Fencing work on 182 km Pak-Afghan border completed, 27 km fencing continues
On the Pak-Afghan border, 212 km of fencing, 182 km of work has been completed while 27 km of fencing work is underway.
An important meeting was held under the chairmanship of Interior Minister Mir Ziaullah Lango regarding fencing on Pak-Afghan border, resettlement of divided villages among other issues, progress in fencing on Pak-Afghan border, overall law and order. Administrative matters regarding the situation and resettlement of people in the divided areas on the border were reviewed in detail while several important decisions were taken.
The meeting also reviewed the decisions taken regarding the settlement of fences, villages and the implementation of the orders issued. The progress of implementation of these decisions was also reviewed.
Apart from Engineer Zamrak Khan Achakzai, Additional Chief Secretary Home Hafiz Abdul Basit, Commissioner Quetta Division Asfandyar Kakar, DIG Quetta Muhammad Azhar Akram, Commandant Chaman Scouts Colonel Muhammad Rashid, Deputy Commissioner Qila Abdullah Baqam Chaman and other concerned departments were present on the occasion. Civil and military officials attended the meeting.
Briefing the meeting about the respective departments, the meeting was informed that so far 182 km of fencing of 213 km on Pak-Afghan border has been completed while fencing of 27 km is in progress.