QUETTA: Balochistan National Party (BNP) Central Leader and Member Balochistan Assembly, Sanaullah Baloch has has said that Balochistan is within itself a corridor which needs not any interference by other countries. He expressed these views in a seminar on Geographical importance of Balochistan here in Quetta on Thursday .
Students Action Committee organised the event at Bolan Medical College (BMC) Quetta. Dr Deen Mohammad Buzdar participated as guests. Most of the academic staff members and a large number of students from BNC participated in the event.
Mr. Sana Baloch briefly described the Geography of Balochistan. He said that Baluchistan was homeland of Baloch and Pakhtoon and due to its geographical position it has got great importance.
“Balochistan is within itself a corridor which needs not any interference by other countries. The total area of Balochistan is approximately about 10 lac squares kilo meter (including its sea and land) make it a corridor within itself but unfortunately the writers never mentioned the correct land measurement of Balochistan even they know the contribution of deep sea of Balochistan with in the Pakistan,” Sana Baloch added.
He advised students to take interest in projects of Balochistan and its effects including CPEC and try to write and read articles regarding these projects.
Sana Baloch appreciated Baloch students action committee for arranging such a program and said to carry their struggle towards main goal that is specific education.
students also presented a documentary regarding current issues of Balochistan including education, poverty, health problems and missing students.
Dr Deen Mohammad discussed the importance of sea and its location. While addressing seminar he said that after gulf countries the south Asian oil exports definitely would occur through the Balochistan Sea due its important location.
The Central Committee member of Baloch Students Action Committee Dr. Sabiha Baloch also delivered a speech on geographical importance of Balochistan.
Published in The Balochistan Point on December 14, 2018