Rallies taken out in Quetta and other parts of Balochistan to pay tribute to martyrs of security forces: Photo provided by DGPR

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Chief Minister Balochistan, Mir Quddus Bizenjo paid rich tribute to all martyrs to mark the Martyrs Respect Day across the country. CM Bizenjo visited the levies headquarters and frontier corps headquarters to pay rich tribute to the martyred soldiers.

CM Bizenjo, political leaders and members of civil society have strongly condemned the May 9th incidents and demanded an exemplary punishment for the perpetrators of untoward incidents.

IG FC receives CM Balochistan

The Inspector General of Frontier Corps (FC) North Balochistan, Major General Chaudhary Ajmal received the CM. Speaking on the occasion, CM Balochistan paid rich tribute to the recently martyred soldiers in Muslim Bagh area of the province during a terrorist attack.

CM Balochistan said security personnel laid down their lives to defend the motherland and foil the conspiracies of the enemies of Pakistan. “My government stands by security forces”, he assured and said that masses and security forces were united to foil the conspiracies of the enemies.

CM pays rich tribute to martyred levies personnel

CM Balochistan also visited the levies headquarters where he was received by the Director-General Levies, Naseebullah Kakar and other high-level officials. Addressing the family members of the fallen heroes, Mr. Bizenjo stated that levies administratively control most parts of Balochistan and the force’s performance was outstanding in battle against terrorism.

Quddus Bizenjo stated that the family members of the martyrs would not be left alone and that the government would take all possible steps to support them. “The nation is proud of your sacrifices”, Quddus Bizenjo told the family members of the Shuhada.

Respect Martyrs Day observed across Balochistan

The Respect Martyrs Day was observed in Quetta and other parts of Balochistan. Political parties, members of civil society and people belonging to various walks of life took out rallies to express solidarity with security forces and pay respect to the nation’s fallen heroes.

Rallies with regard to the Respect Martyrs Day were also taken out in Quetta, Zhob, Gwadar, Chaman, Khuzdar and various parts of Balochistan. Scores of people participated in the rallies and expressed solidarity with armed forces of the country.

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