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Crisis in Balochistan

10 February, 2005

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Gas installations in the province of Balochistan are contributing handsomely towards national economy. Recently some anti-national elements have taken the law and order situation in their owns hand by harming the on going development projects in the province of Balochistan.

Current government has decided to take tough measures for such installations' security and the people living near these installations will be moved to safer places.

The element of involvement of foreign hand in impairing Balochistan situation could also be not ruled out.

1. Do you think some tribal chiefs in Balochistan are involved in harming these projects including national installations, power towers and railway tracks.

2. Do you think government should pursue a path national reconciliation by engaging all the stakeholders in a dialogue process or a tough military operation should be taken against the culprits ?

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