No threat to govt from Raiwind march: Zehri

Quetta—Balochistan Chief Minister, Nawab Sanaullah Khan Zehri has said that the proposed Raiwind march would not pose any threat to the government. He said that some elements had been using bizarre language in their political statements instead doing ethical and standard politics.
‘People will reject those politician in next general elections who are using abusive language against their political rivals,’ he said. Speaking to journalists here, he said, ‘the participants of Raiwind march will deliver speeches and return home,’. ‘There is difference between a politician and a cricketer,’ he said and it was not an example that a cricketer would proved to be a good politician.
Meanwhile, Balochistan Chief Minister Nawab Sanaullah Khan Zehri said the government would make legislation against illegal hunting of endangered species, rare birds, animals and chopping off trees.
Directing Forest and Wildlife, and Livestock Affairs departments for acquisition of a suitable place for establishing a zoo in Quetta, he said the government would provide the required funds for its construction as well as a park nearby for the recreation of children.
Chairing a high level meeting here, Chief Minister Zehri directed all the departments concerned and district administrations to taking concrete steps for the promotion and protection of endangered species, rare birds and wildlife across the province. He also directed for taking stern action for protecting the juniper forests in Ziarat, Harboi and Shaban areas.
He also directed for initiating a drive for creating awareness about the protection of forests and wildlife among the masses.—APP

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