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No talks with people who don’t recognise Constitution: Zehri

No talks with people who don’t recognise Constitution: Zehri
May 18, 2017

QUETTA, 18 May: Balochistan Chief Minister Nawab Sanaullah Zehri said on Wednesday that talks will not be held with those people who don’t recognise the Constitution of Pakistan.

Addressing a press conference, the chief minister said China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is Pakistan’s economic jugular vein. He said the enemies of the state are trying to sabotage CPEC and using every tactic to pursue their nefarious designs.

“Our enemies are using all tactics to sabotage CPEC and terrorism is their most lethal tactic. A suicide attack was carried out in Mastung during Belt and Road Forum. Similarly, innocent labourers were killed in Gwadar. They are using terrorism as a tool to damage our interests,” Mr Zehri said.

The chief minister said talks will never be held with those people accepting funds from hostile agencies and murdering innocent people. He said the perpetrators of Mastung and Gwadar terror attacks will meet their fate soon.


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