ISLAMABAD - Federal Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan has resolved to keep strict vigil over the policy of arming a specific group in Balochistan under the guise of National security.

In a statement after holding a meeting with Balochistan Chief Minister Abdul Malik Baloch, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan assured the CM about federal government’s assistance in maintaining law and order situation in the province.

He also said that all such groups armed by the previous governments in the past would be disarmed as well.

The meeting also agreed upon speeding the developmental progress of the province, while the policy of evolving consensus over dialogue with all political and non-political groups for peace and political stability of the province was also deliberated upon.

According to a statement, the Balochistan CM is expected to play his important and due role in this regard. However the term ‘non-political groups’ was not fully deliberated about.

During the meeting between Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan and Abdul Malik Baloch, the holding of peaceful local government elections was discussed, while the services rendered by police and law enforcement agencies were also lauded.

Meanwhile, trends indicated that the provincial government is quite active in getting dissident Baloch leaders into mainstream of national politics.

Talking to journalists here, National Party’s Hasil Bizenjo said that situation in the province was changing fast as compared to that of previous 65 years.