QUETTA/KARACHI - Balochistan government Thursday night barred Nawabzada Shahzain Bugti and his brother Gohram Bugti from leaving Quetta for 90 days under section 5 of Maintenance of Public Order (MPO), sources in Home Department said. Shahzain who is also provincial president of Jamhoori Watan Party has announced a long march towards Dera Bugti. Addressing a press conference here after visiting MQM Headquarter in Karachi, Shahzain reaffirmed his resolve that he would carry out long march to Dera Bugti. We are not agents of India. We were going to our homes and nobody can stop us from doing so he said and adding that march would be started simultaneously from Quetta, Karachi and Lahore. I will lead the long march from Quetta and about 15,0000 displaced persons from different areas will participate in it, he said and adding that caravan from Karachi and Lahore would reach Kashmore from where they would proceed for Dera Bugti. Shahzain Bugti said that their march would be peaceful and nobody should be frightened of it. He said government should provide them security and should not create hurdle in their way. When he was informed about the ban on his activities, he said government was scared of long march. However, he said that they would carry out long march as there was no justification for any ban because they wanted to go to their homes. He alleged that security forces had arrested 280 Bugti tribesmen in Dera Bugti who were making preparation to welcome the long march while their two forts in Dera Bugti were under control of Army and Frontier Corps. Shahzain failed to get support from the political parties in Balochistan, Sindh and Punjab and observers feels that long march would be ineffective. Even the JWP disowned the long march and called it the personal decision of Shahzain Bugti. The party said Shahzain and his brother Ghoharam Bugti did not take on board the other leaders before giving a date for long march. Sources said JWP Chief Nawabazada Talal Akbar Bugti asked Shahzain that he should consult with the Bugti elders in Dera Bugti first and also knock the doors of court because security forces are not allowing them to move towards Dera Bugti, they added. On the other hand, some Bugti tribesmen in Dera Bugti have termed the long march a conspiracy to further deteriorate the situation in the district. Earlier, a five-member delegation of Jamhoori Watan Party (JWP) led by Nawabzada Shahzain Bugti Thursday visited MQMs headquarter Nine-Zero but failed to win Muttahidas support for the planned long march to Dera Bugti. MQM Rabita Committee members Yousuf Shehwani, Wasey Jalil, Kanwar Khalid Younis and Ashfaq Mangi held an hour long meeting with the JWP team. Addressing a press conference after the meeting, Shahzain urged the government not to create hurdles in the Long March. He said government has failed to fulfill the commitment with the people of Balochistan. He reiterated his request for the security forces to withdraw from Dera Bugti and stated that they will continue with their long march as planned. Bugti thanked MQM and other religious parties who supported their cause. He alleged that security agencies were hatching a conspiracy against the Long March and denounced the government decision to impose the section 144 in Balochistan saying that this is not the time to impose the section 144. Talking to Shahzain, MQM Rabita Committee members said MQM Chief Altaf Hussain has raised his voice on the situation in Balochistan from the very day first. They said MQM wanted to send a fact-finding delegation to Balochistan to ascertain real facts.