Balochistan National Party-Mengal (BNP-M) President Akhtar Mengal on Sunday vowed not to compromise on his party’s six-point demands, warning the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government that the BNP-M would part ways if its demands were not met. “Time is running out for the PTI government,” the BNP-M president tweeted. “We have not asked for any such thing that will benefit the BNP or myself, instead we have been demanding justice for the people of the province”. “This is not blackmailing. Blackmailing is when we demand ministries and high-level posts from the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government in exchange for our support for them in the Centre. We didn’t demand anything for ourselves, but rights of the people of Balochistan,” Mengal said.“In order to address the woes of the people of Balochistan, a political solution is required, otherwise it will be extremely difficult for peace to prevail,” he said. “It should have been the priority of every government to work for peace in the province regardless of votes.” The BNP-M has been pushing the PTI government since it came into power in August 2018 for the implementation of its six-point demands, in which, recovery of missing persons tops the agenda. “People of Balochistan have been deprived of basic facilities and due rights for decades,” he said.