Law and order tremendously improved, says Khosa

Home minister praises Levies force for recovering abducted doctor in Chaman

APP October 13, 2018
Security forces will further improve the law and order situation in the province, home minister says. PHOTO: FILE

QUETTA: Balochistan Minister for Home and Tribal Affairs Saleem Khan Khosa on Friday said law and order had improved tremendously across the province.

He expressed these views while talking to media-persons at his residence in the Suhbatpur area of Jaffarabad district.
The home minister said security forces, including police and Levies force, would provide all required facilities to further improve law and order in specific areas of Balochistan.

Peace established in the province: home minister

Khosa said, “Around 1,400 new CCTV cameras will be installed under the Quetta safe plan in order to ensure sustainable peace across the province for the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project.”
He mentioned that CPEC was a mega project of the country and Balochistan, which would bring prosperity and development in the area upon completion.

Khosa also appreciated the efforts of the Levies force, which had recovered an abducted senior doctor after hectic hour-long efforts in Chaman area of Qilla Abdullah district. Two kidnappers were arrested from the site on Thursday, he added.


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