Noori’s Balochistan? Please come clean Khan Kalat 

Azeem Baloch

Khan Kalat in his recent statement issued by his Munishi Sarjov said that he will take Noori’s Balochistan back and criticized his son for hoisting Paki flag on Pakistan’s Independence Day but fall short to disown him and declare him as the traitor son. He said that his grandfather’s close friend and legal adviser Mr. Mohmmad Ali Jinnah, to whom his grandfather acceded his Kalat State, unilaterally, against the Baloch will and mandate, regretted for making Pakistan. Thanks to Khan Kalat for holding this secret for this long and not sharing it with everyone until now. This indicates his loyalty to Pakistan and complicity and now he wants to take the Noori’s Balochistan back from Pakistan.

Those who’s sold the Noori’s Balochistan to begin with in the first place, put the Baloch lives in danger and pushed them into permanent Pakistani slavery, how can they save Balochistan now?

(FYI: Mir Nasir Khan Noori, aka Khan-e`-Baluch-VI, was a religious Islamic fanatic cruel Baloch King. He killed many Zikiris Balochs of makoran and forced them to convert into Islam for which he was given the title of Ghazie-Deen (Hero of Islam) and Nasir-e-Millat-e-Mohammadiya (the supporter of the followers of Islam’s Prophet Mohammad). No wonder Khan Kalat wants to re-establish his great grandfather’s little Islamic caliphte and wants to be the called as “Amir-ul-Momineen” (the leader of Islam), like Taliban leader Mullah Omar.

Khan Kalat’s grandfather Mir Ahmed Yar Khan betrayed Baloch Nation and unilaterally signed the document of accessionwith Jinnah of Pakistan against the Baloch will and mandate to merge Balochistan to Pakistan. How can they now free Balochistan from Pakistan after committing such a big crime and blunder against Baloch Nation??

Can we ask this Khan how he can do it? Does he have an army to defeat the Pakistani and Iranian powerful armies or is he being unrealistic and sucidal?

OR, Is he going to do it by;

1. Shouting in London along with his hired Munshi Mullah Sarjove, an Iranian well known thug and proven SAVAKagent?
2. Or, with the help of Jundullah terrorists?
3. Or, with the help of his pro-Taliban/Pro-Al-Qaida religious brothers of JUI who were organizing Islam Zindabad Conference right next door to his house right there in his own hometown Kalat ?
4. Or, by telling the world that he wants to establish his littleIslamic Kingdom (Khanate) and declare Islam as it’s state religion whether someone likes it or not, and kill all the non-Muslim Zikri Balochs if they don’t convert to Islam and if a Baloch journalist ask him why he will tell him angrily , “F*K the mother of worlds“. Who told you to ask this questions”?
5. And, by sending his son to hoist the Paki flag and shout Pakistan Zidabad? Why he doesn’t disown him of his heir-ship? and declare him as a traitor son?
• Son say father is wrong, Father say no his son is wrong.
• Son say his father is delusional, Father Say, no his son is delusional.
• Son says his father is misguided by Sarjov, Father says, no his son is misguided by Aali Bugti.
• So, who is right and who is wrong??? Is it the father or the Son????

Who are they trying to fool here with their double games?

There are confirmed report from reliable sources that Khan Kalat sent his son purposefully to collect his Paki subsides on his behalf, protect and save the title of “Khan Kalat”, maintain the outdated Sardari and Nawabi system and collaborate with Paki military to conspire against Baloch nationalists and freedom fighters to get more of them killed and prepare himself to be crowned as the new Khan Kalat, the future king of Kalat with his father’s blessing and with the help of his grandmother Begum Jamila Daud and Governor Magsi.

We have also learned that Khan Kalat called his son on the night of Pakistan Independence Day and congratulated him for hoisting the Paki Flag. ”Son I’m so proud of you. You have maintained and kept the grandfather’s traditions.” he told him on the Skype.

Khan Kalat talk to his son every night over the Skype thinking that no body knows and his conversation can not be traced or recorded but they say walls have ears and eyes. Nothing can be hidden in these days. If Khan is not playing double games then why he doesn’t declare his rebel son as a traitor and dis-own him from his heir-ship? Why his son is living in his house and taking care of his “business” on his behalf?

How long these Khans, Nawabs and Sardars fool the ordinary Baloch people and play these cruel jokes and double games with the Baloch Nation.

