QUETTA: Balochistan Chief Minister Abdul Quddus Bizenjo said on Saturday that law and order situation has improved tremendously in Balochistan, including Quetta.
He expressed these views while addressing police officials at police line station in Quetta. Home Minister Mir Sarfaraz Bugti and Balochistan Police Inspector General (IG) Moazzam Jah Ansari were also present on the occasion.
The CM said that Pakistan and Balochistan’s people and institutions are prepared to deal with terrorism. Ingenious enemies take advantage of our religious and social weaknesses to conspire for the sake of their respective goals, he added.
The CM said that the government will foil all such conspiracies with the help of the people
“Our motivation is high and the enemies will not succeed,” he said.
The CM also said that the sacrifices given by Balochistan Police officers in the fight against terrorism would be remembered forever.
He said that the law and order situation would improve if the Balochistan Police is given modern training and equipment. He said that although the Balochistan government has limited resources, it will still meet the needs of the police department.
On this occasion, Balochistan CM announced Rs 5 million in revolving fund, upgradation of police BHU to a 30-bed hospital, 200 motorcycles for Eagle Scout, computer and science labs for male and female sections, six permanent vacancies for training instructors for Police Grammar school, construction and renovation of police station buildings and 28 development projects for officers of police department. He added that implementation on all these measures will be ensured soon.
He further said that the police officers will be provided special bulletproof vehicles to carry out their duties.
Chief Minister Balochistan also heard the problems of police officers and a large number of police officers submitted their applications to Balochistan CM. He also assured that all possible measures would be taken to resolve the problems faced by police officers.