QUETTA: Former Prime Minister Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali has said that tribal disputes are a major obstacle in the way of education, socio-economic and social development of Balochistan and Balochs. Patience, tolerance and Islamic teachings for peaceful resolution and settlement of all such disputes.
“The traditions of open-hearted forgiveness and kindness must be promoted,” former Prime Minister expressed these views while addressing the parties on the occasion of settlement of long standing dispute between Bashir Ahmad Pendrani and Ataullah Pendrani in Rojhan Jamali. On this occasion, Sajjada Nasheen of Dargah Fatehpur Sharif Syed Sarfraz Ali Shah, Member Balochistan Assembly Mir Jan Muhammad Jamali, former provincial minister Mir Faiq Khan Jamali. Mir Haider Khan Jamali Mir Qutbuddin Khan Jamali Former Advisor to Chief Minister Mir Ghazi Khan Pindrani Sardar Muhammad Jan Pindrani and other tribal elders were also present. Former Prime Minister Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali said that brotherhood and solidarity for the development of Balochistan and dear homeland.
The Baloch have played a key role in the development of Pakistan and the Baloch are as patriotic as the common man of other provinces. Unfortunately, the infighting between the Baloch has harmed the Baloch as much as no one else, he said. That the land of Balochistan is the identity of all of us and the custodian of positive traditions. For its development and prosperity, the new generation must come out of mutual quarrels and join hands with the dimensions of education so that sustainable development goals can be achieved.
Former Prime Minister Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali said that at present Pakistan, like the rest of the world, is severely affected by the Corona virus outbreak. In such an extraordinary situation, as a conscious nation, by fulfilling the primary responsibility of precautionary measures, we have to demonstrate rational consciousness. We have to present and prove to the world that we are an organized and conscious nation. On this occasion, the bereaved members of the Pindrani tribe became grateful to each other and Syed Sarfraz Ali Shah, Sajjada Nasheen of Dargah Fatehpur Sharif, offered prayers.