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بابائے جمہوریت میر غوث بخش بزنجو

By Mukhdom Ayub Qureshi

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کامریڈ لینن نے کہا تھا ہر دور کا ایک اسپارٹیکس ہوتا ہے، فرق صرف حالات و واقعات اور ماحول کا ہوتا ہے ورنہ کوئی بھی تحریک اسپارٹیکس سے خالی نہیں ہوتی۔ گلے سڑے اور ظالمانہ نظام کے خلاف ہر جدوجہد کی قیادت کرنے والا اپنے اپنے دور کا اسپارٹیکس ہوتا ہے۔

فرسودہ نظام کے خلاف صدائے حق بلند کرنے والوں میں اسپارٹیکس کا حوصلہ، ہمت اور اپنے لوگوں کے ساتھ کمٹمنٹ ظالمانہ نظام کے خلاف برپا ہونے والی تحریکوں میں روح پھونک دیتا ہے، ایسی ہی ایک مضبوط اور عوام دوست شخصیت کا نام غوث بخش بزنجو ہے۔ میر غوث بخش بزنجو ایک نہیں کئی عوامی تحریکوں کے اسپارٹیکس ہیں۔

اس ملک کی سیاست میں اس عظیم اور بڑے سیاست دان کے نقش قدم پر چلنا ہر سیاسی کارکن اپنے لیے باعث فخر سمجھتا ہے، ان کے نظریاتی دشمن بھی ان کی بااصول اور لازوال سیاسی جدوجہد کے معترف ہیں۔ معروف سیاسی رہنما یوسف مستی خان کہتے ہیں کہ میں نے اپنی زندگی میں میر صاحب سے بڑا سیاستدان اور شاندار انسان نہیں دیکھا، 1917 انقلاب روس کا سال ہے اور اسی سال دسمبر کے مہینے میں میر غوث بخش بزنجو بلوچستان کے گاؤں شانک میں پیدا ہوئے، یہ گاؤں ضلع آواران کے جھاؤ علاقے میں واقع ہے، میر صاحب کے والد کا نام سفر خان تھا۔

ان کا آبائی گاؤں نال، ضلع خضدار میں ہے، میر صاحب ابھی ایک برس کے تھے کہ یتیم ہوگئے، آپ کے دادا سردار فقیر محمد بزنجو 1839 میں محراب خان حکومت میں مکران کے گورنر تھے، وہ تقریباً 45 برس تک گورنر رہے۔ ایک قبائلی سماج میں کسی ایسے یتیم بچے کے لیے زندگی گزارنا آسان نہیں ہوتی جس کے پاس کافی جائیداد بھی ہو اور چھیننے والے بھی طاقت ور ہوں، یہ غوث بخش بزنجو کی ماں ہی جانتی ہے کہ کن دشواریوں سے ایک بیوہ ماں نے طاقتور دشمنوں سے بچا کر اپنے یتیم بچے کو پالا ہوگا۔

میر صاحب کا کہنا ہے کہ والدہ نے بچپن ہی سے مجھ میں بلوچیت کے جراثیم پیدا کردیے تھے (بلوچی قصے کہانیوں کے ذریعے) وہ اسکول کے زمانے میں فٹبال کے کھلاڑی بنے اور اسی فٹبال کی وجہ سے سینڈیمن سے ہوتے ہوئے علی گڑھ جا پہنچے اور وہاں فٹبال ٹیم کے کیپٹن ہوگئے اور جب تک علی گڑھ میں رہے فٹبال کا گولڈ میڈل علی گڑھ کو ہی ملتا رہا، لیکن بابا نے کھلاڑی کب بننا تھا، انھیں تو بے زبان لوگوں کی زبان بننا تھا، ظلم کے خلاف دیوار بننا تھا۔

