Dear bro farhan_khetran m shocked to read ur painful experience n wanna add that iranians are xtrmly prejudice nation in terms of thier ethnicity and their sect. Bro may shower His blessings upon u and all of us.ameen. i have already read ur all threads on pw n found them quite informative.
n thanx to u that u informed me about the hidden dangers. I also consulted with my some other friends who have some experience about baluchistan. Majority of them told me never tell to anyone in Baluchistan that I am from punjab rather tell them that i am from kharachi bt the issue is i just visited kharachi 2 times for a short period n cnt prove my roots in karachi. n most improtant my accent is lahori wchich is quite different from krachi accent which can create problem as i will speak with anyone in baluchistan, in such a way identity n showing my roots from kharachi becomes a secondary thing to reach at.
one of my very good frined sinse college days who is major in army and now psted in KHI told me that coastal highway is safe now as army is controlling these areas but resitance from locals specially for punjabi is beyond controll of army if i enter into some city except gawadar. furthermore he added people in Gawadar are changing now understanding that outsiders are blessing for them and for their well being but during the way from kHI to gawadar behavior of locals for punjabi is usually nt favorable. but if i show that i am from khi then all is fine even without a mere fear of anything.
now after reading ur views and discussion with other friends m getting confused that weather i should go or just should drop the idea bcz main reazn is i have no roots n knowledge to about KHI to prove that that I am from KHI and most imp is my Lahori accent which can be identified immediately.
i need more suggestions from u and from other PW freinds about this tour. so plz friends spare some time to contribute on this thread...
n plz tell me how to tag some one in thread
once again bro farhan and all other who are participating in this thread, a BIG THANKS TO ALL OF YOU