Here are some questions for Khan Kalat to answer to Baloch Nation;
1. Does Khan Kalat admits that his grandfather Mir Ahmed Yar Khan betrayed the Baloch Nation and made a big blunder by signing the document of accession against Baloch will andmandate?
2. Is Khan Kalat is ready to render a public apology on behalf of his grandfather for that historic blunder.
3. Is Khan Kalat admits and apologize that he made a big blunder by appointing an Iranian Jundullah associate Mr. Borrto testify at the hearing on Eastern Balochistan, ignoring and sidelining the genuine Baloch leadership with a track record of Baloch political activism in in North America, who supported him through thick and thin this whole time. The appointment of Mr. Borr put a big question mark on the credibility of the hearing and Christine Fair, one of the witness at the hearing, who called the hearing a political stunt, later wrote, “I don’t understand why they brought in an Iranian Baloch to testify for Pakistani Balochistan. His remarks were particularly irrelevant.“
4. Can Khan Kalat make sure that he will not repeat such mistakes and blunders in the future to not discredit the genuine Baloch leaders and their work.
5. Can Khan Kalat admits that he is being misguided by his Ahmaq Munishi who is known Iranian SAVAK agent?
6. Can Khan Kalat disassociate himself fromJundullah terrorist and Proven SAVAK agents?
7. Can Khan Kalat tell the Baloch Nation that why he fled Pakistan and went into self-exile to Afghanistan and what was the deal with the Paki army GHQ that enabled him to return to Pakistan after that incident of the late 1980s?
8. Can he explain why he invited Gen Musharraf in his Palace in Kalat for dinner in 2005 and why after the meeting military operation started in Dera Bugti?
9. Can he explain why he discredited Nawab Bugti’s great sacrifices and martyrdom for Baloch nation by calling it a egoistic adventure to insult him in front a public audience in London?
10. Can Khan Kalat publicly apologize for that blunder and insult of great Baloch martyr Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti?
11. Can he disown his son from his heir-ship and declare him a traitor son and disassociate himself from his extremist pro-Taliban brothers and Jundullah terrorists?

If not then Khan Kalat should not shout for freedom to fool the world.


Bugti died for his ego, not for Baloch Cause: Khan Kalat

Please watch the following video in which Khan Kalat insulting and degrading great Shaheed Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti, his sacrifices and martyrdom, on his 2nd anniversary in London in front of a Baloch audience, calling it a egoistic adventure and not for the Baloch National cause. This speech ticked many Baloch around the world and especially Bugti’s grandson Brhamdagh Bugti, who refused to shake hand with Khan Kalat unless he publicly apologize for his blunder and lowly remarks against Shaheed Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti.


Khan Kalat’s Son Calls For Collective Efforts to Stabilize Pakistan (14th August 2012)




ZIARAT: Prince Mohammad Khan Ahmadzai, a son of the Khan of Kalat Mir Suleman Dawood, has called for collective efforts for the stabilization of Pakistan by sinking personal differences.

He was the chief guest of an event at Quaid-e-Azam Residency in Ziarat on Tuesday which was organized to celebrate Pakistan’s independence day.
The son of the Kan of Kalat said, “we achieved Pakistan after a lot of sacrifices and now it is our duty to sink our personal differences and play a positive role for Pakistan’s security and stability.

Some Facts about Khan Kalat


Dear Shabir Ahmed,
No body is criticizing Khan Kalat, but we are just narrating the facts and the facts> I Know they can be bitter some time but they can not be changed, hidden or disrtorted. Let me ask you this;
  1. Isn’t this a fact that Khan Kalat’s son was sitting with the butcher of Balochistan, FC Core Commander General Alam Khattak , who has blood of hundred of Baloch youths, hoisting Paki flag with him, cleberating Pakistan day over the dead bodies of Balochs.
2. Isn’t Khan Kalat’s entire family is against him and don’t trust or support him on his so called “Call for indpendence”? (If your son and close family memeber don’t trsut or support you then there seems to be big problem, unless Khan Kalat is palying double game, which seems likely is the case).
3. Didn’t Khan Kalat’s grand father Mir Ahmaed Yar Khan sold Balochistan to Pakistan by signing the document of Accession (Document of death warrant of millions of Balochs) with Mohmmad Ali Jinnah against the Baloch will (despite both upper and lower Baloch houses voted unanimously against the merger), claiming that he did it because he was ordered by Prophet Mohmmad to do so in his dream. (If Prophet Muhammad was so in love with Pakistan, why didn’t he ask Saudi King and other Muslim rulers of Islamic countries to join Pakistan too?)
4. didn’t Khan Kalat’s grand father Mir Ahmaed Yar Khan  weighed Qaid Azum Mohamad Ali Jinnah and his sister into Golds and Silvers and give it to them as gift where the ordinary Baloch slept in hunger with empty stomach.
5. Didn’t Khan Kalat sold the most attractive part of Balochistan, Quetta district and adjoining territories, to the British government in 1883 for an annual grant of Rs. 25000 and non of the money received was used for the welfare of ordinary Baloch people, or built any Road, Hospital or School for ordinary Balochs, but was pocketed and was used to build palaces for themselves.
6. Didn’t Khan Kalat sold Gwadar to Taimur Sultan of Oman in 1783.
7. Recently Khan Kalat sold a piece of priceless diamond-studded Baloch crown and a centuries old carpet of Kalat palace, that belonged to Baloch National heritage, to multi millions dollars in Dubai and bought himself a nice home in Cardiff, U.K for cash, instead of using money to take Balochistan’s case to the ICJ as he was supposed to do so.
8. The lust of selling Baloch land and resources continue as the current Khan Kalat Mir Suleman Daud Ahmadzai is joining hands with Afghanistan’s Northen Alliance Warlords to sell the Balochistan’s natural wealth and Gwadar port to higher bidder such as UNOCAL and other oil and gas giant companies in exchange for to re-establish his monarchy (Khanate) with the help of some Iranian thugs, Savak agents and Jundullah terrorists.  He is shouting loudly slogans of Azadee (Freedom) from London, while his son sits on the lap of Core commander, shouting “Pakistan Zindabad” and waving Paki flags over the bullet riddled dead bodies of Baloch people. What a cruel Joke with Baloch nation??
 Riaz Baloch (A Baloch Patriot)

