Quetta security plan reviewed: IGP told CM Bizenjo
The Inspector General of Police Balochistan, Abdul Khaliq Sheikh meeting Chief Minister Mir Abdul Quddus Bizenjo: Photo provided by DGPR

Staff Reporter:

QUETTA: The Inspector General of Police Balochistan, Abdul Khaliq Sheikh has informed the Chief Minister, Mir Abdul Quddus Bizenjo about reviewing the security plan for the provincial capital. Mr. Sheikh called on CM Bizenjo on Saturday and briefed him about the security plan on the eve of the 14th of August, the independence day of Pakistan. The provincial government has tightened security across Balochistan after repeated attacks on police in Quetta and Turbat.

Acting Governor Balochistan, Mir Jan Muhammad Jamali, and minority MPA Khalil Goerge were also present on the occasion. “Security should be tightened and peace should be ensured”, the CM directed the Balochistan police chief.

Security further improved in Balochistan

The police chief informed the CM that security has been further improved in Quetta city and other parts of Balochistan on his directives. “We have to foil the conspiracies of the enemy”, CM Balochistan said on the occasion.

Mr. Bizenjo stated that security forces and police had the ability and capacity to take strict action against the terrorists. None can violate the law and those violating the law should be brought to book, he said.

The CM reiterated that the people of Balochistan were celebrating the 75th independence day of the country with national enthusiasm and zeal. He said the provincial government and district administrations have organized a series of programs on the eve of the independence day.

The IG informed that policemen would be deployed throughout the province to ensure peace and maintain order.

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