200 insurgents lay down arms in Turbat

QUETTA: Approximately 200 insurgents lay down their arms in Turbat during a ceremony attended by Chief Minister (CM) Balochistan Abdul Qudus Bizenjo and Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Asim Bajwa.

The ceremony was held at the Frontier Corps Headquarters in Turbat and among the 200 who lay down arms were 17 commanders. The CM lauded those who took the decision to lay down arms and reintegrate into society.

70 Baloch insurgents lay down their arms

At least 1800 insurgents have laid down their arms to date. In December last year, at least 70 Baloch separatist militants, including commanders, renounced violence and lay down their arms. The militants belonged to the banned Baloch Liberation Army (BLA) and the United Baloch Army (UBA), which have long been fighting government forces.

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