Five questions to Khan Kalat from the free world

Khan Kalat, can you dare to say ““F**k the mother of the free world, who are you to raise these questions?” 

Why Khan Kalat had fled Pakistan and gone into self-exile to Afghanistan?

Only people who have clean records and not associated with any militancy or acts of terrorism should make presentations before the House of Representatives. These people include Mehran Baluch, former senator Sanaullah Baloch, Dr. Jumma Marri, and Kachkol Ali.

If they be people from USA to speak at the House of Representatives,we have leaders from Eastern Balochistan like Speaker Waheed Baloch, Razzak Baloch, Dr. Wahid Baloch etc, intellectuals like Malik Siraj Akbar etc or Dr. Malek Towghi  from Western Balochistan who had no association with any terror outfit like Jundollah.

As an American taxpayer I call upon the Khan of Kalat Mir Suleiman Daud Ahmadzai to be honest with the US taxpayers and tell us the reasons why he had fled Pakistan and gone into self-exile to Afghanistan? What was the  deal with the army GHQ that enabled him to return to Pakistan after that incident of the late 1980s?

{{ …and what was the deal with the ISI when he left for the Gulf region,   with a Pakistan passport and official Pakistani exit permission, and then Europe ?? … and what was the reason that his (the Khan’s and a former Baloch senetor’s names  were put in the ECL (Exit Control List) after they had left Pakistan safely ??? More questions to come, e.g. about the money the Khan has been collecting ostensibly for taking the case of Balochistan to The Hague international court ….. 









Added by Malek Towghi }}

The Father, the Son and the Naughty IG

If Khan Kalat’s own son and his close family members does not trust him, then there seems to be a problem and he shouldn’t claim to be the leader of Baloch Nation, unless he have sent his son by himself to Pakistan to make a secret deal with Pakistan’s military and clear his way for his return and now he is trying to play double games and ride two horses at the same time.


News Analysis: The Father, the Son and the Naughty IG

By Malik Siraj Akbar




IN BALOCH traditions, if a boy is too rebellious and hard to control, the best thing for the folks in the neighborhood is to reach out to his father. If the father is not at home, they would most likely reach out to the boy’s elder brother.

Major General Ubaidullah Khan, the Inspector General of the Frontier Corps (FC), is not a Baloch, nor is he from Balochistan. Therefore, he does not know the rules of engagement while dealing with Balochistan. It was hilarious for many people to learn that he applied this rule  in the opposite way. He reached out to the son of the Khan of Kalat to seek his help to bring his father on the ‘right’ (read official) track.

Can you imagine how the I.G. would have conversed with the Khan’s son if he spoke Balochi?

He would have probably said, “Aday Wathi Pissa Samjahen!” [ Boy, make your dad behave well].

The confident son, who also attended the Pakistan Day ceremony with the Corps Commander, assured the I.G. that his father would behave and he would also persuade him to return to Balochistan. The top F.C. officer was too delighted. He impatiently wanted to break the great news. For him, it seemed to be the greatest diplomatic breakthrough of all times. He convened a press conference and informed everyone that the Khan’s son had promised to convince his disillusioned father to come back to Balochistan. Politically naive, the I.G. seems to have thought that he required only a week time to resolve the Balochistan crisis once and for all. It was a good, but a failed, effort.

There are two fundamental problems attached to this official approach.

