Balochistan Crisis

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"Balochistan crisis"
Balochistan:
Pakistan, an Islamic country came into being on 14th August, 1947 on world map comprising of four provinces. Biggest in terms of land is Balochistan which covers 44% of its total land, but is home to only 5% of country's population. Its strength lie in the natural resources, the waste rangeland, the coastal belt with 750 km of as yet undeveloped coastline, and rich mineral and hydrocarbon deposits. But this enormous resources potential remains untapped, and balochistan lags behind other provinces in economic development leading to one of major reasons for "balochistan crisis" resultantly, average household incomes are low, as there is little industrial activity and employment opportunities outside agriculture and mining are limited. Causes:

i.Geographical position
ii. Lack of Development
iii. Lack of Education
iv. Unemployment
v. Lack of water
vi. Lack of credibility on Government
vii. Government operations
viii. Lack of interaction between government and people
Pakistan, an Islamic country came into being on 14th August, 1947 on world map comprising of four provinces. Biggest in terms of land is Balochistan which covers 44% of its total land, but is home to only 5% of country's population. Its strength lie in the natural resources, the waste rangeland, the coastal belt with 750 km of as yet undeveloped coastline, and rich mineral and hydrocarbon deposits. But this enormous resources potential remains untapped, and balochistan lags behind other provinces in economic development leading to one of major reasons for "balochistan crisis" resultantly, average household incomes are low, as there is little industrial activity and employment opportunities outside agriculture and mining are limited. ix. Provincial autonomy

x. Lack of funds
xi. Injustice in gaining shares e.g., money, gas
xii.Sense of deprivation.
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