Infostani International- Protesters are distorting the issue of Baloch families, with armed organizations conspiring to break the country. This is not 1971, and journalists should present facts instead of fake sympathies. Those who protested on May 9 have stepped outside the legal framework, and despite the 90 thousand casualties, no one has been held accountable. Elections will take place, aiming to establish peace. This conversation, led by Caretaker Prime Minister Anwar-ul-Haq Kakar, took place in Lahore.
Caretaker Prime Minister Anwar-ul-Haq Kakar Addresses Security Concerns, Terrorism, and Economic Measures in Pakistan
Caretaker Prime Minister Anwar-ul-Haq Kakar stated that the law aims not to release terrorists but to expose them as enemies. Ninety thousand people were killed, yet authorities have punished only nine. Armed organizations are plotting to destabilize Pakistan, and those who support terrorists under the guise of protest will not be accepted. Elections will be held, and efforts will be made to ensure their peaceful conduct.
The issue lies with those who protest outside the boundaries of the law, as was the case on May 9. Caretaker Prime Minister Kakar emphasized that the state’s fight is not with the Baloch people but with terrorist organizations. He mentioned the ongoing battle against a new wave of terrorism with full force. Asserting that Pakistan is fighting a war for its statehood.
During a visit to the Business Facilitation Center in Lahore, he addressed the media, stating, “Don’t insult me, Baloch will remember; I am going to leave anyway, and I will speak openly after leaving.” He refuted criticisms of his alleged lack of concern for the people of Balochistan. Highlighting that 98% of Baloch people support Pakistan. Terrorists and armed militants are responsible for the killings in Balochistan, targeting doctors, lawyers, and teachers.
Caretaker PM Kakar’s Strong Stance on Counterterrorism, Legal Boundaries, and Electoral Security in Balochistan
Caretaker Prime Minister Kakar stressed that the state will fight these terrorists vigorously. As they cannot be allowed a license to kill. He acknowledged the constitutional right to protest but emphasized that it should remain within the boundaries of the law. The caretaker prime minister expressed regret over the criticism from some media persons. Clarifying that the state’s fight is against terrorist organizations, not Baloch families.
He attributed the funding of these terrorists to RAW. Creating an atmosphere that the Prime Minister is not attentive to the concerns of Balochistan. Caretaker Prime Minister Kakar urged improvement in the criminal justice system and encouraged journalists to report facts instead of false sympathy. He emphasized the need to address the problems of Balochistan through investigative journalism.
Regarding the firing on Maulana Fazlur Rehman’s vehicles, Caretaker Prime Minister Kakar deemed it alarming but assured the use of all resources and security measures to ensure peaceful elections. He expressed hope for receiving an installment from the IMF soon and emphasized the importance of collecting maximum taxes for IMF relief.
Caretaker Prime Minister Kakar: Business Support, Election Assurance, and New Year Wishes for Prosperous 2024
Anwar-ul-Haq Kakar commended the steps taken by the Punjab government for business promotion and assured the provision of all facilities for business from the federal government. He reiterated efforts to hold elections in a peaceful atmosphere, expressing his intent to cast his vote on February 8.
Caretaker Prime Minister Kakar also acknowledged the historical connections of three generations to Mir Abalochs, recognizing that protests by unknown persons have occurred in the past and may continue in the future. He directed legal action against elements involved in hoarding fertilizer and illegal profiteering, ensuring strict punishment for those exploiting farmers. Caretaker Prime Minister Kakar congratulated the nation on the New Year, expressing hope for prosperity in 2024.