Addressing local journalists on phone from London on Sunday, he termed the government’s Balochistan package a ‘joke’ with the Baloch people.
He said the Baloch who had been deceived in the past did not trust the rulers who had lost their credibility by violating their past agreements with the Baloch leadership.
Mir Daud said it would be meaningless to hold talks with the government on the package.
Replying to a question, he said the United Nations, European Union or the British authorities could act as guarantors to protect the interests and land of the Baloch people.
Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani will discuss the package with the Balochistan cabinet on Monday and a delegation of the provincial cabinet left for the federal capital on Sunday.