NAWABSHAH – Chief Minister Sindh, Syed Murad Ali Shah has said that many facilitators of Sehwan blast had been apprehended while law enforcement agencies were very close to the accused of the heinous act of terrorism.

While talking to media during a visit to review the work on Rohri Canal CC toping project here on Saturday, Sayed Murad Ali Shah said the investigators of the Sehwan tragedy had gathered sufficient information with the help of CCTV cameras installed at the shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar which would prove helpful in further investigation of the incident.

He told that enemies of the country wanted to destabilise Pakistan but their nefarious efforts would not be succeeded.

“Terrorism is an international issue and Pakistan is the biggest victim of this menace,” he said and added that the government had expedited operation to weed out it.

He informed that crackdown had already been started in Sindh including mega city of Karachi against illegally staying Afghanis and their facilitators.

CM Sindh informed that Rohri Canal CC toping project had been completed with the cost of Rs. 10 billion and now Jamrao and other canals were being cemented. He said that PPP Chairman Bilwal Bhutto Zardari would soon inaugurate the bridge here. – APP