PM urges Balochistan to ‘look after’ foreign investors . PM urges

PM urges Balochistan to ‘look after’ foreign investors . PM urges

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif said that the huge mineral and natural resources of Balochistan belong to its people . He stressed that locals must support and take care of foreign investors who were striving for the betterment of the province . The Chinese were working on various development projects which were almost abandoned during the era of previous government which halted work on ChinaPakistan Economic Corridor CPEC projects .

The prime minister reiterated the governments resolve to develop the Gwadar sea port as one of the best in the world . He said that despite months of challenging times the coalition government managed to lay the foundation of development and prosperity in the country especially in Balochistani .

He also directed the relevant authorities to further increase the laptop quota to per cent for the next fiscal year . Chief of Army Staff General Syed Asim Munir also attended the ceremony along with other ministers and senior officials . The premier lamented that when he visited as prime minister last year he was shocked to note that the previous government had abandoned work on all ongoing projects in the city .

He added that the former government had . abandoned projects in Gwadare were put on the backburner and had been delayed since then . He told the newsmen that he had inaugurated a clean drinking water project also launched by Nawaz Sharif but faced an unnecessary delay since then.

The premier said he had launched a clean water project was also launched but faced a . unnecessary delay . The PM also said that he launched multiple projects in . the previous Government had been launched in GwAdare. He also added that he planned and launched several projects in Gwadadar and other sectors in Gwaddar.

He said the previous . The previous government. had abandoned projects to be launched by the former .


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