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People of Balochistan are sick & tired of & refuse to vote for politicians as Sardar Akhtar Mengal who spend their lives questioning the existence of Pakistan & pushing youngsters towards militancy while using it to gain personal benefits.

Note his refusal to say “QaideAzam”

Whenever they are called out for their hypocrisy & subversive politics they’re quick to claim victimhood

At #PDMJalsaKarachi he laments being called a traitor, but forgot to mention that 1st one to call him a traitor was PPP’s Zulfiqar Bhutto whose jalsa he was speaking at.

Sardar Akhtar Mengal’s father Attaullah Mengal was the Chief Minister of Balochistan in 1973 when Bhutto’s PPP govt sacked him by calling him a traitor for working for the interests of R&AW & KGB.

Today Akhtar Mengal is a PPP & Bilawal Bhutto fanboy.

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Nawaz Sharif of 2020 was Imran Khan of 1988 or Imran Khan of 2020 was Nawaz Sharif of 1988 << Pakistani politics in a nutshell! #PDMJalsaKarachi
Those orgasming on #PDMJalsaKarachi forget that this all madness repeats every few years - let us look back into history of Pakistan elections. Ever since first elections were organised in Pak (for their provinces) loser has always ended up accusing winner of rigging.
Pakistan until 62, didn’t have any direct elections at national level. Guess scar of PML loss to BNUF in 1954 elections to East Pakistan Assembly were so deep that “powers to be” developed a sense of fear against elections & this fear is haunting Pak & it’s politics till date!
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