Staff Reporter Quetta
Governor Punjab Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) does not believe in develop-ment of any single province but believes in the development of the entire country.
He was speaking after inaugurating filtration plants of Sarwar Foun-dation at Kali Nasran near Quetta Cantt and Quetta Bypass on Sat-urday, the second day of his visit to Quetta.
Begum Perveen Sar-war, wife of Governor Punjab also set up an ‘art gallery’ to teach free skills to the women in Quetta jails.
Chairman Dr. Amjad Saqib, Khaliq Ahmed Sindhu of Sarwar Foun-dation and others were also present on the occasion.
Chaudhry Sarwar also called on PTI Provincial Minister Sardar Yar Mohammad Rind at the office of Boys Scouts and discussed projects of Boys Scouts and party matters.
Meanwhile, Begum Perveen Sar-war visited the Womens’ Jail in Quetta along with social activist Nadeem Kakar and set up a craft center there to teach women free skills and provided 20 sewing machines.
Talking to media, Governor Punjab said that PTI does not believe in development of any single province but believes in the development of the entire country.
He said that all resources will be mobilized to ensure the provision of basic amenities including health and educa-tion to the people of Balochistan.
He further stated that the doors of all the universities of Punjab are open for the students of Balochistan and no Baloch students will be deprived of education in the universities of Punjab due to non-availability of fees.
‘I believe that a strong and prosperous Balochis-tan is the guarantee of a strong and prosperous Pakistan,’ he said.
Talking to media, Begum Perveen Sarwar said that we have also set up skill centers for women prisoners in Punjab jails and now, we have started work on this project in Balochistan as well.
Our first four filtration plants in Balochistan are already providing clean drinking water to the people and now two more filtration plants have been inaugurated.