Balochistan’s problems will be reduced, hopes Bizenjo

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Chief Minister Balochistan Abdul Quddus Bizenjo on Friday expressed hope that the problems of the people of the province will be reduced, saying that the province has suffered a lot due to flood disasters.

Addressing the public gathering, CM Abdul Quddus Bizenjo emphasized that only a nation that respects its institutions can develop. Talking about his visit to Awaran, Chief Minister Bizenjo said that the situation in the area was very bad a few years ago. He said that the country has been pulled back due to the deteriorating law and order situation. “It is my priority that the quality of education in Awaran should be high,” he added.

CM Bizenjo announced to build a Cadet College for girls in Quetta, which was the dream of Lt. Gen. Sarfraz Ali, he added. Talking about the role of the Pakistan Army, Bizenjo said that the role of the Pak Army is very important for the safety and security of the country. Along with announcing projects related to education in Awaran, CM Bizenjo also vowed to start the power projects.—INP

 

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