Balochistan CM offers job to martyred cameraman’s wife, brother
QUETTA – Chief Minister of Balochistan Sanaullah Zehri and Home Minister Sarfraz Bugti Wednesday visited martyred cameraman Shahzad Khan’s house and offered condolences to the bereaved family.
The minister announced to give job to Shahzad’s widow and his brother whereas he also prayed for the peace of departed soul.
On the occasion, CM Balochistan said that he can understand the feelings of Shahzad’s family as he had also lost his son and brother in war against terrorism.
He said that war on terror is every one’s fight for which lawyers, civil society and journalists are requested to become united for eradication of terrorism from the state.
Zehri vowed to continue action against terrorists and pledged to free the province from extremists.
Meanwhile, Commander Southern Command Aamer Riaz also paid a visit to Shahzad Khan’s residence and met with his relatives.
The commander also gave Pakistani badge that was fixed on his uniform to the martyr’s daughter when she tried to touch it.
Shahzad Khan, cameraman of Aaj TV, was among 70 others who lost their lives in Quetta civil hospital blast on Monday.
His body was taken to his native town Mastung for burial.
He leaves behind a widow and three children.