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Nobody would be allowed to obstruct the revolutionary development of Balochistan: Musharraf
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Nobody would be allowed to obstruct the revolutionary development of Balochistan: Musharraf

President General Pervez Musharraf today said that nobody would be allowed to obstruct the revolutionary development of Balochistan.

Sui (Balochistan), May 10 : President General Pervez Musharraf today said that nobody would be allowed to obstruct the revolutionary development of Balochistan.

Addressing a public gathering at Pak Kila in the region's Sui area on Thursday, Musharraf, dressed as a traditional Balochi, said: "Gone are the days when this area where I am addressing was a den of militants and around 650 rockets were fired in four days."

He also called upon Fararis (rebels and criminal absconders) in the province to surrender, adding that the people of Sui and Dera Bugti wanted both peace and development.

"Only a few Farrari camps are remaining, that will be destroyed very soon," he said.

Musharraf also announced development projects worth Rs 8.5 billion for Dera Bugti.

Around 90000 people were displaced from Dera Bugti, but now they are resettled in their native district, Musharraf said.

During his visit, Musharraf also inaugurated the Sui military cantonment and a terminal at Sui airport. He also directed the Inspector General of Police, Balochistan, to recruit local people for the 300 vacancies existing in the Dera Bugti District Police Force.

The president is scheduled to address a gathering of dignitaries and officials at the Balochistan Governor House.

Tight security has been put in place for the visit of the president.

ANI

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