Islamabad sit-in poses threat to peace and stability: Jan Achakzai


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QUETTA: Balochistan caretaker Minister for Information, Jan Achakzai, while expressing his serious concern over the ongoing sit-in in Islamabad, said the long marchers protesting could pose a threat to peace and stability at any moment.

Speaking at a press conference on Sunday, he said that they are ruining the state’s reputation under the guise of advocating for missing persons.

He claimed that those who were being declared by Baloch Yakjehti Committee as “missing persons” were, in fact, “terrorists” and killed in Pakistan’s recent strike inside Iran.

He said that the hostile intelligence agencies could target the protesters’ camp to blame Pakistan.

Mr Achakzai said that conspiracies against Pakistan have been exposed, and thanks to the wisdom of the civil and military leadership, the country’s stature and status have increased.

He urged the judiciary and administration in Islamabad not to grant further concessions to those protesting in the name of missing persons, as they are spreading toxic propaganda against the country.

Regarding Iranian aggression, he stated, “Our stance is clear that open hostility from Iran led to the martyrdom of innocent people. Jaish al-Adl has no presence in Pakistan, and we will not allow our soil to be used against anyone.”

Mr Achakzai also raised concerns about individuals wearing masks in the Islamabad camp, suggesting that they could be terrorists associated with banned organisations.

He emphasised that action could be taken in Islamabad at any time, and administrative measures could be implemented to handle the camp, highlighting that it is not solely a legal matter

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