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The Balochistan government on Sunday decided to reduce the number of check posts located at all national highways in the province. This decision was made during a high-level meeting chaired by chief minister Balochistan, Jam Kamal Khan.

The meeting also decided to establish joint check posts of all law enforcement agencies to make sure proper coordination. Additional chief secretary home, Hafiz Abdul Basit, additional inspector general of police,  secretary law, advocate general Balochistan and other high ups participated in the meeting.

The home department would review check posts located on all national highways and issue a notification in this regard. Unnecessary check posts would be immediately abolished and permission of home department would be necessary in the case of the establishment of a new check post, an official handout issued by the CM Secretariat said.

The meeting also decided to install security cameras at check posts.


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