“Sit-ins” not good omen for democracy, says CM Balochistan

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QUETTA, Aug 21 (APP): Chief Minister Balochistan, Nawab Sanaullah Khan Zehri has said that sit-ins staged by some political parties would not be good omen for democracy and added that such “sit-ins” and long march could not change the governments.

He said that political rivals should wait for next general elections in 2018, adding that voters would decide who should be come in power after 2018 polls. “Let the democratic train to run instead hatching conspiracies against democracy,” he said.

He was speaking to media persons. He said that the government and Pakistan Army have jointly been fighting war against terrorism to rid the country out of menace.

“India is behind acts of terrorism in Pakistan and arrest of Indian serving officer, Kal Boshan Yadew has proved the Indian spy agency, RAW’s involvement in terrorism and
militancy in Pakistan,” he said. “Combing operation is underway and we will bring its results before media soon,” he added.

He disclosed that facilitators of Quetta civil hospital suicide blast had been arrested and shifted to Quetta. There are sleeper cells of terrorists in the province, he added.

In reply to question, the Chief Minister said that Prime Minister, Muhammad Nawaz Sharif wanted completion of western route of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor timely.

“Industrial zones will be established along western route of CPEC after its completion,” he said.