Chief Minister Baluchistan Sanaullah Zehri visited Civil Hospital Karachi to meet the injured victims of Shah Noorani Shrine’s blast and said that fight against terrorism will be continued till the complete eradication of terrorists from Pakistan.
While talking to media, Sanaullah Zehri said that terrorists are cruel people but yet fight against them will be continued. He also ensured that security will be beefed up and proper security measures will be taken at Shah Noorani Shrine to ensure the safety of visitors.
He also said that check posts will be established and CCTV cameras will also be installed in Shah Noorani Shrine. In the meanwhile, Shah Noorani Shrine to remain closed until the completion of investigation, he added.
The Chief Minister Baluchistan told the journalists that Islamic State (Daesh) has claimed the responsibility for Shrine Blast. He further said that terrorists have always gone for soft targets and killed innocent people including women and children.
He again ensured that fight against the terror elements in our society will be continued. CM Baluchistan has also decided to hand over the Shah Noorani Shrine’s management to Auqaf Department.
Rana Sanaillah Zehri announced Rs. One Million for the families of lost souls and Half a Million for the injured victims of the attack. He thanked Sindh Government as well for providing the best possible facilities to the affected people.
Earlier, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif also announced Five Lakh Rs. for per deceased’s family, 2 Lakh for severely injured people and One Lakh for those having mild or less severe injuries.
Yesterday, 65 people lost their lives while more than 110 got injured when a blast struck Shah Noorani Shrine in Baluchistan’s Hub District. Devotees were particularly targeted when they were participating in a ritual ceremony at the shrine of Sufi Shah Noorani, which is located 460 miles south of Quetta.