QUETTA: The fractious politics in Balochistan have created brew among brother following General Election as four tribal chiefs here have to defeat their brother on July 25.
Apprehensive from their elder brothers as Politician, the younger ones have decided to contest general election against their tribal chief moreover their brothers which might escalate family rifts among them.
Chief of Jhalawan and former Chief Minister Balochistan Nawab Sanaullah Khan Zehri has been contesting general elections on NA 269 Khuzdar and PB 38 after bagging PML N ticket. But he will have to face his younger brother Mir Israr ullah Zehri the chief of BNP Awami who is contesting against his elder brother.
With more irony Chief of Sarawan Nawab Aslam Raisani and former Chief Minister of the province have been taking part in election as an independent candidate on PB 35 Mastung, where his younger brother Nawabzada Siraj Raisani creating hurdles for his elder brother as is the candidate of Balochistan Awami Party against Mr. Raisani.
On PB 09 Kohlu former senior leader of PML N Nawab Jangez Marri is the strongest candidate of newly formed BAP but his younger brother Nawabzada Gizain Marri who arrived back the country after ending political asylum and joined mainstream politics contesting election as an independent candidate against Nawab of the Mari tribe.
Keeping the rifts among brother Nawabzada Senator Mir Naimatullah Zehri has been taking part in election from PB 36 Shaeed Sikandarabad where his opponents his own younger brother Mir Zafarullah Zehri who is a candidate of BNP Awami.
Balochistan Express, Quetta