QUETTA: The Balochistan National Party (BNP)’s chief Sardar Akhter Jan Mengal visited Methodist Church on Christmas showing his regret and sympathies on Church Suicide bombing.
Sardar Akhter Jan Mengal accompanied with newly joined Nawabzada Lashkari Raisani, Senator Jahanzaib Jamaldini and other party leader visited Methodist Church and strongly condemned attacks against minorities.
“There is not any writ of the government, people of Balochistan have been left unsecure where terrorists are roaming freely and targeting innocent people of the province.” Akhter Mengal said while talking to media after meeting Bishop Sadiq Denial.
“We have been hearing an uproar by the provincial government that foreign hand involved in terrorist activities in the province but this is up to Provincial Government to reveal enemies playing their dirty games on our soil.”
Criticizing the provincial government’s claims regarding improving law and order BNP’s Chief said, the rulers have taken shelter in their bunkers but the people of Quetta have been left free for terrorists,
“Terrorists are carrying-out attacks in highly protected red-zone that depicting the false of improving law and order.”
Showing his full support with the Christian community living in Balochistan Akher Mengal said, BNP is standing with all minorities here and we strongly condemned attack on Church that turned greetings into tears.