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Akhtar Mengal pledges to end woes of people of Gwadar


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Updated28/06/18  
BalochistanExpress:
QUETTA: BNP Mengal is the only party in Balochistan striving for the rights of people of Balochistan, people should reject candidates exploited their due their rights for their personal interest. BNP Chief Akhtar Mengal said.
“Gawadar is the port city and the heart of CPEC, but unfortunately residents of Gwadar demanding clean drinking water and electricity in scorching heat days, BNP’s first priority after election would be to end water scarcity in Gwadar.” Akhtar Jan Mengal said while talking to media in Klanch area of Pasni on Wednesday.
He added, Balochistan National Party Mengal is the only representative of Baloch nation which has been striving for their rights from 20 years.
Replying to a question regarding General Elections Akhtar Jan Mengal said, if BNP’s mandate attempted to be stolen, we will resist in a harsh way, because in 2013 our mandate was stolen with clear rigging in elections,
“We won’t accept the result of election if we found a single proof of rigging, because following our burgeoning popularity BNP would form a single majority government in Balochistan.” BNP Chief said.
Responding to a query regarding BNP’s political alliance Akhter Jan Mengal said, we have establish areal vise alliance in Balochistan but we have let our doors opened for all political parties if they seek to form alliance with our party.
“BNP is going to unveil its manifesto in coming days with concrete pledges and development plans for people of Balochistan because our predecessors had signed Balochistan’s development project in Islamabad.”
Former MPA and Minister Mir Hamal Kalmati, Major Jameel Dashti, Mir Hamal Baloch and other leaders were gathered in the Press Conference.



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