CHAMAN – Interior Minister of Baluchistan Sarfraz Bugti said that security forces foiled two big terrorism plans aimed to hit National Day, PakistanTribe reported.
According to details, provincial interior minister confirmed that dozens of suspects arrested in a big crackdown conducted last night in Chaman and surroundings.
“Heavy ammunition, explosive and rounds recovered from the possession of terrorists,” provincial interior minister confirmed.
He further said that miscreants had planned to spoil the National Day ceremony which was foiled by Frontier Corps (FC).
Several were arrested from Killah Abdullah with heavy ammunition in their possession.
FC crackdown are normal in Baluchistan. In January Police and Frontier Corps (FC) had also launched a crackdown against shopkeepers selling hate material in Quetta and other parts of Balochistan.
Capital City Police Officer (CCPO) Quetta, Razzaq Cheema stated that 40 suspects were apprehended and twenty shops were sealed during different raids in Quetta.
Police also recovered 715 detonators, walkie-talkie sets and other materials from the sealed shops.
Since the Peshawar school attack, security forces have been conducting raids in different parts of Balochistan and arresting suspected militants.
FC also conducted raids in Chaman, Killa Abdullah, Khuzdar, Turbat and other districts of Balochistan and recovered hate materials including books, pamphlets, CDs and literature.
Spokesman FC in a statement stated that the crackdown was launched after approval by the federal government.
CCPO Quetta Razzaq Cheema stated that raids were conducted in Kuchlak, Satellite Town, Pashtoonbabad and other areas and more than forty shopkeepers were arrested.
“We will not allow anyone to spread hatred,” Cheema said. Markets in Quetta have been awash with CDs and hate literature for more than a decade.
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