Extremism to be rooted out from Pakistan: Musadak

KARACHI, Nov 13 (APP): Adviser to the Prime Minister, Dr. Musadak
Malik has expressed determination that extremism would be rooted
out from the country.
He was talking to media at Civil Hospital here Sunday after inquiring
the health of those sustained injuries in Saturday’s blast at Dargah Shah Noorani in district Hub of Balochistan.
The Adviser visited the injured on the directive of Prime Minister
Muhammad Nawaz Sharif. He was accompanied by the Special Assistant to the Prime Minister, Dr. Muftah Ismail.
He expressed deep grief and sorrow over the loss of lives in the terrorism incident and also prayed for the speedy recover of those who had sustained injuries in the blast.
Dr. Malik declared that every possible assistance would be provided to the heirs of the deceased and injured.
He directed the management of the hospital to provide best possible medical facilities to the injured.
Dr. Malik said priorities of the government include eradication of terrorism as well as betterment of health and education sectors.
He was of the view that it would take some time to remove deprivations
of the people.
Dr. Muftah Malik said on the occasion that injured were being looked after well at the hospital.