Religious extremist Mullah Ejaz and Mullah Shahmeer's bail has been granted. Zrumbesh Media Report - Turbut: Mullah Ejaz, a known religious preacher, was granted bail before arrest in cases involving dividing society based on beliefs and using the mosque's pulpit for promoting religious hatred. Similarly, Mullah Shahmeer, implicated in the murder of Abdul Rauf Barkat, also he appeared in the local court on Friday and obtained bail. In a recent sermon, Mullah Ejaz used inflammatory language against a group while discussing the background of the murder of language center teacher Abdul Rauf Barkat. Meanwhile, Mullah Shahmeer, implicated in the murder, has connections to religious extremism. During English language teaching, students had complained to the principal of the linguistic center that Abdul Rauf Barkat used inappropriate words against the Prophet of Islam. Despite Abdul Rauf Barkat denying the allegations, local circumstances led him to contact local scholars' council to handle the issue properly. According to the principal of the linguistic center, Abdul Rauf Barkat had denied the accusations, but due to specific circumstances, he reached out to local scholars' council to resolve the matter promptly. During Mullah Shahmeer's leadership, a special group of scholars associated with him asked Abdul Rauf to visit their school, where he was attacked and killed. Mullah Shahmeer leads an armed group and uses provocative, antagonistic, and divisive language against a religious faction in the area. Hence, he was implicated in Abdul Rauf's murder. Regional sources suggest that Mullah Shahmeer is involved in dividing Baloch society for his specific interests. On the other hand, Mullah Ejaz gained notoriety for delivering provocative, antagonistic, and divisive statements, utilizing his religious status to comment on the work of artists, music, poets, and intellectuals. Mullah Shahmeer receives full support from Pakistan's military and the National Party's leader, Dr. Abdul Malik. They met recently, confirming support in this matter. A picture of their meeting in a pleasant environment has been circulated on Radio Zarmbesh. It is evident that Mullah Shahmeer is a state-sponsored terrorist in religious attire, with the backing of Pakistan's military. His father, Aziz Bazinjo, and brother are also involved in running a death squad and have links to Pakistani military's "Operation Blue Freedom" targeting Baloch freedom activists. Mullah Shahmeer is suspected to have been involved in the killings of more than 14 individuals, including members of the Baloch National Movement (BNM) and a local school teacher, Maqbool Walid Miyan. Additionally, a list of individuals has been compiled who are connected to Mullah Shahmeer's potential involvement in these murders. Clear evidence suggests that Mullah Shahmeer's family is associated with state-sponsored terrorism, with their death squad being run by him. He plays a crucial role in using religion to strengthen his power in the region, along with acting as an enabler for the Pakistani military. Pakistani military is supervising Mullah Shahmeer and Mullah Ejaz to counter Baloch Movement by utilizing their influence and power. Despite these facts, Dr. Abdul Malik's political ties with Mullah Shahmeer's family and Aziz Bazinjo's affiliation with the National Party, as well as his presence in the National Party as a political figure, tarnish Dr. Abdul Malik's image."