() is former Member of Parliament of Pakistan, served as the Member Senate of Pakistan (2003–2008) and as a Member of the National Assembly (1997–1999).
Mr. Baloch also served as a Parliamentary Secretary to the Interior and Narcotics Control Division in 1998. In addition, he served as a member of Senate Function Committee on Government Assurances, Local Government and Problems of Less Developed areas.
In 2005, he was a participant at Stanford University
's Draper Hills Summer Fellows on Democracy and Development at Stanford's CDDRL
Mr. Baloch research and professional expertise are in the field of Democracy, Federalism, Parliamentary Affairs, Constitutionalism, Conflict Resolution, Human Rights and the issue of Ethnic Minorities in Pakistan, Iran and Afghanistan.
He contributed number of articles on ethnic politics, democracy, and nationalism. He mostly writes and speaks at national and international forums on the issue of ethnic politics in Pakistan.
His first book was published in 2001. He has written, mainly about the politics and society of Balochistan, Pakistan in several leading South Asian English language newspapers and magazines, including Dawn, the News, and the Nation.
As member of Senate of Pakistan and representative of Balochistan province, he articulated on the issues of provinces political and economic rights and fair distribution of resources. He introduced a constitutional amendment bill to abolish the concurrent legislative list to... Read More