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Offline saad baloch

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what is the right history of BALUCHISTAN?
« on: November 04, 2009, 11:34:54 AM »
       I read one article on "the Dawn" and wanted to share it with you to get opinion of you people and weather you people agree or not with the information provided in this article?  Here is the extract:Balauchistan decided to remain part of Pakistan in a referendum held under the auspices of the Independence of India Act of 1947.



The history of Baluchistan is fascinating. Mehergarh is the oldest agricultural site in the Subcontinent. The artifacts found there go back 7000 years. The people of Mehargarh have been living peacfully with the Indus Valley Civilization for tousands of years. During the British colonial rule no such province existed. It is a merger of many independent states. At the end of the colonial era the Provinces of West India decided to band together and form Pakistan.

In 1947-1948 there were only two choices before the Raja of Kashmir the leaders of FATA, NWFP, the Khan of Kalat and the Baluch leaders.

Contrary to some of the revisionists who are rewriting history, Balauchistan’s 6 million people were not forcibly incorporated into Pakistan. The Baluchis have been living with the Indus Valley people for thousands of years.


Balauchistan decided to join Pakistan in a referendum held under the auspices of the Independence of India Act of 1947. 1. During the period of the British Raj, there were four Princely States in Balochistan: Makran, Kharan, Las Bela and Kalat, the largest and most powerful.
The British “On to the Oxus policy” was short lived. In 1876 Sir Robert Sandeman concluded a treaty with the Khan of Kalat and brought his territories–including Kharan, Makran, and Las Bela–under British suzerainty.3. After the Second Afghan War of 1878-80, the Treaty of Gandamak concluded in May 1879, the Afghan Mmir ceded his districts of Pishin, Sibi, Harnai, and Thal Chotiali to the British.
1) It is ironic that jounalists that were are citizen of  colonial powers that still occupy countries in the Middle East, Caribbean and West Asia are discussing colonialism in one of its former colonies. Many of these are spreading lies and disinformation about Baulauchistan and Pakistan.

2) Some think that the history of the Subcontinent began when Lord Clive invaded Bengal. Actually the history of Baluchistan and the history of Pakistan begins 150,000 years ago in the Suan vallay where the first Pakistanis walked and swam in the Suan river.

3) Mehergarh is the oldest agricultural site in the Subcontinent. It is 7000 years old. The poeple of Mehergarh traded with the Kashmiris, Punjabis, Sindhis, and Pathans for thousands of years. Contrary to some of the revisionists who are rewriting history, Balauchistan’s 6 million people were not forcibly incorporated into Pakistan. The Baluchis have been living with the Indus Valley people for thousands of years.

4) The Indus Valley Civilization existed on the banks of the Indus in more or less Pakistan of today. This was 3500 BC or thereabouts.

5) Balauchistan and Pakistan were part of many empires in a seesaw between Kushan, Abdali, Greeks, Persians, Timur, Mughals, and the British.

7) Balauchistan and Pakistan were part of the British Empire. There are British military cantonments in Quetta, Zhob, Rawalpindi, Lahore, Peshawar, Karachi, Sialkot and other places. During the period of the British Raj, there were four Princely states in Balochistan: Makran, Kharan, Las Bela and Kalat. In 1876 Sir Robert Sandeman concluded a treaty with the Khan of Kalat and brought his territories – including Kharan, Makran, and Las Bela – under British suzerainty. After the Second Afghan War of 1878-80, the Treaty of Gandamak concluded in May 1879, the Afghan Emir ceded the districts of Quetta Pishin,Sibi, Harnai, and Thal Chotiali to the British. In 1883 the British leased the Bolan Pass, southeast of Quetta, from the Khan of Kalat on a permanent basis. In 1887 some areas of Balochistan were declared British territory. In 1893, Sir Mortimer Durand negotiated an agreement with Amir Abdur Rahman Khan of Afghanistan to fix the Durand Line running from Chitral to Balochistan to as the boundary between the Afghans and the British.
 Balauchistan decided to join Pakistan in a referendum held under the auspices of the Independence of India Act of 1947. 1. During the period of the British Raj, there were four Princely States in Balochistan: Makran, Kharan, Las Bela and Kalat, the largest and most powerful.
12) The Government of India Act, 1935, treated Kalat as an independent State and provides representation for it in the Federal Legislature. Kalat was not all of Baluchistan, it is part of Balauchistan.

