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Minister reviews fence installing at Pakistan-Afghanistan border

QUETTA – Balochistan Home Minister Mir Ziaullah Langove on Monday said that timely completion of fence installation project at Pak-Afghan border was essential for strengthening security measures of both sides. 

He expressed these views while chairing a 5th meeting of Pak-Afghan border fence to review process of project or­ganized at Chaman area of Kila Abdullah district. 

Additional Chief Secretary Home Hafiz Abdul Basit, Com­mander Southern Command Brigadier Wajid, Commandant Chaman Scouts Col. Rashid, Dep­uty Commissioner Qila Abdullah Javed Mengal, and other officials attended the meeting. 

cAddressing the meeting, Mir Ziaullah directed relevant of­ficials that they should take all available resources to complete the project on a priority basis. 

He said the incidence of ter­rorism in the province has been significantly reduced from in­stallment of 187 km fence at Pak-Afghan border.

“Installation of fences on the border is in the common in­terest of both countries which strengthening the defense”, he said the government would speed up the fence installation process to curb terrorism activi­ties in the area.

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