Three rebel leaders of Balochistan - Brahamdagh, Harbiar and Akhter Mengal - the
first wo have admitted to being enemy agents; verdict on Akhter is awaited Pakistan
has never been able to deal with enemy agents firmly and properly from Abdul Gaffar
Khan, Abul Kalam Azad to Sheikh Mujib and Altaf Hussain. In including the name of
Asma Jehangir in the list of ‘caretaker prime minister’, Mian Nawaz harif has
created doubts about his political judgement. His constituency does understand the
need to bring the so called ‘nationalists’ of Sindh and Baluchistan into the
mainstream. But those who take money, weapons or refuge from the enemy can never be
brought into the mainstream; their paymasters appoint agent handlers who ensure that
they follow directions and betray their people, country or constituency.
Maulana Abul Kalam was paid a salary by the Congress Party; he was shunned by his
fellow ulema; the Muslim League leaders never even considered bringing him on board.
But the Congress leaders and ulema (of JUI-F) who opposed Pakistan ostensibly for
‘ideological reasons’ have been demonised then revered and then demonised again. The
charade continues till today. We forget and ignore that those who pay them, hold
their agents on a tight leash and no enemy agent has ever given up the largesse or
Is it not surprising that no political party leader had the courage to contradict
what Akhter Mengal said? They appear to be afraid for two reasons: 1) The propaganda
that if Sheikh Mujib had been offered the Prime Ministership after the 1971
Elections, East Pakistan would not have seceded. 2) USA and India are supporting the
secession of Baluchistan. They see Akhter Mengal as a Mafia leader with foreign
sponsorship. In their fright they repeat the mantra of ‘ihsaas i mahroomi’ (sense of
deprivation) and ‘haqooq ki pamali’ (violation of rights) in Balochistan and
exacerbate the problem. But the fears are unfounded and the propaganda is blatant
lies. Apart from several half-hearted operations by the Army against the three rebel
sardars – Marri,.Bugti and Mengal – no one can put forward any genuine complaint
against the federal government. The people of Baluchistan are hardy and intelligent
who have excelled whenever they have been allowed by their Sardars to get education
and seek wealth and high office.
Martyrdom of Sardar Bhagat Singh
(Sardar Bhagat Singh shaheed born on 27th September 1907, was a true Punjabi son of the soil. He is remembered as hero of the Indian history. He was a brave man who fought against traitors, collaborators and those who sold their souls. He was hanged on 23rd March 1931 at the age of 24 in Lahore. His martyrdom proves one thing that Punjabis don’t forget their revenge, look what happened to Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and those who disrespected Holy Golden Temple in Amritsar)
Family of Patriots
Bhagat Singh was born in a Sikh family of farmers in the village of Banga of Layalpur (Faisalabad) district of Punjab (now in Pakistan) on September 27th of 1907. His family stood for patriotism, reform, and freedom of the country. His grandfather Arjun Singh was drawn to Arya Samaj, a reformist movement of Hinduism, and took keen interest in proceedings of the Indian National Congress. Bhagat Singh's father Kishen Singh and uncle Ajit Singh were members of Ghadr Party founded in the U.S. in early years of this century to route British rule in India. Both were jailed for alleged anti-British activities. Ajit Singh had 22 cases against him and was forced to flee to Iran. Thereafter he went to Turkey, Austria, Germany and finally to Brazil to escape Black Water (Kalapani) punishment for his revolutionary activities in India.
The Jalianwala Bagh Massacre
Young Bhagat Singh was brought up in a politically charged state of Punjab which was left with a seething memory of the Jalianwala massacre of more than 400 innocent lives and thousands injured (1919). As a lad of fourteen he went to this spot to collect soil from the park of Jalianwala (bagh) in his lunch box, sanctified by the blood of the innocent and kept it as a memento for life.
Bhagat Singh was studying at the National College founded by Lala Lajpatrai, a great revolutionary leader and reformist. To avoid early marriage, he ran away from home and, became a member of the youth organization Noujawan Bharat Sabha which had memberships of all sects and religions. He met Chandrashekhar Azad, B.K. Dutt and other revolutionaries. They used to print handouts and newspapers in secret and spread political awareness in India through Urdu, Punjabi and English. These were all banned activities in India at the time, punishable with imprisonment.