25 collaborators of Quetta attack arrested: Zehri

No one can stop Balochistan's development: Zehri

ISLAMABAD, Aug 20 (APP): Balochistan Chief Minister Nawab Sanaullah Zehri Saturday said that 25 collaborators of Quetta bomb blast were arrested in a operation and investigation is underway in this regard.
“We would soon share criminals footage and other related information to media as the operation is continue against anti-state elements involved in Quetta strike and other terror incidents,” he said in an interview with PTV.
He said Indian spy agency Research and Analytical Wing (RAW) is behind Quetta attack and RAW is continuing funding terrorists in Balochistan.
The whole Balochistan and country’s people strongly condemned Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi statements regarding Pakistan, he added.
Sanaullah Zehri said that Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif and he visited hospital on the day blast occurred and inquired health of injured and expressed sympathies with injured and they asserted to take war against terrorism in a logical end.
He announced Rs 5 million for each injured in addition better and comfortable health facilities to them in various hospitals including Agha Khan in Karachi.
He said, “The government was committed to eradicate terrorism from the country. Terrorists could not weaken our determination against war on terror and we would foil their nefarious designs.”
He said the entire Baloch leadership and people are united against completely elimination of terrorism from the province and country. The government is taken effective measures to provide foolproof security to the citizens.
Balochistan CM said the terrorists had attacked Lawyer community in Quetta to sabotage Independence day celebrations but Independence day was celebrated in the province with fervor, zeal and zest.
Replying to a question, he said the speedy work on western route of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is continue that would be completed in 2018.
He said industrial zones would be established in six cities including Zoab, Khuzdar, Gawadar, Boastan and two others. The job opportunities to 0.2 million people would be provided in these industrial zones. It would help to reduce poverty and unemployment from the province.
To another query, he said,”The government has zero tolerance policy regarding corruption as I has given full attention to root out corruption and mismanagement from the province.”
Sanaullah Zehri said the provincial secretary for finance Mushtaq Raisani was arrested in corruption scandal and his case is subjudice in court.
Commenting on Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) protest demonstration politics, he said PTI could not achieve anything from their protest as the government under the dynamic leadership of Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif was working on the agenda of development, prosperity, economic stability and construction of infrastructure.
He said PTI is enjoying government in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and its government was failed to deliver for welfare of the province and masses.