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3,000 troops deployed for Milad security in Quetta.

QUETTA: More than 3000 troops will be deployed to protect the 13 processions of Eid Milad un Nabi in the Provincial Capital Quetta. DIG Quetta Abdul Razzaq Cheema said.

Addressing a joint news conference flanked with Sector Commander Frontier Corps Brigadier Tassawur on Sunday DIG Quetta Abdul Razzaq Cheema said, the central procession of Eid Milad un Nabi will be started from morning and will end till 2pm, "Personnel of Balochistan Police, Balochistan Constabulary and FC Balochistan will be deployed to protect the 13 procession of Eid Milad un Nabi in Quetta while six walk through gates will be installed at the entrance of procession." Cheema said adding mobile service will be resumed on Eid Milad un Nabi.

Refuting any threat alert regarding Eid Milad un Nabi in the Provincial Capital Quetta DIG Cheema said, we didn't receive any security alert but there are information regarding presence of a suicidal in Quetta. Replying a query regarding the target killing of retired DIG crime Muhammad Naeem Kakar DIG Quetta said, investigation were underway regarding killing of Ex-DIG but we will be in position to identify the involve group after the lap report, "Initial investigation suggested, the group attacking on Police Officials might be involved in the killing of former DIG, our forces trying to reach the root cause of the target killings in Quetta.

" Cheema said added documentation have finalized for Quetta Safe City Project. Sharing his views on the traffic issues in the provincial capital DIG Quetta said, indeed the city has been facing worse traffic problem but under its capacity traffic police has been utilizing efforts to continue traffic flow, "Though businessmen community expressed concern over police actions but eradicating encroachment and building new parking plaza have become imperative to address traffic problem.

" Cheema said.

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Publication:The Balochistan Express (Quetta, Pakistan)
Date:Nov 18, 2018
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