QUETTA - The leaders of coalition parties in Balochistan’s dismissed government on Friday warned they would come up with a massive protest across the province if the governor’s rule was not withdrawn till January 20.“We are also planning to block the airport and railway system if our demand was not fulfilled,” they said. The warning came from JUI-F provincial Amir Maulana Muhammad Khan Sherani, Balochistan National Party-Awami’s Asad Baloch, PPP’s Ali Madad Jattak, Syed Ahsan Shah, Maulana Abdul Wasay, Shah Nawaz Marri, Dr Abdur Razzaq, Senator Hafiz Hamdullah and others, while addressing a joint press conference at the MPAs Hostel.Maulana Sherani said the law and order situation of Balochistan, in fact, deteriorated for quite some time, but when the provincial government did not yield to the pressure of some personalities on Reko Dik Project, it was dismissed under Article 234 of the Constitution. “The president should immediately restore the provincial government under Article 236 of the Constitution by taking back his orders imposing the governor’s rule, he said.Sherani criticised the president and said if he did not withdraw his decision, the coalition parties would strongly protest against him. He announced that on January 20, protest demonstrations would be held throughout the province. He added there would be a complete shutter-down strike on January 25 and a wheel-jam strike on February 1. “We are also planning to jam the airport and railway system if our demand was not met,” he warned.He said they had many secrets in their hearts about the deteriorating law and order situation and terrorism in the province, but would disclose them at some other time. He, however, gave a hint that during a dinner, a file was brought to Nawab Aslam Raisani, but he not only refused to sign it, but also left the dinner.Responding to a question, the JUI-F leader said they were not going to the Supreme Court or the high court to challenge the governor’s rule because a short time was left for the government to complete its tenure.Responding to another query, he said they had chosen shutter down and wheel-jam strikes to record their protests. “Our protest will show who has the real power in the province,” he added.Former agriculture minister Asad Baloch from BNP-Awami said their government had been dismissed unconstitutionally, but they would not accept the governor’s rule. He said the dismissal of a democratic government would spoil the law and order situation of Balochistan. He claimed a bureaucrat was transferring DPOs from Punjab to Balochistan in sheer violation of the rights of the people of the province. He warned no injustice to the province would be tolerated.Asad Baloch said he had sympathy with the people of Hazara community, but the government took no notice when innocent people were being killed in a military operation. “The government can’t see the bullet-riddled bodies of missing persons,” he said, adding the provincial government was unconstitutionally dismissed on the pretext of a single incident.PPP Deputy Parliamentary leader Ali Madad Jattak said that except two PPP members, Sadiq Umrani and Jan Ali Changezai, all the 12 members were with him.