QUETTA - Baloch Liberation United Front (BLUF) once again extended its deadline earlier given for the killing of UNHCR official John Solecki. 'We are extending our deadline on the appeal made by veteran Baloch leaders'. BLUF spokesman Mir Shahak Baloch calling from unknown location via satellite phone to newsmen said that deadline was being extended after appeal made by Nawab Khair Bakhsh Marri and his son Nawabzada Hyrbiyar Marri. 'UN should take immediate and practical measures for the recovery of missing 1,109 Baloch men and women', he added. Expressing distrust over Parliamentary Committee, he said that BLUF was willing to repose its trust in UN, if it agreed to accept its demands. He said that UN should exert pressure on Pakistan for the release of 1,109 people warning that if their demands were not accepted they would kill John Solecki. Responding to a question regarding, govt claims of exposing 52 missing persons, he rejected the claim and said that there would be no compromise on the release of 1,109 listed persons provided to govt. He informed the health of John Solecki was stable, but any lapse on behalf of UN could be dangerous and UN would be responsible for it. John Solecki, who heads the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) in Quetta was abducted at gunpoint on February 2 while travelling to work. His driver was killed. Haq Nawaz from Islamabad adds: President Zardari has again shown his firm resolve to fight terrorism, saying that acts of extremism cannot deter government's commitment to curb terrorism in all its forms and manifestations. During a telephonic conversation with Secretary General United Nation Ban Ki-moon, who telephoned the President, he said the government was making all-out efforts to recover the kidnapped UN official safely, says spokesman for the Presidency here Friday. The Secretary General showed his concern over the terrorist attack on Sri Lankan cricket team and condemned this heinous act. He also regretted killing of security personnel while providing security cover to Sri Lankan players. Matters relating to the setting up of the inquiry commission, regional peace and stability, and early recovery of kidnapped UN official came under discussion. The President apprised UN Secretary General of the government's efforts for the release of abducted UN employee and assured that no stone would be left unturned in that respect. Ban while appreciating the efforts of the government underscored the importance of the humanitarian work being undertaken by Solecki and stressed that no cause could be served by prolonging his abduction. The senior official of United Nation High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) was abducted last month from Quetta, Balochistan.