CM Malik fails to disperse Hazara tribesmen on protest
QUETTA: Chief Minister Balochistan, Dr Abdul Malik Baloch after the involvement of foreign elements in terrorist activities in FATA, has admitted their presence in Balochistan too – ARY News reports.
According to details, the Chief Minister Balochistan, Dr Abdul Malik Baloch, Speaker Jan Muhammad Jamali and leaders of the coalition parties visited the injured of the Mastung incident at the Combined Military Hospital (CMH) Quetta, earlier today.
While talking to media, the CM Balochistan stated that the extremists cannot shake our determination and the provincial government is equally aggrieved at the loss of innocent lives in Mastung.
He added that after the formation of the Balochistan Government, law and order situation was controlled up to some extent, but such an incident wastes all the efforts.
Returning to a question, Dr Malik said that the suicidal attacking the Spanish cyclist in Dareen Garh, Mastung seemed to be an Uzbek, which shows that foreign miscreants are also present here after playing a havoc in Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA).
Moreover, the CM also reached at the protest sit-in of the Hazara community and held negotiations there in the evening, yet he failed to convince them for ending the sit-in along with the dead bodies of the deceased in yesterday's attack on a bus of pilgrims.