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EEO. 2021; 20(2): 767-777


The Implementation of Constitutional Model through Democratization for Assimilation of Baluchistan in Pakistan (1999- 2008)

Dr. Muhammad Ibrahim, Dr. Uzma Munawar*, Faiza Masood, Dr. Jamal Shah, Kiramat shah, Dr. Zahir Shah, Murad Ali, Ataullah.

Abstract
The study will deal the ethnical divided society of Baluchistan. The lawlessness of society has deep impact on the state structure. The ethnic based extremism flourished in the Baluchistan. The objective of the study is to present constitutional model for the peaceful solution for the assimilation of different ethnic groups in Pakistan. Although the society of Pakistan is multi-ethnic based but it is analyzed on the democratic ground. Ethnic conflicts and military intervention in politics leads to a highly centralized government while democracy needs full participation of people in governance. The citizens of Baluchistan are very anxiously willing for constitutional model under real democracy in Pakistan. The country have been remained under the crises of ethnic movements, deposition of elected Prime Ministers and governments, unconstitutional initiatives of military rulers and political elites, lawlessness by the institutions and trend of law breaking among the masses. The analytical method is adopted to study the implementation of Constitutional Model through Democratization for Assimilation of Baluchistan.

Key words: Demography, History of Insurgency in Baluchistan, Issues and Challenges of Baluchistan, Constitutional Model, Political Parties’ Role for Assimilation



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