Jaleq Iran



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Description: Sistan and Baluchestan Province (Persian. استان سيستان و بلوچستان ‎‎, Ostān-e Sīstān-o Balūchestān ) is one of the 31 provinces of Iran. It is in the southeast of the country, bordering Pakistan

Sistan and Baluchestan Province (Persian. استان سيستان و بلوچستان ‎‎, Ostān-e Sīstān-o Balūchestān ) is one of the 31 provinces of Iran. It is in the southeast of the country, bordering Pakistan and Afghanistan and its capital is Zahedan .

The population comprises the Baluch who form a majority in the province, followed by the relatively large minority, the Sistani Persians. Smaller communities of Kurds (in the eastern highlands and near Iranshahr. the expatriate Brahui (on the borders between Iran and Pakistan), and other resident and itinerant ethnic groups such as the Gypsies are also found in the province.

In the epigraphs of Bistoon and Persepolis. Sistan is mentioned as one of the eastern territories of Darius the Great. The name Sistan, as mentioned above, is derived from Saka (also sometimes Saga. or Sagastan ), one of the Aryan tribes that had taken control over this area in the year 128 BCE. During the Arsacid Dynasty (248 BC to 224 CE), the province became the seat of Suren-Pahlav Clan. From the Sassanid period till the early Islamic period, Sistan flourished considerably.

During the reign of Ardashir I of Persia. Sistan came under the jurisdiction of the Sassanids, and in 644CE, the Arab Muslims gained control as the Persian empire was in its final moments of collapsing.

During the reign of the second caliph of Islam ,Omar ibn Al-Khattab, this territory was conquered by the Arabs and an Arab commander was assigned as governor. The famous Persian ruler Ya'qub-i Laith Saffari. whose descendants dominated this area for many centuries, later became governor of this province. In 916 CE, Baluchestan was ruled by the Daylamids and thereafter the Seljuqids. when it became a part of Kerman. Dynasties such as the Saffarids. Samanids. Qaznavids. and Seljuqids, also ruled over this territory.

In 1508 CE, Shah Ismail I of the Safavid dynasty conquered Sistan, and during the reign of Nader Shah there was further turmoil.

The province today is the most underdeveloped, desolate, and poorest of Iran's provinces. The government of Iran has been trying to reverse this situation by implementing new plans such as creating the Chabahar Free Trade-Industrial Zone .

The city of Zahedan has been connected to Quetta in Pakistan for a century with a broad gauge railway. It has weekly trains for Kovaitah. Recently a railway from Bam, Iran to Zahedan has been inaugurated. There may be plans to build railway lines from Zahedan to Chabahar. [ 4 ]

Port of Chabahar in South of province is the main port to be connected by a new railway to Zahedan in future.

Industry is new to the province. Efforts have been done and tax, customs and financial motivations have caused more industrial investment, new projects, new producing jobs and improvement of industry.

The most important factories are: – Khash cement factory with production of 2600 tons cement daily and three other cement.

Factories under construction: – Cotton cloth and fishing net weaving factories and the brick factory can be named as well.

The province has important geological and metal mineral potentials such as chrome, copper, granite, antimony, talc, manganese, iron, lead, zinc, tin, nickel, platinum, gold and silver.

Many scholars have worked and published on Balochistan of Iran. The works and projects are kept in the governmental libraries throughout Balochestan. Most of these works focus on economic developments of the region. On social, cultural, and political domains few works have been carried out. Most notable among them are books on Baloch history by Iraj Afshar Sistani, Azim Shahbukhsh, Hamid Ahmadi, Mahmoud Moghadam, Ghasem Siasar, Taj Mohammad Berisiq, Ahmed Raza Taheri, Mohammad Hassan Hossinbor, Carina Jahani, and Vodod Sepahi. Several major works have been published by Western scholars such as Selig Harrison. On the politics of Balochistan after the Islamic Revolution of 1979, two studies have been carried out; one by Mohammad Hassan Hosseinbor and other by Ahmed Raza Taheri. In recent times, Baloch scholars have become more interested to explore Balochestan. However, in comparison with the Pakistani Baloch scholars, the Iranians have been less active on publication business.




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