MPs to disclose foreign hand in Balochistan at international fora

Quetta—Balochistan Chief Minister Nawab Sanaullah Khan Zehri said parliamentarians from the province would visit friendly countries to inform them and international community about the interference of neighbouring countries in Balochistan.
An open letter would also be sent to the United Nations Secretary General in that regard, he added. He was talking to a delegation of anchorpersons, who called on him here at the Chief Minister House. Spokesman for the Balochistan Government Anwar-ul-Haque Kakar was also present.
Zehri said some insurgents had been using the Baloch youth as the “fuel for their so-called freedom fight”. He said several mis-guided youth had joined the national mainstream after leaving mountains. However, some elements were sill talking about the so-called freedom in order to mint money.
No one, he said, would be allowed to enforce his stance and philosophy on gunpoint. Security situation had already been improved to satisfactory level in Balochistan, he added. The chief minister said that the statement of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi had cleared the situation that as to who was behind unrest in Balochistan.—APP

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