QUETTA - The security forces on Sunday launched operation in different areas of Balochistan including Afghan refugee camp in Chagai for recovery of UNHCR official John Solecki who was abducted from Quetta on February 2. Security forces during operation rounded up four persons from the Girdi Jungle refugees camp. It may be mentioned here that Girdi Jungle, an area near Pak-Afghan border is considered a safe haven for criminals as they move easily to Afghanistan. According to another report, five accused persons were apprehended from Machh area nearby Noushki town. Sources said that helicopters were also taking part in search operations mainly in mountainous areas of Balochistan while movement of security forces had increased in border towns. The sources said that operation was also conducted in mountains of Panjpahi area for the recovery of UN official. Meanwhile, Balochistan Chief Minister Nawab Aslam Raisani has said that foreign teams have arrived in Quetta in connection with investigation of kidnapping incident of UN official John Solecki. He was talking to newsmen on Sunday on the eve of scrutiny of nomination papers for Senate at the office of Election Commission Balochistan. The Chief Minister is proposer of Abdullah Musazai, a PPP candidate for general seats. To a question regarding kidnapping of UN official, the Chief Minister said that the provincial government was making efforts for his recovery and all available resources were being utilised in this regard. "Many arrests have been made in this connection," he added. To another question, he said, "I have heard that foreign teams have also reached in connection with investigation regarding kidnapping of UN official. They have met local authorities, he said, adding: "They have not met with me". He said that there were no differences in PPP regarding Senate elections. He said that PPP was party of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and Mohatarma Benazir Bhutto and party leaders and workers were promoting their philosophy. He said that many arrests have been made in connection with target killings in Balochistan. Talking to newsmen at luncheon hosted in his honour by PPP minister Muhammad Ismael Gujjar, Chief Minister confirmed that FBI teams had arrived Quetta regarding probe of John Slecki. He said provincial government had announced Rs 2.5 million as reward for information about kidnappers of John Solecki.