Dozen foreign agencies working in Balochistan to harm peace: Bizenjo
27 October, 2014
QUETTA: Senator Hasil Bizenjo said on Sunday that according to intelligence reports around 10 to 12 foreign agencies are working in Balochistan to deteriorate the law and order situation in the province.
Senator Hasil Bizenjo, who is also the current acting president of National Party which is in power in Balochistan, condemned the life attempt on JUI-F chief Fazlur Rehman and said that the NP government has taken strict notice of the recent incidents and immediate investigations would be made into these incidents.
During a press conference at MPAs Hostel, he said that the government had provided a bulletproof vehicle to Fazl which was why he escaped the assassination attempt. He said that the law and order had improved considerably in Quetta and the incidents of targeted killing, kidnapping for ransom had reduced to a large extent, but the current incidents posed a new challenge for the provincial government. He said that NP government would utilise all available resources to meet the challenge.
He said that the deterioration of law and order is not a good omen and NP condemns terrorist acts, sectarianism, and target killings. He said that they don't know themselves know whether foreign hands are involved in deteriorating law and order or not but according to the reports provided by intelligence agencies 10 to 12 foreign intelligence agencies are busy to worsen law and order in the province.