Doctors from the Pakistan Medical Association protest in Quetta against the government's failure to rescue kidnapped psychiatrist Dr Ghulam Rasool – Photo by INP
Doctors from the Pakistan Medical Association protest in Quetta against the government's failure to rescue kidnapped psychiatrist Dr Ghulam Rasool – Photo by INP/File

QUETTA: Sadiq Umrani on Thursday accused Chief Minister Balochistan Aslam Raisani of involvement in the kidnappings of doctors across the province, DawnNews reported.

Speaking to media representatives in Quetta, Umrani said that the provincial government had failed in establishing law and order in Balochistan.

He added the there had been a hike in the incidents of targeted killings and kidnapping for ransom in the province.

Umrani further said that 18 activists of the PPP had been killed in Kalat during the past two years.

Earlier today, PPP's Kalat division had suspended Raisani's party membership, stating that the chief minister had been continually violating party policies.

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