Unity should be based on strong discipline, principles and accountability – BSO-Azad
Date 2012-10-19 | Topic: Quetta
|Baloch Student Organisation - Azad held its second Central Committee meeting on October, 16 in Kalat city of Balochistan. The chairman of BSO-Azad, Baloch Khan Baloch, presided the gathering. |
Quarterly reports, organizational matters, national and International politics and further policies were the key point of the discussion of the meeting. The meeting also devised new policies to make the organisation more effective and active in future.
Addressing the CC members the chairman of the organization, Baloch Khan, said that strong organisation and building trust in Baloch nation was the key to success. “We should depend on our nation instead of having expectations from any third party or foreigners. We can be successful in the movement only when we have the Baloch masses on our side.”
The leader of BSO-Azad further said that different nations gave enormous sacrifices for their survival and in doing so they were also affected by the negative propaganda of those who tried to create division in their ranks but with mass support of their people they accumulated strength and help them succeeded in achieving their goals.
He further said there has been rises and declines in the national movement at different times; lessons should be learnt from the failure and successes. The strength and weakness should be taken into account while devising future policies as it will help strengthen the cause of liberation. He said brining momentum in struggle and national consciousness in the general public can defeat the occupier.
“The International forces cannot liberate any nation. Though the Baloch people may enjoy support of international community but it is the Baloch nation that has to struggle and give sacrifices to achieve the ultimate goal. The Baloch struggle is a historical struggle and it is not dependent on any International powers. Today the Baloch struggle is facing challenges at different fronts, which include religious extremism, out-dated tribal mentality and the political collaborators of the enemy,” he said.
Mr. Khan further said that, “it must be clear that we cannot defeat the enemy until and unless we get over our weaknesses. Attainment of independence without strong organization, discipline, ideological and political consciousness is impossible. All the Baloch political organisations involved in struggle for liberation should follow these principles because we can only give a bright future to our nation when we follow these principles.
“Debates on these issues in news statements and televisions debates are the need of the time. We will be successful to inform the world about Pakistani brutalities only after removing the frailties in our ranks.”
Chairman Baloch Khan said, unity was the need of time among Baloch political forces but the unity should be based on strong discipline and principles backed by strong accountability. However, unity that lacks discipline and regulation doesn’t last long.
“The occupier is using its all means against the Baloch political parties to make the conditions favourable for upcoming elections. Pakistani military and judiciary are trying hard to paint the Baloch movement as an internal affair of Pakistan. The Baloch nation should understand all these tactics of the enemy and they should struggle against the tyranny on practical basis,” said Mr Baloch Khan Baloch.