Gilgit-Baltistan:Interior Minister and Accusations

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Karachi (By Noor Muhammad): Interior Minister Rehman Malik has been accusing the people of Gilgit-Baltistan of being involved in the killings in Karachi and Balochistan. In fact, he never lets go of any opportunity to lay the blame for the killings in these places on the people of GB, most probably because he knows that the 2.5 million people, who are not even represented in the national parliament, will not be able to challenge him.

The minister needs to substantiate his allegations with proof, if he has any. If he cannot prove the allegations, then he should keep silent.

A number of people from Gilgit-Baltistan have been killed in Karachi and other cities of the country, but so far none of the killers have been arrested or even identified. Will it be justifiable, in this situation, to say that the people of Pakistan are killing the people of GB? It will not, because, it is not the truth.

Even if some people of GB are involved in terrorism or other crimes, the learned senator shall not mention the name of GB, because they are in no way representatives of the peaceful people who live in the highlands.


One thought on “Gilgit-Baltistan:Interior Minister and Accusations

    Fida Hussain said:
    November 15, 2012 at 11:23 am

    Dear colleagues,

    it is not fair, even, rejecting Rahman Malik’s claim and one can not negate of GB peoples involvement in such activities because a number of families in the region are seen have lost their educated, civilized children / youngsters from home are are waiting for their return. The only solution of negating such allegations is that, GB Government / Federal Government should consider conducting a door to door survey and NADRA’s record to verify family members of each family, there current where about, if not available, at home and business/ institute where the young children currently studying. This will help verifying were “where about” of our people.

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