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Dawood Ahmed :

Federal Interior Ministry has issued a threat alert after terror attacks in Balochistan’s Noshki and Panjgur on Thursday. In a notification, the Ministry has directed all provincial governments and concerned law enforcement agencies to keep extra vigilance on the security situation.

“Prepare extra vigilance against a threat posed by anti-State elements”, the notification said.

In the wake of the recent terror attacks carried out by miscreants in Panjgur and Naushki districts of Balochistan, the second threat alert issued in less than two weeks stated: “Highest level of preparedness and extra vigilance may kindly be ensured by all provincial governments, intelligence, and law enforcement agencies to thwart any nefarious designs of anti-state elements.”

The threat alert has been issued at a time when Prime Minister Imran Khan has departed for a four-day visit to China with a delegation of ministers accompanying him to seek investment and transfer of industries from China to Pakistan. Before departing, the prime minister lauded the country’s armed forces for repulsing the terror attacks in Balochistan.

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