13 suicide bombers ....
tive installations and premises including airports, air bases, ports and public areas.
The law enforcement agencies have been asked to exercise utmost vigilance to ward off any untoward incident.
Meanwhile, the fresh wave of violent attacks on security personnel and target killings in Balochistan are aimed at disturbing the environment in the country to sabotage the multibillion dollars China Pakistan Economic Corridor Project (CPEC), security sources told Pakistan Observer on Friday.
Following the arrest of Kulbhushan Yadav, the Indian agent, there is no doubt in our minds that India harbours sordid designs against the mega corridor project, said the sources.
The sources said that both the military and civilian leadership are fully aware of the nefarious campaign launched against the project and all necessary measures are being taken to ensure implementation of the project without any hiccups as the project envisages enormous economic benefits for the country through enhanced connectivity within the region.
“The forward march of Pakistan is not acceptable to some of the countries especially India which misses no opportunity to harm our national interests and malign us at the international level, the sources said adding it has been decided to take the world capitals as well as the United Nations into confidence over the interference of India in Pakistan.
They pointed out that that Pakistan had already submitted dossiers with the United Nations on the matter and based on the revelations made by Yadav, the matter can be taken up again with the world body.
The sources said keeping in view the threats faced by the corridor project it has been decided to raise 22 additional wings of Civil Armed Forces to ensure security of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CEPC) projects. The 17280 personnel will be hired for this purpose. Over 3000 personnel have already been hired. Funds have also been allocated for the procurement of arms and ammunition for these wings.