TV channel –political parties and “Sardari system” cannot run together

Gulam Mohammad was killed when dealing with  Khair Baux Marri went raw on a kidnaping.

Similarities between the deaths of Raziq Bugti and PWP leader Nasrullah Khan Kakar, who was killed on March 1, 2006,

— they opposed sardars for blackmailing the government on development projects in Balochistan.


Sardari system to go, says Raziq Bugti

Saturday, September 23, 2006
ISLAMABAD: Spokesman Balochistan government Raziq Bugti on Friday said “Sardai system” is moving towards its end in the province.

Talking to a TV channel, he said political parties and “Sardari system” cannot run together. He said, now “Sardari system” is not very strong. Raziq Bugti said even in the present Sardari system there is no representation of Makran, Bela, Murree and also of Pushtoon area which is also a part of Balochistan.

He said recently there was a big gathering of opposition in Quetta but it was just preparation for the upcoming elections next year, adding there are differences between the opposition leaders also. The government of Balochistan is involved and knows about all the ongoing projects in the province, he added.

Pakistani bystanders look at the body of Baluchistan provincial spokesman, Raziq Bugti as it lies in a vehicle after gunmen shot him dead in Quetta, 27 July 2007. Gunmen ambushed the car of the government spokesman in Pakistan's restive southwestern province of Baluchistan on 27 July and shot him dead, police said

Pakistani bystanders look at the body of Baluchistan provincial spokesman, Raziq Bugti as it lies in a vehicle after gunmen shot him dead in Quetta, 27 July 2007. Gunmen ambushed the car of the government spokesman in Pakistan‘s restive southwestern province of Baluchistan on 27 July and shot him dead, police said

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