Bzenjo

علی گڑھ میں پرامن سیاسی ہلچل کے زمانے میں بزنجو مسلم لیگ کے بجائے کانگریس کے حامی بنے اور پھر آہستہ آہستہ ان کا رجحان بائیں بازو کی طرف ہوا۔ وہ چار سال وہاں رہے اور پھر 1938 میں میٹرک کرنے کے بعد واپس آگئے۔ نال میں شادی کی، چار بیٹوں اور تین بیٹیوں کے باپ بنے۔ 38 میں کراچی کی ایک سرگرم تنظیم بلوچ لیگ میں شامل ہوگئے۔ اس تنظیم کے پلیٹ فارم سے قلات میں قلات نیشنل پارٹی کے سالانہ کنونشن میں شریک ہوئے اور پھر اس کے عہدیدار ہوگئے۔

1941 میں قلات نیشنل پارٹی کو آل انڈیا پیپلز کانفرنس کا ممبر بنایا جس کے صدر شیخ عبداﷲ و نائب صدر جواہر لال نہرو تھے۔ 1937 میں کمیونسٹ پارٹی میں شامل ہوئے، جب نیشنل پارٹی پر پابندی لگی تو اس کے خلاف احتجاج کیا، گرفتار ہوئے، جائیداد ضبط ہوئی، جب آمدنی کا کوئی ذریعہ نہ رہا تو تعلیم جاری نہ رکھ سکے۔ مکران بدر ہوئے، جلاوطنی کے یہ احکام دوسری عالمی جنگ کے خاتمے کے بعد واپس لیے گئے۔

مارچ 1948 میں سازشیں رنگ لائیں اور بابا بزنجو کو گرفتار کرکے خضدار جیل کے سپرد کردیا گیا۔ 54 میں کمیونسٹ پارٹی پر پابندی لگی، پھر بزنجو اور دوستوں نے مل کر استمان گل (عوام الناس کی پارٹی) بنا ڈالی۔ 54 میں ہی اس پارٹی کو پاکستان نیشنل پارٹی میں ضم کردیا گیا۔

57 میں پاکستان نیشنل پارٹی (PNP) عوامی نیشنل پارٹی (NAP) بن گئی، لفظ عوامی کا اضافہ مولانا بھاشانی کے مطالبے پر ہوا، ان کی قیادت میں عوامی لیگ کا ایک بڑا دھڑا الگ ہوکر نیشنل عوامی پارٹی میں شامل ہوا تھا، اس طرح نیپ ملک کی سب سے بڑی سیاسی جماعت بن گئی اور بابا بزنجو اس کے لیڈر۔ 58 میں بزنجو اپنے ساتھیوں سمیت ایک بار پھر جیل جا پہنچے قلی کیمپ کی سخت ایذا رسانی، بہیمانہ تشدد، الٹا لٹکایا جانا، نقطہ انجماد سے نیچے کی سردی میں کپڑے اتار کر فرش پر لٹانا اور اوپر ٹھنڈا پانی ڈالنا۔

اسی عوام دشمن دور میں بابا بزنجو نے 1964 میں لیاری سے الیکشن جیتا۔ 1970 کے انتخابات میں نیپ کو بلوچستان سے مکمل اور پختونخوا سے جزوی کامیابی حاصل ہوئی۔ پورے ملک میں واضح اکثریت شیخ مجیب الرحمن کی عوامی لیگ نے حاصل کی تھی لیکن کچھ گماشتہ سیاستدانوں کے ساتھ مل کر الیکشن کے نتائج کو تسلیم نہیں کیا گیا اور ریاست کے حکمرانوں نے مشرقی پاکستان میں آپریشن شروع کر دیا، جس کی بابا بزنجو اور اس کی جماعت نے شدید مخالفت کی لیکن پھر جو ہوا وہ تاریخ کا سیاہ باب ہے۔

باقی بچ جانے والے حصے کو حکمرانوں نے نئے پاکستان کا نام دیا جوکہ ظاہر ہے کہ بے آئین تھا۔ آئین بنانے اور مختلف الخیال جماعتوں اور سیاستدانوں کو نئے آئین پر متفق کرنے میں بھی بابا نے اپنی سیاسی بصیرت کا بھرپور مظاہرہ کیا اور اس طرح 73 کا دستور اتفاق رائے سے منظور ہوا۔ بلوچستان اور پختونخوا میں NAP اور جمعیت علمائے اسلام کی حکومتیں قائم ہوئیں۔ بابا بزنجو بلوچستان کے گورنر بنے اور عطا اﷲ مینگل وزیراعلیٰ۔ یہ حکومت اپنی تمام تر عوام دوستی اور عوامی مقبولیت کے باوجود ایک سال سے بھی کم عرصہ چلی۔

