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Anwarul Haq Kakar has said that no one in Balochistan is angry with Pakistan, but the Baloch are talking about a separate homeland.

Anwarul Haq Kakar has said that no one in Balochistan is angry with Pakistan, but the Baloch are talking about a separate homeland.

Speaking in the program ‘Live with Adil Shahzeb’ of Pakistani TV channel Dawn News, Caretaker Prime Minister of Hakistan Anwar Haq Kakar said that the problem of missing persons in Balochistan is not so simple and it is difficult to solve it easily.

In his interview to the Pakistani journalist, the caretaker Prime Minister of Pakistan said regarding the victims of Baloch forced disappearance that the problem of missing persons should be solved. No one has ever fixed the criminal justice system, isn’t it the responsibility of the state to protect unarmed people, all emphasize the point that missing persons should be brought back.

It should be noted that this is the first statement of its kind by any Pakistani Prime Minister about the independence of Balochistan. This is different from the previous governments, where Balochistan’s secession movement from Pakistan has been called the problem of a few disgruntled Balochs, and invitations for talks have been issued by these governments.

Anwar Haq Kakar, who also belongs to the Pashtun belt of Balochistan, is the Prime Minister of Pakistan during the current Pakistani caretaker period and has a strong opposition to the Baloch movement.

Balochistan’s political and freedom-loving organizations describe Prime Minister Anwarul Haq Kakar and his caretaker cabinet as being supported by the Pakistani establishment and involved in the ongoing state crackdown against the Baloch movement in Balochistan and strongly criticize his government.

The leader of the recent Baloch protests, Anwar Haq Kakar and his cabinet, have been accused of using violence against the Baloch missing persons and taking political revenge, while Anwar Haq Kakar openly opposes the protests of the families of the missing persons. In an event, he asked journalists, writers and members of civil society to join the Baloch armed movement for supporting Baloch missing persons.

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