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Caretaker Information Minister of Balochistan, Jan Achakzai, took to social media to announce the prohibition of public gatherings in Quetta for the next two weeks due to heightened threat alerts. The decision comes in response to directives from the Islamabad High Court, leading to the implementation of Section 144 across Balochistan.

In light of these security measures, all concerned agencies have been instructed to prioritize the safety of the general public. District Commissioners (DC) are now mandated to obtain a No Objection Certificate (NOC) for any gathering in Quetta, including election rallies.

Emphasizing the significance of maintaining law and order, the Government of Balochistan underscores its commitment to ensuring the well-being and security of the citizens during this sensitive period.

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