Amnesty plan ready for Balochistan

Amnesty plan ready for Balochistan

Islamabad : Pakistan | Sep 10, 2009 at 10:39 AM PDT
Source: Dawn
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The government has decided to withdraw cases against Baloch leaders and grant general amnesty to political prisoners and those who are in exile or allegedly involved in anti-state activities. Sources associated with the Balochistan Committee of Pakistan People’s Party said recommendations of... FULL ARTICLE AT Dawn
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