QUETTA, Aug 29: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah has said that the elected government would resolve the issues of Balochistan.

He supported the rights and demands of the people of the province.

Talking to newsmen after a brief visit to muster support for PPP’s presidential candidate Asif Ali Zardari on Friday, he said that the government was determined to resolve all issues of Balochistan in an amicable manner.

During his stay in Quetta, Qaim Ali Shah met Balochistan Chief Minister Nawab Mohammad Aslam Raisani, cabinet members and parliamentary leaders of the parties in the ruling coalition.

He said Balochistan should get all its legitimate rights. “The PPP-led government would support the rights of Balochistan at all levels,” Mr Shah said.

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