QUETTA -  The attack on Police Training College (PTC) Quetta on October 24 was an Indian conspiracy to sabotage China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, said Inspector General Frontier Corps (IG FC) Balochistan Maj-Gen Sher Afgan on Saturday.

Though the Indian intelligence agency (RAW) had declared a war to spoil law and order situation in Balochistan, the gallant masses of Balochistan sternly discarded the Indian interference in the province.

Addressing the inaugural ceremony of a government high school at Harnai organized by Frontier Corps Balochistan, IG FC said around 700 Frontier Corps Jawans had embraced martyrdom and 2,000 sustained injuries to maintain law and order in the province.

“We welcome everyone taking part in the development and prosperity of Pakistan,” Sher Afgan said.

He was of the view that India meddling in Balochistan affairs and had declared a war to spoil peace in the province, adding the law-enforcing agencies and brave people of Balochistan were using every avenue to unearth these cowardice interferences of the enemy.

“No trick of the enemy will succeed as a disgraceful failure will be its fate,” he averred, adding there would be a zero tolerance for miscreants as the policy of the incumbent government and security forces was very clear against enemies of peace. The unrivalled sacrifices of FC Jawans and the masses have ensured peaceful environment in Balochistan, he affirmed.

Maj-Gen Sher Afgan asserted CPEC would usher in new era of prosperity and progress in the entire country, including Balochistan, and ameliorate the fate of the masses. He reiterated no attempt of the enemy could damage the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.

He went on to say that the secret of success was hidden in skilled human development and this was possible with quality education. He pledged the FC would play its role in ensuring quality education to every nook of the province besides defending borders.