بلوچستان پر بڑے پیمانے پرآپریشن شروع کرکے نیشنل عوامی پارٹی پر پابندی لگا دی گئی۔ بابا بزنجو اپنے ساتھیوں سمیت پھر گرفتار ہوئے۔ 1973 سے لے کر 1978 تک جیل میں رہے جب کہ 5 جولائی 1977 کو جمہوری حکومت ختم ہو گئی۔ جیل سے رہائی کے کچھ عرصے بعد ولی خان اور بابا بزنجو کی سیاسی راہیں جدا ہوگئیں۔

غوث بخش بزنجو افغانی ثور انقلاب کے زبردست حامی تھے جب کہ ولی خان اور این ڈی پی کی قیادت اس انقلاب کی مخالف تھی، ولی خان ضیائی مارشل لا کے لیے بھی خیر سگالی کے جذبات رکھتے تھے جب کہ بزنجو اصولوں کی بنیاد پر ڈکٹیٹر شپ کے سخت مخالف تھے۔ اس طرح بابا بزنجو اور اس کے ساتھیوں نے پاکستان نیشنل پارٹی (PNP) کے پلیٹ فارم سے سیاست کرنا شروع کی۔ بزنجو ضیا کی طرف سے بھٹو پر چلائے جانے والے مقدمے کے بھی خلاف تھے، وہ بھٹو کی پھانسی پر بہت غمگین ہوگئے۔

1981 میں ایم آر ڈی بن گئی لیکن بابا بزنجو کو اس میں شمولیت کی کوئی زیادہ جلدی نہیں تھی، انھوں نے ایم آر ڈی میں شمولیت کے لیے اپنے مطالبات رکھے، قوموں کا حق خود ارادیت اور مرکز کے پاس چار محکمے، باقی سب اختیارات صوبوں کے پاس۔ MRD کی قیادت نے اس فارمولے کو تسلیم کیا اس طرح PNP، ایم آر ڈی کا حصہ بنی۔ اس جماعت کے رہنماؤں اور کارکنوں نے بحالی جمہوریت کی تحریک میں بڑھ چڑھ کر حصہ لیا، قیدوبند کی صعوبتیں برداشت کیں۔

بابا بزنجو ایک بار پھر گرفتار ہوئے اور جیل گئے، رہائی کے بعد پھر جدوجہد شروع کی۔ بابا بزنجو نے اپنی زندگی کے 72 برسوں میں سے 25 سال جیل میں گزارے، جولائی 1989 کو ملک کے سیاسی حلقوں میں اس خبر کو نہایت دکھ کے ساتھ سنا گیا کہ بابا کو کینسر ہوگیا ہے اور پھر 11 اگست 1989 کو بابائے جمہوریت 20 ویں صدی کی کئی لازوال تحریکوں کا اسپارٹیکس اپنے اور کینسر کے بیچ ہونے والی جنگ ہار کر اپنے آباؤاجداد کے پاس چلا گیا۔ اب وہ اپنے گاؤں نال میں اپنی عظیم الشان لائبریری کے پیچھے (جہاں کبھی وہ اپنے باغ کے پھول پودوں کو پانی دیا کرتا تھا) سویا ہوا ہے۔

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Interview with CM Balochistan: Malik says he has power

Dr. Abdul Malik Baloch meeting Sardar Akhtar Jan Mengal in the presence of #Pakistan national flag

Balochistan Chief Minister Dr Abdul Malik has refuted the perception that he is a chief executive only in the name and that the actual powers are in the hands of the provincial civil bureaucracy, headed by the chief secretary.

“It is absolutely incorrect to suggest that the chief secretary is the decision-making authority in the province and I am a powerless chief minister,” CM Malik said in an annoyed tone.

“I have all powers and authority prescribed for the provincial chief executive in the Constitution and the chief secretary is discharging his duties in accordance with the rules and procedure,” Malik said in an exclusive interview with The Express Tribune on Tuesday in Islamabad.

