FO statement comes a day after the US designated Hizbul Mujahideen's Syed Salahuddin a terrorist.
The premier cut his London trip short to condole the loss of more than 150 in an oil tanker explosion.
Security officials say that Abdul Rasool was involved in terrorist activities in various areas of Balochistan.
Kashmiris protest US move designating Hizbul Mujahideen leader Syed Salahuddin a terrorist.
"It seems as though the blood of Kashmiris is not at all important to the US," says Interior Minister Nisar.
DNA samples of the unidentified bodies have been taken.
Army chief's visit to Parachinar postponed due to poor weather.
Pakistan slip to third in the T20 team rankings.
PM's daughter summoned to appear before JIT on July 5.
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