QUETTA - Governor of Saudi Arabia’s Tabuk region, Prince Fahd Bin Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud on Thursday left for his home country after spending 24 days in hunting of houbara bustard in Balochistan’s Dalbandin district.

The sources said that the governor left for Saudi Arabia through his special plane after spending 24 days in hunting precious houbara birds in desert areas of the district.

Adviser to CM for Public Health Engineering Amanullah Khan Notezai, district chairman Mir Dawood Khan Notezai and other government officials saw him off.

Saudi Prince Fahd had has been visits Balochistan between December and January for hunting and spends weeks in hunting houbara bustards in the area. The Saudi prince had arrived on Jan 7.


The alleged murderer of a soccer player – who was abducted three days ago from Balochistan’s Chaman city and later killed – was apprehended on Thursday.

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“The killer of slain footballer Naseer Ahmed has been netted,” claimed Saifulllah Kethran, Deputy Commissioner Qilla Abdullah at a press conference.

He said the security forces also recovered pistol from the custody of culprit which was allegedly used in the crime. Naseer Ahmed was kidnapped three days ago from Chaman and his dead body was found in Kozak mountainous area. He was shot dead.

The infuriated relatives angered over the brutal killing of the young man staged demonstration in the border city for justice.

Addressing a press conference after arresting the accused, the deputy commissioner said that mobile phone of the deceased footballer had also been recovered from the alleged killer, and investigation was underway.

Saifullah Kethran maintained that reasons behind killing Naseer Ahmed would soon be made public.