KARACHI (Web Desk) – Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah and Balochistan Chief Minister Sanaullah Zehri have agreed to devise a joint strategy to eliminate terrorists in their provinces.

The agreement came during a telephonic conversation between the two provincial chief ministers.

Shah and Zehri announced that the police of the two provinces would coordinate with each other in order to establish a common monitoring and checking system in the border areas. Both voiced hope that this would help in stopping the terrorists and miscreants from entering into their provinces, Express Tribune Reported.

The two chief ministers pledged that terrorism in any form would not be tolerated and would not end their task until the last terrorist is eliminated.

Moreover, Murad allocated funds for training of Sindh police by Pakistan Army. Chief Minister (CM) Murad Ali Shah approved the funds while presiding over a meeting at CM House on Friday on the issues of the police department. A total of Rs300 million were approved for special training of 2,500 personnel of the Sindh police.