Four militant commanders surrender in Balochistan
QUETTA: Four commanders of a proscribed organisation laid down their weapons and surrendered to authorities in Quetta on Monday. The surrender took place in the presence of Home Minister Balochistan Mir Sarfaraz Bugti. "Militants surrendering before the law would be compensated and respected," said Bugti.
"We were trained in Afghanistan's Nimruz province to carry out subversive activities in Pakistan," said Abdul Sattar, a militant commander who surrendered. "We have also informed the federal government of training camps operating across the border, and their role in training militants," added Bugti. Bugti also said that the present government is determined to ensure peace in the province.