Firstly, the army and the F.C have become main actors in the Balochistan conflict. They can do a great favor in conflict management if they only stay away and allow the civilian government to initiate a dialogue process. Having done that, they also have an important responsibility to cooperate with such a broad-based dialogue process and and honestly offer all support they can to make sure that a political process is not derailed. The derailment of rapprochement in Balochistan has historically come from the military and the F.C. While politicians engage in talks, sometimes (as happened in 2004-05) a military captain is either blamed for raping a lady doctor at a gas plant in Balochistan or the FC is seen shooting at a political rally killing activists.

Secondly, there seems to be some cultural misunderstanding when the armed forces try to impose a peace model which may have successfully worked elsewhere in Pakistan. There is a reason why these two security organizations continue to fail in what they may call their ‘true’ and ‘sincere’ efforts to resolve the Balochistan conflict. The army mainly comprises of the Punjabis while the FC is heavily manned with Pashtuns of FATA. Considering the absolute absence and under-representation of the Baloch in both the forces, the top strategists in these organizations fail to understand the Baloch culture and negotiating style. If there was a sizable portion of Baloch officers in the army or FC, they could at least provide honest advice and a workable strategy to their top bosses before reaching out to the Baloch leaders. For instance, the Pashtuns in the Pakistan army play a key role in advising the army how to negotiate with the Taliban. That strong element is missing when it comes to reaching out to the Baloch.

Thirdly, the army does not know how to play politics but it continues to insist upon doing so. It is not primarily trained to run businesses but it is bent upon running the country’s businesses. As said above, it does not have a successful history of brokering deals with the Baloch but it also refuses to pave the way for political actors to come forward to decide what can best work in Balochistan. In the past, the military has committed two types of blunders in the province in its conflict resolution strategies. First, it pitted Baloch tribes, family members and neighbors against each other. One among several examples is the crowning of Mir Aali Bugti as the Nawab of the Bugti tribe only to discredit is anti-government cousin Bramdagh Bugti. The experiment should have succeeded by now considering the fact that apolitical generals induct the depoliticized Nawab some three years back. Second, the army has off and on offered unsolicited development projects to (what they say) make the Balochs rich, happy and healthier! The opening of the Chamalaang coal project was one such example of the army’s unnecessary involvement in an economic project. In serious conflicts, like Balochistan’s, coal projects headed by the army or schools constructed by the FC, do not make much sense. They only aggravate the situation.

Fourthly, Murtaza Baig, the spokesman for the FC, does not confide with us actually gave the I.G. the formula of reaching out to people’s sons to bring fathers on the negotiation table. I fail to agree that someone in Balochistan gave him this suggestion. The thought must have struck him somewhere in FATA or in Islamabad. In Balochistan, there are already more practical examples to be analyzed before reaching out to another son to please another disillusioned father.

While there is absolute consensus about the significant role the Marris are playing in the current nationalist movement, a son of Nawab Khair Baksh Marri, the ideological father of the current movement, is already the provincial organizer of Nawaz Sharif’s Pakistan Muslim League. If such approaches could work, Jangiz Marri, Nawab Marri’s son in the PML, would have surely convinced his father and brothers long ago to give up their demand for a free Balochistan and become a part of the Pakistani government.

As far as the Khan of Kalat is concerned, he has his merits and demerits. Depending on which side one takes, you can praise him and you can also endlessly criticize him. He has to deal with both sections of the opinion. Only his son can embarrass him.  To ensure damage control, the Khan addressed a press conference and completely disassociated himself with is son saying that he had not interacted with his (now popular) son for the past two years.

The Khan, who know lives in London on exile, came in spotlight in September 2006 after he arranged a grand Jirga in Kalat deciding to take Balochistan’s case (of forced annexation by Pakistan in 1948) to the International Court of Justice.

The Khan can easily be criticized for three reasons: (a) He is too religious (b) He does not have a political party  (c) most of his family members are pro-Pakistan ministers, MPAs and senators and do not share his vision of an independent Balochistan.

What, nonetheless, still makes him look genuine and credible to the Baloch movement, is his unwillingness to surrender before Islamabad. If he had agreed to give up his stance, he could have easily become the governor of Balochistan. As argued above, he does not have a political background or a political party which can sweep polls for him but, in the area’s tribal circle, he is still more respected and powerful than Nawab Raisani, the Chief Minister or Nawab Magsi, the governor. Interestingly, Raisani and Magsi and another powerful tribal chief, Sanaullah Zehri, all attended the Khan’s Jirga in 2006 but eventually all the three betrayed him and joined the government on key positions.

The I.G F.C. has indirectly offered an opportunity to the Khan of Kalat as next general elections get closer. The Khan has turned down the first offer. In such cases, it is in the greater interest of sons not to convey the full message to their fathers if they are themselves interested in eating the larger piece of the cake. Who knows?  Go Prince!