13) In 1947, Kalat was ruled by Mir Ahmed Yar Khan. Indeed, the British had given many Princely States the choice of either India, or Pakistan during the immediate pre-partition period (though they were worried of having too many independent nations). The states in Balauchistan were: Makran, Kharan, Las Bela and Kalat
14) The Indian Independence Act, 1947 allowed the independent states to join either India or Pakistan. According to Indian Independence Act 1947 – Section II  
15) The people of Balauchistan, overwhelmingly voted to join Pakistan in a referendum that was held on June 30, 1947, to ascertain their wishes on this issue.
18) The Khan of Kalat acceded to Pakistan on March 27, 1948. Like Kalat, Hydrabad and Kashmir, hundreds of other states also had the choice of either joining India or Pakistan.

The present campaign to create issues in Pakistan is the same conspiracy that was tried by the USSR to impede the defeat of the USSR forces in Afghanistan.

Pakistan gained independence from the British legally and the boundaries were recognized by Brittan, and all the other members of the United Nations.


17) Balauchistan joined Pakistan as a result of the free will of the Muslims.                                     For detail reading      http://thedawn.com.pk/2009/07/12/baluchistan-how-it-joined-pakistan/                                                    

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Re: what is the right history of BALUCHISTAN?
« Reply #1 on: November 04, 2009, 06:05:12 PM »
this writer has thoroughly read the social studies text books from paki government.... u can read the autobiography of last khan of Kalat Ahmed Yar khan..plus all these

http://gmcmissing.wordpress.com/2009/10/19/revisiting-the-che-guevara-like-days-of-baloch-resistance-movement-with-asad-rehman/

http://fpc.org.uk/fsblob/817.pdf

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baloch_nationalism

and many many books you can find about the history of balochistan.. all of them, except mohasharti ullom by paki govt, will be saying that it was a forced accession against the will of the ppl..

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P.S. have a look on the instrument of accession which is a proof of betrayal from Jinnah
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Re: what is the right history of BALUCHISTAN?
« Reply #2 on: November 05, 2009, 03:10:56 PM »
Tho rast ghosha. Tonk aish hain ka khan state chain hain? "The Dawn"  says Kalat state is not present day Baluchistan as it says some parts were annexed by British empire. AND WHAT does term "independed Baluchistan" means? It means Kalat state in dependency be restored, that is right but it does not include DG KHAN, part of DERA ISMAIL KHAN AND Kashmore( part of united Baluchistan). How can we claim that these areas are ours, since they were not part of kalat state and consequently were not annexed by Pakistan?   SALAM TO ALL BALUCH AND BALUCHISTAN FROM NASIRABAD, BALUCHISTAN.

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Re: what is the right history of BALUCHISTAN?
« Reply #3 on: November 07, 2009, 01:53:46 PM »
Tho rast ghosha. Tonk aish hain ka khan state chain hain? "The Dawn"  says Kalat state is not present day Baluchistan as it says some parts were annexed by British empire. AND WHAT does term "independed Baluchistan" means? It means Kalat state in dependency be restored, that is right but it does not include DG KHAN, part of DERA ISMAIL KHAN AND Kashmore( part of united Baluchistan). How can we claim that these areas are ours, since they were not part of kalat state and consequently were not annexed by Pakistan?   SALAM TO ALL BALUCH AND BALUCHISTAN FROM NASIRABAD, BALUCHISTAN.

Dear if u read the history.. Kalat state didnt even include lasbila and Kharan at the time of partition but once it was stretched till bandar abbas..later on britishers divided the area... Even before partition..ironically Jinnah was reperesenting Khan of Kalat case as an advocate for annexing lasbila, kharan and other region as part of Independent Kalat State.. then later he turned his back towards balochs who weighed him in gold...wht a ehsan faramosh he was...
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