Wheel Jam today

QUETTA: A wheel jam strike would be observed in Balochistan including Quetta Friday.

Call for shutter down has been hurled by two parties JUI and BNPA against imposition of Governor rule in the province.

These parties have said that on the night of January 13 and 14 Prime Minister of Pakistan Raja Pervez Ashraf stole the mandate of 7 million people and imposed Governor rule in the province.

JUI and BNPA considering this as unconstitutional and illegal, started peaceful protest. Democratic and people loving forces supported this. It proved that there is no rule of undemocratic forces, arms culture and misdeeds but people’s force would be accepted.

They said Prime Minister while imposing Governor rule kept all the leaders in dark. All the coalition parties agreed to tender their resignations but he kept them unaware.

They said incidents of lawlessness take place not only in Balochistan but all over the country but rulers saw Balochistan only. It is their malafide which we would not tolerate at any cost nor would remain silent.

Meanwhile Muttahida Tajir Transport Action Committee expressing no concern t the shutter down today said it would not support shutter down.

A Spokesman said that previous government delivered nothing to the people. Traders are kidnapped during broad day light, truck drivers are killed along national highways and goods snatched. But no party include dint he previous coalition raised voice against it nor observed wheel jam or shutter down.

Spokesman said if previous government was restored Muttahida Tajir Action Committee would observe shutter down the same day in Quetta. Spokesman added that parties include dint he previous government were to observe shutter down to cover up their corruption. We would not be part of it.

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