Foreign elements behind Noshki Panjgur terror attacks: Balochistan Minister
Home Minister Balochistan, Mir Ziaullah Langove addressing a press conference at Quetta Press Club: Photo provided by the author

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Home Department Government of Balochistan formed a Parliamentary Commission about missing persons in the province. According to an official statement, the commission has been established on the directives of Balochistan High Court (BHC). Home Minister Balochistan Meer Zia Langove would be the chairman of commission. However, members of Provincial Assembly including Asad Ullah Baloch, Zahid Reki, Malak Naseer Shahwani, and Zamrak Achakzai would be members of the parliamentary commission.

The home department Balochistan issued a notification in this regard on Friday. The Additional Chief Secretary Home would be Secretary of the commission, notification mentioned. The parliamentary commission would investigate issue of missing persons. The commission would also review anti state activities by the missing persons, the notification concluded.

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