Syed Ali Shah:

QUETTA: In a notable encounter in Quetta, Balochistan’s Home Minister, Mir Ziaullah Langove, and Dr. Rudiger Lutz, the German Consul stationed in Karachi, engaged in comprehensive discussions concerning the province’s development, law, and order, among other pertinent issues. The meeting, attended by esteemed officials including Additional Secretary Home, Zahid Saleem, Deputy Commissioner Qalat Bilal Shabbir, and Honorary Consul General of Germany to Balochistan, Murad Baluch, primarily focused on addressing the prevailing law and order challenges in the region.

The atmosphere was marked by warmth and hospitality as the Home Minister cordially welcomed the German delegation, presenting a bouquet of flowers as a token of appreciation. Dr. Lutz seized the opportunity to extend his felicitations to Minister Langove on assuming office.

Throughout the discussions, Minister Langove emphasized the critical issue of terrorism in Balochistan, attributing its genesis to clandestine activities backed by India. He reiterated Pakistan’s unwavering commitment to counterterrorism, underscoring the indispensable role of the armed forces in upholding the province’s security.

Taking a firm stance against external meddling, Minister Langove condemned India’s persistent endeavors to disrupt the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), asserting that such endeavors had been consistently foiled. He reaffirmed Balochistan’s leadership’s steadfast dedication to nurturing peace, progress, and prosperity in the region.

Dr. Lutz expressed gratitude for the gracious hospitality extended during his previous visits to Balochistan, reaffirming Germany’s steadfast support for the province’s advancement. In a gesture of goodwill, Minister Langove presented an honorary shield to the German Consul General, emblematic of the enduring partnership between Balochistan and Germany in their joint pursuit of peace and prosperity.

The meeting concluded with both parties reiterating their commitment to collaborative endeavors aimed at addressing security challenges and fostering socio-economic development in Balochistan.

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