LAHORE Provincial Minster for Law Rana Sana Ullah Khan on Tuesday visited Chack No. 97/ RB Sheikhupura Road on behalf of Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif to express condolences over the death of educationist Professor Fazal Bari, who was martyred as a result of firing by terrorists at Quetta, the other day. He condoled with the family and offered Fateha for the departed soul. Members Provincial Assembly Khawaja Muhammad Islam and Muhammad Nawaz Malik also accompanied the Minister. On this occasion, MNA Hamza Shahbaz Sharif also expressed his condolences with the sons of Shaheed Fazal Bari on telephone and expressed his grief over the tragedy. Rana Sana Ullah expressed sympathies with the bereaved family and prayed that Allah Almighty may grant courage to them to bear the irreparable loss with fortitude. He paid tributes to the educational services of Shaheed Fazal Barri and said he had dedicated his life for the promotion of knowledge. He said the deceased played an important role for equipping the students of Balochistan with education through his mission, while he was equally popular among the students and people of Balochistan and a symbol of national solidarity. Later, Rana Sana, while talking to journalists, said terrorists wanted to damage national solidarity and weaken the country by fanning hatred among the provinces, but the patriotic people would not let them succeed in their nefarious designs. He strongly condemned this incident of terrorism and said that people of Punjab were with their Balochi Brethren and felt as much grief over the martyrdom of Professor Fazal Bari as their Balochi brothers. He promised to extend all possible assistance to them. CM Punjab will talk to CM Balochistan regarding the security of the family of Shaheed Professor Fazal Bari residing at Quetta, who is making efforts for the promotion of brotherhood and solidarity between Punjab and Balochistan, he assured