Recently, Senator Mir Hasil Bizenjo, acting president of the Balochistan’s ruling National Party (NP), had told the media that the provincial cabinet was a toothless body without any authority.

“We have been given the right to rule the province but we are denied decisions-making powers,” Bizenjo had said.

Dr Malik – who had also served as the president of the ruling NP till his election as the provincial chief minister in June – said that his party’s leader had been quoted by the media out of context.

CM Balochistan himself supervising distribution of items in Awaran

CM Balochistan supervising distribution of items in Awaran

An official in Quetta said the provincial chief secretary – who has been sent from Punjab – was exercising all the administrative powers and there was little role of the chief minister and his cabinet members in decision-making.

Malik defended the chief secretary against the allegations and said the chief secretary and the inspector-general of police, who was also from Punjab, were serving Balochistan with exemplary commitment and remarkable integrity.

Councilors resign

The chief minister admitted that ‘some’ of the newly elected councilors of local bodies from Makran division had resigned their offices after they received life threats by Baloch militants.

“No doubt the newly elected councilors are still being abducted in Makran division by militants,” the CM said.

He claimed that 10 to 12 newly elected councilors resigned their offices after they were abducted by insurgents. All of them had been elected from the chief minister’s own constituency in Makran division which is also his home town.

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About the improving law and order situation in the province, Malik said the December 7 elections for over 7,000 local bodies’ seats were held in a better security environment as compared to the May 11 general elections. “Over 6,500 councilors have been elected for the local governments,” he added.

 

Express Tribune

 

In Conversation With The Chief Minister Of Balochistan

Dr Malik

We recently spoke with Dr. Baloch of the National Party about the challenges his coalition government in Quetta must overcome for peace in Pakistan’s restive province. Excerpts:

How does one quell the violence in Balochistan?

Balochistan’s problems are multidimensional. There is the Baloch insurgency, sectarianism, target killings, and then the large number of kidnappings. I am in the process of preparing a twofold solution: a political and an economic one. The political solution will stress on the need to reconcile with the insurgents. As a first step we will immediately need to rehabilitate families displaced from [areas under the traditional control of the Marri and Bugti tribes] and Quetta.

In your opinion, is Balochistan on the verge of seceding from the federation?

There is no doubt that a school of thought has always existed in Balochistan which believes in separatism. But honestly, I don’t think we have reached a stage where there is no other solution. Let’s not give up. It’s time we negotiate with those who want to secede.

How accurate or inaccurate are claims that Pakistan’s military agencies are responsible for the violence and separatist sentiment in Balochistan?

Hopefully the agencies will work with us and use their power over those they command.

U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has suggested India’s involvement in fomenting trouble in Balochistan. What involvement, if any, do you see of foreign countries in creating tensions in your province?

We are in a war zone. To our west is Afghanistan, and NATO is still there, so you cannot rule out the possibility of foreign interference. Now if you ask me who all are involved and to what extent, I have no way of knowing. But in the case of sectarianism, I think we all know. It is quite clear.

It is widely believed that Mullah Omar is alive and running the Afghan Taliban through the Quetta Shura. What can you share about the presence of the Taliban and its affiliates in Balochistan?

I have no idea. I don’t know where Mullah Omar is. As for the Taliban, of course they are operating in Balochistan. They are operating with great impunity in the entire country.

How realistic or reasonable are the claims and figures cited by the leftwing about people who may have gone missing in the province?

There is no exact number of missing persons in Balochistan. Every organization has its own number.  The Voice for Baloch Missing Persons has a different figure to the one being cited by the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan. Specifics aside, we should recover those we can and present them in court.

How soon can Balochistan be stabilized?

I am neither that naïve to believe I can solve all of Balochistan’s problems nor am I that pessimistic to think that I can achieve nothing. Let me at least do what I can to help my people as much as I can.

Akbar Bugti was attacking national installations in Balochistan and he was killed alongside Pakistan Army troops who had gone to apparently negotiate with him. Is it acceptable, in your opinion, for tribal chieftains to take up arms against the country?

