Terrorists still using Afghan soil: Balochistan Home Minister
Balochistan Home Minister Mir Ziaullah Langove inquiring about the health condition of policemen injured in Kuchlak attack: Photo provided by DGPR

By Our Reporter:

Balochistan Home Minister, Mir Ziaullah Langove on Sunday said the terrorists were still using Afghan soil to carry out subversive activities in Pakistan. He expressed these views after inquiring about the health condition of injured policemen in Quetta’s Kuchlak area.

At least two policemen were killed and one injured when the armed accused opened fire at the policemen in the Killi Spin area of Kuchlak.

“Number of attacks reduced but terrorists are still using the Afghan soil”, Mir Ziaullah Langove said. He said the Pakistani security forces were committed to eradicating terrorism and extremism in the country. “For this purpose, our soldiers have sacrificed their lives”, Mr. Langove stated.

“Our forces successfully arrested Gulzar Imam”, Minister

Mir Ziallah Langove said security forces successfully arrested Gulzar Imam, a key commander of an outlawed group. “Our intelligence agencies are internationally recognized for their professionalism and commitment”, he said.

The Balochistan Home Minister stated that the elements involved in the attack on the police would be brought to justice. He said the attackers would not be spared and that all out efforts would be made to improve the law and order situation in the province.

The Minister directed the police to apprehend the elements behind the Kuchlak attack.

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