By Xari Jalil
— Gulzar Ahmed Soomro (@gulzarsoomro1) February 25, 2022
According to said that judiciary was not independent in the country while media faced curbs and ordinances to gag it.
He urged people to wage a consistent struggle to defeat tyrants and said that the people of Gwadar took to the streets to demand their rights since the status quo could not be broken without a target-oriented struggle. Usurpers eyed resources and lands in Balochistan and Sindh, he said.
Dr Abdul Maalik
While recounting his past in politics, Dr Abdul Maalik Baloch, one of his closest friends said that he was an immensely committed political worker, and a truly progressive man. He always struggled for democracy. “He never had any pride, and never wanted any kind of special treatment. He was a simple man. After his loss, people in Balochistan are bereft of a progressive approach.”
Dr Hayee Baloch rose to political prominence again in 2000- this time for challenging Pervaiz Musharraf’s martial law.