Dr. Malik said clear decline in incidents of targeted killings
QUETTA: Balochistan Chief Minister Dr Abdul Malik Baloch on Monday described the recovery of missing persons and sectarian killing as major challenges for his provincial government.
Addressing a press conference at Balochistan House here, Dr. Malik said that there was clear decline in incidents of targeted killings and terrorism.
“Law and order is the biggest issue being faced by Balochistan. We have changed Quetta in just one year,” he said.
The Balochistan chief minister claimed that no cases of abduction were being reported in the province.
To a question, he said that Balochistan government had set up a commission to probe the discovery of mass graves.
Dr. Baloch added that he would oppose any alliance which was aimed at ousting the federal government.