Narendra Modi must avoid interfering into Balochistan: CM Zehri

NationalNarendra Modi must avoid interfering into Balochistan: CM Zehri

QUETTA, Pakistan: The Chief Minister Balochistan Nawab Sanaullah Khan Zehri has urged Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi must avoid interfering into the affairs of Balochistan province of Pakistan, saying he should pay attention towards internal issues and problems of his own country.

“We are loyal to Pakistan and we love our country,” Zehri said while giving his reaction to Indian prime minister’s statement over Balochistan. He said that no one could dictate us.

Sanaullah Khan Zehri said that Indian prime minister had started issuing statements on Balochistan to get some vested political interests in his country.

“Pakistan would not allow foreign forces to implement their nefarious designs in Balochistan,” he said. “Political and Military leadership of Pakistan are on same page in the war on terror.”

The Chief Minister said that a few persons, playing in the hands of enemies of Pakistan, were involved in acts of terrorism to target innocent people of the province.

Zehri said that lawyers, journalists and common people were victimized in suicide bomb attack in civil hospital Quetta. He said that his government was ensuring payment of compensation to the families of victims.

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