QUETTA: Balochistan Governor Nawab Zulfiqar Ali Magsi has said there is no justification for dissolving assembly. If Supreme Court has issued an order, government should make corrections of its matters. There is no constitutional crisis in the province. Matters in the assembly run. It is duty of the State to crack down against those creating law and order situation. There are foreign hands involved in deteriorating situation in the country which were using innocent people for their ulterior motives.
He was speaking to Media men after passing out parade of Balochistan Recruits in Quetta Cantt Thursday.
Commander Southern Command Lt General Muhammad Alam Khattak, provincial ministers, tribal leaders and senior civil and military officers attended the passing out parade.
Answering a question Governor Magsi said there is no justification for dismantling the assembly. If Supreme Court has given a decision, government should correct its matter according to that decision. There is no constitutional crisis in the province. Matters are run in the assembly. He said decision about caretaker government prior to elections would be taken according to the constitutional.
Answering a question he said he has never been satisfied with law and order situation in the province. State should take action against law breakers and a crackdown should be taken in this regard. Strict action should be taken against those involved in such acts.
Governor said he has been saying foreign hands are involved in aggravating the situation in the country. It was passing through most crucial situation. It is hope we all would foil ulterior motives of enemies of the country. He said the way we interfere in matters of other countries. They also do the same as and when they get an opportunity.
Earlier addressing an impressive ceremony of passing out parade of Baloch recruits at EME centre here today Governor congratulated the recruits on completion of their training successfully and said the passing out recruits would enhance the pride of nation in future. He lauded the efforts of Chief of the Army Staff General Ashfaq Pervez Kayani for giving special attention to the recruitments of the Balochistan youth in the Army and relaxing the enrolment criteria for them.
He also inspected Guard of Honour and took salute of the parade. Army Aviation planes and helicopters demonstrated fly past.
He appreciated that more than 18000 soldiers and over 700 officers from Balochistan were serving Pakistan Army. He said Pakistan is passing through a difficult time and with unity and harmony we will defeat the nefarious designs of our enemies. He said that Army is the guarantor of security and integrity of the country.
Governor Balochistan on the occasion awarded prizes to the best recruits of Army and FC and congratulated them on their excellent performance. As many as 1614 recruits participated in the parade.
Meanwhile the ISPR spokesman highlighting the Army’s efforts said that Sui Education City in Dera Bugti District is one of the glaring examples where Army has established a Military College in which 400 cadets from the area were being imparted quality education.
Under Chamalang education system Army is providing free of cost education and boarding/lodging to 4300 Balochistan children in Army Public Schools/Colleges across the country, he noted adding a Medical College has also been established in Quetta by Army where 100 local students are enrolled.
He further said that Chamalang Coal Mines remained disputed between two tribes for over a decade. Pakistan Army negotiated and resolved the dispute and paved the way for employment of thousands of locals besides ensuring a major step towards the economic development of the province. The credit of economic activities in Duki and Musakhel Coal Mines also goes to the Pakistan Army.
About the role of Pak Army during recent 52 days long strike by doctors in the province, he said that CMH Quetta established an emergency cell to deal with helpless patients and treated free of cost over 16,000 patients.