No talks until militants accept govt’s writ: Pak Interior Minister
Islamabad: Pakistan’s Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan has said that the government will hold dialogue only with those militants who surrendered and accepted the government’s writ.
Nisar, talking to reporters outside the Parliament House, said that an operation had been completed at Bolan Medical Complex in Quetta, resulting in the killing of four terrorists and arrest of one of their accomplices.
He said 14 students died and 19 others suffered injuries when terrorists attacked their bus.
According to the Daily Times, about attack on Quaid-e-Azam’s Residency in Ziarat, he said an inquiry had already been ordered and its report would be made public soon.
He added that the historic building suffered extensive damages in five explosions.
Nisar said that the wooden structure and furniture of the building was completely burnt, but the museum and rare photographs remained intact.
He said that for Islamabad, he had directed the police to enhance security and to remain extra vigilant in the light of the heightened security alerts.
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