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Interview with Abdul Sattar P. rdla: thinker Baloch from Afghanistan

Interview with Abdul Sattar P. rdla: thinker Baloch from Afghanistan
Mr. Sattar P. rdla was formerly deputy during the reign of Najibullah in Afghanistan, and served as chairman of the Afghan workers unions for ten years after that. P. rdla is today considered one of the major languages and Balochi culture supporters in Afghanistan, and the task is performed through his current position in Afghanistan Centre for Regional Studies.
How is the security situation of the Baloch in Helmand and Nimroz (in Afghanistan)?
Helmand is far from being under the control of the cable, and the local population is suffering, whether Baloch or Pashtun or Tajk, one of the most direct consequences of this war. The situation in Nimroz a little better than that. And the provincial capital, Zaranj, are under the control of the cable, but NATO forces is present, with the exception of military presence in the province of Delaram on the other side of the border with the eastern and western Baluchistan. There is no team for reconstruction. Taliban in control of Delaram and Khchrod and the border region with Pakistan. Travel by road is still very serious in Nimroz, and Baluchis make up an easy target for the Taliban there.
Is the tribal system is applied in the northern Balochistan (in Afghanistan)?
Tribal system still persists in Helmand and Nimroz, and the main tribes are Alrckshana and Naroi and Albrahoi. Our region is very backward in Afghanistan and living on agriculture, but faces serious problems with water because Iran controls the direction of the pass.
Sattar P. rdla
The shift to cultural topics, since when it started and Baluchi language culture get support in Afghanistan?
During the era of the dictatorship of David (1973-78), we have seen the emergence of the first radio programs in Balochi. And two months after his fall, was prepared in our language television channel in Nimroz (North Balochistan). And under the control of the Russians, we had six hours of broadcasting on the radio Balbloshih for the country as a whole, and the whole Balbloshih in Nimroz broadcast. And also was at this time that we started in the early print newspapers and books in our language. According to the census, which was conducted at the time by the Soviets, was the Baluch in Nimroz make up 64% of the total population.
What happened during the reign of the Taliban?
Following the fall of the communist government there was a sharp decline in the country's cultural. Triangle those years a heavy blow not only to the Balochi culture, but the culture itself in general. The suppression (the Taliban) and brutal against us because of, among other things, being moderate Muslims, very far away from the Salafi ideology. I myself you've captured by the Taliban; therefore resorted to western Baluchistan and not until 2002 was prepared.
Is the situation improved and the Baloch in Afghanistan since that period (after the fall of the Taliban government)?
We had to start racing where we left off; it was not so difficult. When I came back we established Nimroz Karwan (organization specializes in the Baluchi culture), and we are working on this platform since then. However, today, we only have a 5% share of the television appearing in the Baluchi in Nimroz and not more than half an hour on the radio. And accordingly, has been removed the previous Baluchi language department at the Academy of Sciences in Afghanistan. In another positive side, the government began publishing books for children Baluchi in Nimroz and Baluchi villages in Helmand two years ago
Ago. I composed myself wrote the seventh grade and the eighth and ninth.
What is the current status of the language of the Baloch in Afghanistan?
We appreciate that there are between one million and a half to two million Baloch in Afghanistan, but not all of them speak Balbloshih. Those in the province of Kandahar, and Wardak and Balkh Ros gamma an and talking Balbsto, while Baloch in Kunduz, Takhar and Badakhshan and Daei and Conde speak Dari (the local dialect of Persian). Today only those who are in the provinces of Helmand and Nimroz speak Balochi.
Are you in touch with the Baloch in Balochistan West and East?
Our contacts are mainly on the individual level; because our families separated by the Alhadddod artificial, but we share our television and radio in Baluchi with our people in the East. When we organized our seminar on language and culture in the Baluchi Centre for Regional Studies in Afghanistan, attended the son of Mir Ghaus Baksh Bazenjo (politician from eastern Balochistan) We have a guest. And we also continue smoothly with Ataullah Mengal.
Have you ever met the Marri tribes (Balochi) during their exile in Afghanistan?
Of course I did! I met for the first time okay Baksh Marri and his family in 1981. He was in Helmand, and I'm in the cable, and we were to meet on the weekend. Marri tribes have suffered from terrible Albuqta and massacres in the east; so a lot of them came h

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