A Pashtun Mayor for the Baloch city, the capitol of Balochistan, is totally unacceptable to Baloch people, said the BCNA statement.
These kind of "selective appointments" will not help to solve the Balochisatn's problems but will aggravate the situation and increase the sense of alienation and marginalization among Baloch people, said Dr. Wahid Baloch, the President of BCNA.
Instead, Islamabad should put in place the confidence and trust building measures in Balochistan to win the hearts and mind of angry Baloch by accommodating Balochs into their own homeland and not bringing and empowering Pashtun and Afghan refugees.
He demanded that all Afghan refugees should be return immediately back to their country Afghanistan and their Pakistan National ID card be cancelled and their names should be removed from the Balochistan's voter registration list.
He also demanded that all Pashtun areas of Balochistan be joined with KPK province so that Pashtun can not exploit the Baloch resources. We have no objection if our Pashtun brothers wants to re-join their brothers in KPK or create their own province, but they need to stop exploiting Baloch resources, said Dr. Baloch.
He said, Quetta used to be a safe and beautiful city but due the the influx of millions of Afghan refugees, its demography has been changed and due to these Afghan refugees the crime rate have increased many fold.
"It is time that these refugees has to go back to their homes in Afghanistan and the Quetta's demography be restored", he said.
He asked the Baloch Diaspora members to join BCNA and unite under the BCNA platform to defend their land, coast and resources from being exploited by the Pashtuns and other outsiders.
He said, BCNA is committed to defend the Baloch genuine rights, Baloch land, coast and resources at all cost and will work with all the democratic forces in Pakistan to secure the Baloch rights within the federation.