No, now that is not true. Nawab Bugti was forced to take the decision he did. I was there [in Balochistan]. I saw what was happening and what he was doing. His death spiraled Balochistan into a state of instability.

 

News Week Pakistan

 

Brainwashing on Balochistan issue

By : Imran Jamali

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Brainwashing of people across Pakistan, both on provincial and national levels, is going on seemingly under well thought out plan. For example, other parts of the country are injected with disinformation that the ongoing struggle in Balochistan is for the basic rights of the people as if there are enough rights or everything available to the people in interior Sindh, Punjab, KPK and FATA.
On the provincial level this brainwashing is extremely effective where the masses are fed with the fairy tales of Pakistan’s occupation of Balochistan. The propagandists don’t use the term “forceful annexation”, which is unfairly propagated on the national television screens in Pakistan. In the province it is even worse.
This is carried out by different methods. There are anti-Pakistan books easily available in cities and districts of Balochistan, which support the Indian narration of history
The domestic newspapers and political seminars, by using the banner of Baloch Students Organization-Azad, are extremely lethal in manufacturing hardcore militants out of hatred for Pakistan. The trend needs to be arrested by our policy makers. There is a need for a national debate on the Balochistan issue as early as possible.

 

Dawn

 

The Baloch Interest In Voting and Malik Siraj Propaganda

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It is not new that when a positive development happened in Balochistan, Baloch Hal do propaganda about that. 

I do remember continuous “Baloch hal” articles against Akhter Mangle when he decided to return Pakistan and planned to participate in Election 2013.

Similarly, now when Balochistan deserves praise for being the first in the federation to hold local government polls , Malik Siraj come again with his propaganda.

Siraj feel sad why less than half polling station were declared as “Sensitive” polling station. He does not even know there is only two security personnel difference in Normal,sensitive and highly sensitive polling stations. In highly sensitive polling station, 11 security personnel were deployed.

These security person to deployed to keep peace in those polling stations, as during local body election the grouping and political affiliation increase 10 times than the general election that is why to avoid any kind of mishap this deployment is normal. We should appreciate Balochistan police and FC for their effort as there was no significant incident of violence happened during LB election.

Most important point is to know the interest of people in election, voter turn out is taken as reference,not the security arrangements.

Mr Siraj did not write any thing about voter turn out. Why ?

In earlier post its was mentioned that in 2008 General election vote turn out in Balochistan was 32 %, and in 2013 the voter turn out was more than 34 %.

And local body election, in many area of Balochistan voter turn out was more than 50 %.

Dawn news quotes voter turn out as:

The overall turnout stood at 45 per cent in Quetta district and the turnout stood at 70 per cent in Mastung, Nushki (65 per cent) Pishin (55 per cent) Jhal Magsi (50 per cent) Nasirabad, Kohlu, Qila Abdullah, Sibi and Kuchhi (45 per cent) Jaffarabad, Qila Saifullah, Dera Bugti, Musakhel and Shirani (40 per cent) and Barkhan (35 per cent), But in Gwadar and Panjgur, the turnout was estimated at 15 and 20 per cent, respectively.

Than Mr Siraj after hiding the voter turn out data, claim that as 3000 candidate were elected unopposed because “there were not enough people willing to participate in the elections

But fact is for more than 4500 seats, there were more than 18,000 candidates who participate in election, and only 508 seats have remained vacant because no candidate has filed nomination papers for them.

So Mr Siraj, among 45,000 seats, Only 508 seats people show no interest in election. Arranging elections is also important and vote turn out should be the benchmark to decide how smoothly Balochistan is heading toward normalization

 

‘Separation is no solution’ :Dr Ishaq Baloch

‘Separation is  no solution’

General Ashfaq Pervez Kayani speaks to Balochistan’s new chief minister Abdul Malik Baloch during a ceremony to mark Defence Day in Sui

Dr Ishaq Baloch and Dr Allah Nazar were both groomed in the student politics of Balochistan in the 1980s. Dr Allah Nazar joined the Baloch Students Organization (BSO), picked up the gun, and eventually surfaced as a symbol of resistance for the disgruntled Baloch against the state of Pakistan. Dr Ishaq Baloch decided to use peaceful political means to further the Baloch cause. He has countless reasons to disagree with the Pakistani establishment and the so-called Punjabi elite, but he never thought secession was the solution to the problem of Balochistan.

