Sunday, January 1, 2012

Former BNSO president quits party, joins MSF

ISLAMABAD: Dozens of student activists of Balawarstan National Students Organization (BNSO), headed by their former President Faizullah Faraq and former Finance Secretary Latifur Rehman Mir, joined Muslim Student Federation (MSF) the student wing of Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz).

The two students leaders addressed a news conference along with President PML-N GB (chapter) Hafiz Hafeezur Rehman and Chief Coordinator of PML-N for GB Siddiqul Farooq to announce their decision.

Speaking on the occasion, Siddiqul Farooq welcomed students MSF. He strongly criticized Chief Minister GB Mehdi Shah for inflicting torture on MSF activists as well as promoting sectarianism.

While talking to media, Hafiz Hafeezur Rehman disclosed that Indian secret agencies were abusing youth in GB by involving them in anti state destructive activities in the name of nationalism. He said all the neighbouring countries had ‘interest’ in GB due to its strategically important geographical location and abundance of minerals and hydle reservoirs.

Few day back, the central president, along with other office bearers resigned from BNSO, blaming Abdul Hamid Khan, chaimen Balawaristan National Front (Hamid faction) of working for India's interests in the region.

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