Zaireen travelling to Iran to be facilitated: CS Balochistan
File Photo: Female Zaireen at Pak-Iran border Taftan : Photo Quetta Voice

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Chief Secretary Balochistan, Abdul Aziz Uqaili chaired a high-level meeting to review arrangements for Zaireen travelling to Iran via Pak-Iran border Taftan on Monday. Additional Chief Secretary (Home), Saleh Nasar, Commissioner Quetta Division, Sohail ur Rehman, Commissioner Rakhshan Division and other senior administration officials participated in the meeting.

The meeting decided to improve security measures for the Zaireen travelling between Pakistan and Iran. Speaking on the occasion, the CS Balochistan directed the concerned officials to make sure provision of better facilities for the Zaireen.

CS directs for steps to make sure peaceful journey of Zaireen

“Steps should be taken to ensure peaceful journey of the Zaireen”, Mr. Uqaili directed the officials. Various proposals were given by concerned commissioners and administration officials with regard to the improvement of the facilities for zaireen.

Every day, a large number of Shia Zaireen travel on Quetta-Taftan highway to reach Iran and visit holy places in Iran and Iraq. Zaireen from Pakistan’s largest city of Karachi, Lahore and other parts of the country frequently travel through Quetta-Taftan highway.

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