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Quetta Safe City project will help curb terrorism: Bizenjo.

QUETTA:Balochistan Chief Minister Abdul Quddus Bizenjo on Tuesday said that the Quetta Safe City project and barriers across the Pak-Afghan border will help curb terrorism from the country.CM Bizenjo visited Panjpai area near Mastung along the Pak-Afghan border, where he was briefed about the border control and protection by the authorities.

Speaking to the media during his visit, Bizenjo said that keeping a close eye on Pak-Afghan border is vital since terrorists penetrate into Pakistans territory through the border and carry out attacks in Quetta and rest of the country.It is extremely essential to place barriers along the Pak-Afghan borders.

Unfortunately, due to some issues with Afghanistan, the barriers have not been placed, he said.Bizenjo also said that the provincial government will soon inaugurate the Quetta Safe City project, which will further curb terrorism from the country.

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Publication:The Balochistan Express (Quetta, Pakistan)
Date:May 8, 2018
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