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REINFORCED LAWS IN BALOCHISTAN TO CONFRONT LAWS AND ORDERS

Balochistan is the hub of people with arms, heavy protocol, and private security guards. This affair was mentioned by home minister Ziaullah Lanhove of Balochistan. In this regard, Minister urged the jurisdiction to detain any irrelevant exhibition of arms and stop the use of vehicles with tinted glass of cars and discourage the allowance of personal security guards.

The meeting comprised of some of the very important personalities that included Chief Secretary Matahar Niaz Rana, Additional Chief Secretary Home Arshad Majeed, Inspector General of Police Tahir Rai, Secretary Primary Health Aziz Jamali and Commissioner Quetta Division Asfandyar Kakar, regional police officers, senior officials of the home department and other institutions.

Additional chief of security underlined the fact and figures about the ongoing law and order situation. The 1st meeting suggested the ban of this equipment in hope that a second cabinet would reinforce it as a law.

Mr.Lanhove promised to provide all the vital government resources, necessary to take adequate measures to ensure law and order and stated that they were doing a good job.These agencies were primarily focused on the sale and check of drugs or any other narcotics, Ariel firing, and other crimes.

The district police officer is to take action against any such acts.

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Minister also suggested eradicating the practice of police officers wearing anything other than uniforms, to establish police posts and repair and maintenance of the security cameras.

Meeting also led to addressing the concern of the covid situation by pursuing officials to standardized protocols for the pandemic that has a threat to rise in the following Eid-ul-Adha.

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