“The future of Balochistan is intertwined with the federation”

“The future of Balochistan is intertwined with the federation,” Dr Baloch said in an interview. He is now the vice president of the National Party. “Separation is no solution, and that is why we don’t demand separation, despite severe criticism.”

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Dr Ishaq Baloch addresses a Young Doctors’ convention in Quetta

The times were difficult but the people were inspiring when he first joined the Pakistan Progressive Students Alliance in 1984. Many heard him correctly. Among them was Abdul Hai Baloch, who felt he could play a role in his National Movement.  Later, he joined the Balochistan National Alliance, beginning a long association with Dr Abdul Malik, who is now the cabinet-less chief minister of Balochistan.

“Since the very beginning, we have demanded maximum autonomy for Balochistan,” he said, driving home from the Balochistan Assembly in Quetta. Like the rest of the peace-loving residents of the city, he lives in danger.  There are non-state actors who show no mercy when they silence their opponents. The role of state agencies has been highly controversial. Some local chieftains run their own small but well-organized fiefdoms. Recently, the specter of sectarianism has emerged to haunt the marginalized Shia Hazara community.

“Satisfying the impoverished people of Balochistan by giving them their due rights is the need of the hour,” Dr Baloch said. “The ailing economy of Pakistan can be cured by utilizing the potentials of Balochistan, such as the hidden mineral resources and the coast of Gwadar.” He has so far been disappointed by the effort that Pakistan’s political elite and the establishment have made to end the Baloch deprivation, but agrees that the landmark 18th constitutional amendment and the Aghaz-e-Huqooq-e-Balochistan development package were excellent initiatives to undo the mistakes of the past.

A ‘great game’ is being played in the province, and it involves regional and international players, Dr Baloch said. He declined to elaborate, but added that some countries in the region were threatened by the economic potential of Gwadar.

He did not say which country was fanning the flames of separatism in the province, but the government of Pakistan has long accused India of aiding the Baloch separatists. Brahamdagh Bugti, the son of slain Baloch leader Nawab Akbar Bugti, was once photographed in Delhi, and there were allegations that he was enjoying Indian patronage. The Indian government has always refuted the allegations.

But any foreign involvement builds on an existing sense of deprivation among the Baloch, which is largely genuine. Dr Ishaq Baloch accuses the Punjabi ruling elite of mistreating the people of Balochistan, the civil and military establishment of blocking development in the province, and the tribal leaders of siding with military dictators.

Pakistan's first deep sea port in Gwadar, whose operations were recently handed over to China

Pakistan’s first deep sea port in Gwadar, whose operations were recently handed over to China

Among the most serious issues in Balochistan is that of the ‘missing persons’ – people believed to have been abducted by law-enforcement or spy agencies over suspicion that they support the separatists. Many of those who disappear end up dead.

Dr Ishaq said no single individual or institution was responsible for the problems in Balochistan. He said the government had no writ in parts of the province, but it was wrong to believe that the provincial government had little control or influence outside of Quetta. “There are problems in some areas,” he acknowledged, “but it is a wrong perception that the writ of the government doesn’t exist at all.”

Some regional players are threatened by the economic potential of Gwadar

Asked to comment on the chief minister governing the province without a cabinet, he said dealing with coalition partners was not an easy job. “We must keep everyone in the coalition satisfied. I believe we have managed things, and the provincial cabinet will be formed in a matter of days.”

Among the coalition partners is the faction of Muslim League led by Nawaz Sharif, previously seen as part of the Punjabi elite. Despite being the largest party in the Balochistan Assembly, it allowed the National Party to appoint a chief minister. The reconciliatory move is being hailed by political analysts. But the scars of deprivation may take time to heal.

“We have faith in the process of reconciliation,” Dr Ishaq Baloch said. “And I think this strategy will eventually work.” But for things to get better, he said the province will have to get rid of the complicated regional proxy war.

The Friday Times

 

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