Iranian authorities must trust Baloch people to prevent acts of terrorism: Baloch representative to Iranian parliament
Iran, Tehran, Feb. 15/ Trend , A. Namdari/ Tehran must trust Baloch people more to eliminate Jundallah terrorists in the south-eastern Iran, representative of the Baloch people to the Iranian parliament Abdulaziz Jamshidzehi told Trend .
Balochistan-based Jundallah terrorist organization of Iran announced on Feb. 14 that a bomb in highway in Saravan city has killed 9 police officers. Reuters reported that death toll composed four men. Iranian officials have not commented on this issue yet.
Jamshidzehi said he is not aware of the incident and added that situation is stabile in Balochistan.
Jamshidzehi says presence of local military police is the only way to prevent Jundallah acts of terrorism. "It is wrong to deploy police forces in Balochistan from other cities," he noted.
Sunnite Jundallah terrorist group fights the Iranian government to grant freedom of faith to Baloch people. It has committed a number of acts of terrorism against Iranian military forces. The terrorist group killed 19 Iranian military men in December 2008 and exploded a bomb in a car in the Saravan military headquarters last month.
Iran has announced Jundallah terrorist organization and argues the group has headquarters near Pakistan-Iran border.
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