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Rising Terrorism in Pakistan: PM Nawaz blames foreign forces for terrorism and violence


QUETTA: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said that the terrorism and violence is being promoted in Pakistan from abroad with the help of local elements. We will not allow these elements to ruin the peace in country, he added.


Addressing to an all-party conference (APC) at Governor House Quetta, he said that Pakistan has suffered much more than almost any other country but still we are determined to eradicate terrorism and extremism from our country. “Pakistan had suffered $110 billion losses in the war on terror over the past few years.” he added.

The APC unanimously resolved to foil terrorist activities and foreign conspiracies aimed at destabilizing Balochistan. It adopted a declaration which says the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor has become an eye sore to the enemy and it is now using negative tactics in their bid to derail the project. The participants of the conference strongly condemned the terrorist attack in Mastung and vowed to bring the culprits to book. The APC also offered dua for the Shuhada of Mastung during the meeting.



The Governor Balochistan Mohammad Khan Achakzai , Chief Minister Dr. Abdul Malik Balouch, Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, Commandant Southern Lt. Gen. Naseer Khan Janjua, Minister for SAFRON Lt. General Abdul Qadir baloch (R), Senate’s Deputy Chairman Maulana Abdul Ghafoor haideri, Pakhtunkhawa Milli Awami Party Chief Mehmmod Khan Achakzai, National Party Chief Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo, Balochistan PML-N Chief Sanaullah Zehri, Leader of the Opposition in the Balochistan Assembly maulana Abdul Wasey, balochistan PLM-Q Chief Jaffar Khan Mandokhel and Balochistan ANP Chief Asghar Achakzai and heads of intelligence and law-enforcement agencies attended the meeting at Governor House.



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