Balochistan National Party leader Sardar Akhtar Mengal. -File Photo

KARACHI: Balochistan National Party (BNP) president and former Balochistan chief minister Sardar Akhtar Mengal said that the previous government when speaking of a package, instead gave the people mutilated bodies.

Speaking during a press conference at his residence in Karachi on Wednesday, Akhtar Mengal said that not a single nationalist party was proven to have links with terrorist groups and despite this fact, extra-judicial killings are taking place.

The BNP chief said that the operation being conducted in the province is a mass killing, further stating that the making and breaking of the government was the work of the agencies.

When speaking about peace in the province, he said that the suggestions given in letters to Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry and Chief Election Commissioner Fakhruddin G Ebrahim, must be studied and implemented.

According to him, agencies are active in trying to stop the Supreme Court from finding missing persons.

He said that Pervez Musharraf was only known when he wore a uniform, now nobody knows him.

The BNP chief said that the nationalist parties will face danger during the elections at the hands of the establishment.

At the occasion, Pakistan Peoples Party member from Quetta and former MNA Nasir Ali Shah, announced his decision to join the BNP.

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