Home Minister Balochistan, Mir Ziaullah Langove addressing a press conference, DIG CTD, Aitezaz Goraya is also present on the occasion

Manan Mandokhail: 

QUETTA: In a significant development, security forces and police have apprehended two terrorists linked to the recent attack on laborers in Gwadar. This announcement was made by Provincial Home Minister Zia Langove and Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Police Operations Aitzaz Ahsan Guraya during a joint press conference on Friday evening.

This breakthrough represents a pivotal step in the ongoing fight against terrorism in Balochistan.

Addressing the media, Home Minister Langove highlighted the severe impact of terrorism on the province. “Over the past two decades, thousands of security personnel and civilians have been victims of terrorism in Balochistan,” Langove stated. He also accused neighboring countries of instigating terrorist activities in the province, misleading the youth, and disrupting peace.

“Terrorism will not be tolerated,” Langove declared emphatically. He reiterated the Chief Minister’s firm stance that terrorism is unacceptable under any circumstances. “There is no war of freedom in Balochistan; only misguided youth influenced by external forces,” he added. Langove stressed that the unrest is not a struggle for rights but a consequence of external manipulation.

Highlighting the provincial government’s efforts, Langove mentioned that Chief Minister Sarfaraz Bugti has ensured the rights of the growers community are upheld, dismissing claims of a rights war in the region. “This is not a war for rights; it is a battle against terrorism,” he affirmed.

In a message to the nation, Langove announced, “I congratulate the nation that two terrorists involved in the Gwadar attack have been arrested.” He revealed that one of the arrested individuals is a local from Gwadar. “This success demonstrates our unwavering commitment to fighting terrorism alongside our security forces,” Langove asserted.

DIG CTD Aitzaz Ahsan Guraya provided an update on ongoing investigations, stating that the probe into the Nushki incident is in its final stages. “We are closing in on the terrorists involved in the recent alcohol-related incident,” Guraya confirmed.

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