Sindh to seek Balochistan help against Daesh


Salahuddin Haider


The Sindh government has decided to seek the help of Balochistan in hunting, arresting or killing Daesh and other groups of terrorists which are hiding in the south-western province of the country. A team of senior police officers from Sindh plans to leave for neighbouring province to make a formal request and working out a plan to uncover the Daesh and other terrorists group hiding there. Their number is estimated at over 4000, said a senior police officer.
Farari camps have been operating in Balochistan since long, and reportedly have the blessings of important political segments of the society there. Recently, the Khan of Kalat, who is in London since long, sought separation of his province from Pakistan and even did not hesitate to look for India’s help.
The Sindh police believe that Daesh which was involved in the suicide blast at the Sehwan Shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar last Thursday, and Taliban too were hands in gloves with them.
It is therefore considered important to seek help from Balochistan government for hunting them without delay.
The Sindh police officers will remain in the neighbouring province to look for their hide-outs and jointly operate to eliminate them physically to secure the lives and property of the people in the two provinces as well as in the rest of the country