From Our Correspondent:

TURBAT: Former Balochistan Minister and ex-senator, Mir Aslam Buledi, sustained serious injuries after an unidentified assailant opened fire on him in the Turbat city of Balochistan. Police sources have confirmed the incident, stating that Buledi has been urgently transferred to the hospital from Mir Isa National Park, where the attack occurred.

Initial police investigation suggests that Buledi received two bullets. Buledi’s condition is critical, according to police sources.

Buledi Contesting For NA 258 Kech Panjgur Seat

Aslam Buledi, currently running as the PML-N candidate for the National Assembly seat NA-258 Kech Panjgur, is undergoing medical treatment, and his condition is being closely monitored by medical professionals.

Law enforcement agencies are actively investigating the incident, and a substantial contingent of police has reached the spot to probe into the attack.

The Caretaker Chief Minister Balochistan, Ali Mardan Domki, strongly condemned the incident and directed the administration to arrest the culprit behind the attack. In a statement issued after the attack, the CM said the terrorists behind the attack would be brought to justice.

CM Directs Administration To Arrest Terrorists

The CM directed the deputy commissioner Kech and the district police officer to step up efforts to apprehend the terrorists behind the attack. Various political leaders also condemned the attack on Mir Muhammad Aslam Buledi, a senior parliamentarian and politician in the Kech district of Balochistan.

The incident highlights the need for increased security measures to ensure the safety of political figures and candidates during the electoral process.

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