THE kidnapping of UN official John Solecki by the Baloch Liberation United Front on February 2 had caused anxious moments all around: the UN circles, the Pakistan government and the people at large, including his friends and relatives. It is matter of great relief that he is free at last after being kept as hostage for 61 days. With the country already facing a mounting challenge of militancy one would expect internal grievances not to spill over to violence or kidnapping that would create more problems for the country. At the same time, it is incumbent upon the government to move fast to bring about internal harmony.