QUETTA (APP) - Chief Minister Balochistan Nawab Aslam Raisani Sunday linked the current deteriorating law and order situation in the province to ongoing war in Afghanistan. Talking to media at Civil Hospital Quetta where he inaugurated a Children Ward, he said ongoing Afghan war had created problems for Pakistan, and especially in Balochistan, which shared a long border with Afghanistan. He said the US, western and some Gulf governments had fought a proxy war in Afghanistan against the USSR and Pakistan was still suffering from its effects, adding that the warlords in Afghanistan had accumulated a lot of money and weapons. He emphasised the need to take steps to normalise the situation in Pakistan, Iran and Afghanistan. He also condemned the killing of three people and injuring of 11 others on Kawari Road blast in Quetta blast and said he would not accept the deaths of innocent people. The incidents of target killing, and bomb blasts were aimed at damaging Balochistans economy, he added. To a question, he said the provincial government was making all out efforts to improve law and order in the province.