— Filr Photo

KARACHI: The Balochistan governor admitted on Saturday that the state seemed to be non-existent in the province, according to a DawnNews TV report.

Talking by phone from Quetta, Zulfiqar Magsi said his “heart was bleeding” over the sectarian attack.

“There is chaos everywhere and the state dose not seem to be effective,” he said, thus indirectly admitting his own failure to ensure law and order since the imposition of governor’s rule.

However, Mr Magsi added that he was trying his best to bring peace back to the province.—Dawn Monitor

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