Pakistan`s JUI-F sees conspiracy behind unrest
Islamabad: Pakistan`s political party Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazl-ur-Rehman has blamed the unrest being spread across the country on a pre-planned conspiracy, Geo News reported.
While interacting with different delegations in Lahore, Rehman strongly condemned the recent acts of terrorism in Karachi city and Mastung district, some 30 km from Quetta city, and demanded that the government make public the facts about these incidents.
On Sunday, 19 people, including four women, were killed and 25 wounded in the south-western part of the country when a militant rammed his explosives-laden vehicle into a three-bus convoy of Shia pilgrims travelling from Quetta to Taftan in Iran.
In another incident, Taliban killed 21 Pakistani security personnel whom they abducted a few days ago from a check post in Balochistan province, a media report Sunday said.
Also, two security men were killed in a bomb blast in North Waziristan agency Sunday.
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