South police arrested about 300 suspects in connection with conflicts and violence in the region, according to Fana Broadcasting Corporate.
Law enforcement agents were working to arrest the perpetrators, who instigate the conflicts and attacks in South nations and nationalities and people, which left several dead and displaced, said Tewodros Woldemichael, police commissioner in a press held yesterday at his office.
In order to support the ongoing reform in the nation, police will work to ensure the rule of law in the region, said the commissioner.
The commissioner appreciated the effort of the regional government to rehabilitate displace people in the region due to a conflict between Gedio Zone and West Guji Zone of Oromia Region.
Peace and reconciliation conference which held before weeks helped to create a sustainable peace between the two people, he added.
The Commissioner said that efforts would be made to ensure the participation of the people ensure peace and security in the region.
According to a report, from the International Committee of the Red Cross, released last month, more than 800,000 people are forcibly displaced from their homes due to an inter-communal clash in southern Ethiopia.
Following the displacement of a large number of people from Oromia and South Nations and Nationalities and People, several people in the region faced a humanitarian crisis due to lack of enough food and water.
The regional government and other international aid organizations have donated in order to alleviate the problem which displaced people faced.
Similarly, Oromia regional state has announced this week that 500 people who have participated in various illegal acts have arrested.