KARACHI - Central leader of Balochistan National Party (BNP), Rauf Mengal, has alleged that despite the ouster of Pervez Musharraf regime, the military was still on its peak in the province. Addressing a press conference on Wednesday at Karachi Press Club, along with other party, he claimed that the current government was no more than the continuation of the previous regime that had launched military operation in Balochistan. He deplored that innocent people in Dera Bugti, Sui, Kohlu, Kahan and other areas of the province were still suffering due to the ongoing military operation. Mengal said that if the current set-up was democratic then it should have brought the former President Pervez Musharraf to the justice but, instead, present rulers had provided him all sorts of facilities and privileges. He said that such attitude of the government has ruined its credibility in the eyes of the masses. Rauf Mengal was the only member of the Parliament who resigned from his National Assembly seat in protest against the killing of Nawab Akbar Bugti and military operation in Balochistan. The BNP leader continued that Musharraf was involved in the killing of Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti, former member of Balochistan Assembly Balaach Marri and thousands of innocent Baloch people therefore the former President must be held accountable to the law. He added that family of late Nawab Abkar Bugti has sent several applications to the concerned high-ups requesting the registration of case against the killing of veteran Baloch politician but so far no action could be taken in this regard. Commenting on the killing of Zahid Hussein Baloch, former Karachi President of the BNP, Mengal said that despite the passage of several weeks, the concerned department has failed to trace the culprits involved the murder. He warned if the killers of Zahid Baloch were not arrested, the BNP would launch a massive campaign against government. He said that Zahid Baloch was actively organising Baloch people in Karachi and had been engaged in several welfare schemes in the city hence rulers were scared of his popularity among the masses.