Farewell to arms: 18 Bugti fighters surrender, gain amnesty

Saturday, October 5th, 2013 4:00:15 by



QUETTA: 

Some 18 Bugti fighters have turned themselves in to the inspector general of Frontier Corps (IG FC) in the presence of tribal elders at Dera Bugti on Friday.

The rebels, who were watched by their families, resolved to live as a peaceful citizen in future, according to a statement released by the FC spokesperson.

They expressed satisfaction about the amnesty and the package of facilities offered by the provincial government.

The rebels were fervent in fighting with the security forces and involved in various acts of terror in the province like destroying power pylons, government buildings and other government properties.

IG FC Major General Ejaz Shahid welcoming the decision of the rebels to give up arms, urged other fighters living in mountains and in foreign countries to surrender and work for the peace and prosperity of the province.

“The people should not be swayed by the provocative statements of insurgents, but work with the government institutions for the prosperity of the country.” FC IG said.

The FC inspector general has appreciated the performance of the Sui Rifles and said the law and order situation of the province was improving on account [ positive efforts of the government.

Published in The Express Tribune, October 5th, 2013.



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Farewell to arms: 18 Bugti fighters surrender, gain amnesty

Saturday, October 5th, 2013 4:00:14 by



QUETTA: 

Some 18 Bugti fighters have turned themselves in to the inspector general of Frontier Corps (IG FC) in the presence of tribal elders at Dera Bugti on Friday.

The rebels, who were watched by their families, resolved to live as a peaceful citizen in future, according to a statement released by the FC spokesperson.

They expressed satisfaction about the amnesty and the package of facilities offered by the provincial government.

The rebels were fervent in fighting with the security forces and involved in various acts of terror in the province like destroying power pylons, government buildings and other government properties.

IG FC Major General Ejaz Shahid welcoming the decision of the rebels to give up arms, urged other fighters living in mountains and in foreign countries to surrender and work for the peace and prosperity of the province.

“The people should not be swayed by the provocative statements of insurgents, but work with the government institutions for the prosperity of the country.” FC IG said.

The FC inspector general has appreciated the performance of the Sui Rifles and said the law and order situation of the province was improving on account [ positive efforts of the government.

Published in The Express Tribune, October 5th, 2013.



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QUETTA: 

Some 18 Bugti fighters have turned themselves in to the inspector general of Frontier Corps (IG FC) in the presence of tribal elders at Dera Bugti on Friday.

The rebels, who were watched by their families, resolved to live as a peaceful citizen in future, according to a statement released by the FC spokesperson.

They expressed satisfaction about the amnesty and the package of facilities offered by the provincial government.

The rebels were fervent in fighting with the security forces and involved in various acts of terror in the province like destroying power pylons, government buildings and other government properties.

IG FC Major General Ejaz Shahid welcoming the decision of the rebels to give up arms, urged other fighters living in mountains and in foreign countries to surrender and work for the peace and prosperity of the province.

“The people should not be swayed by the provocative statements of insurgents, but work with the government institutions for the prosperity of the country.” FC IG said.

The FC inspector general has appreciated the performance of the Sui Rifles and said the law and order situation of the province was improving on account [ positive efforts of the government.

Published in The Express Tribune, October 5th, 2013.



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