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Baloch Student grills Chief Minister

Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif was grilled by hard-hitting questions of  a delegation of visiting students from Balochistan, reported 24 News. 

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Students from Balochistan lamented that the development projects could only be seen in Lahore whereas the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is mainly located in Balochistan. A girl stood up and lamented that fundamental needs of the people in Gwadar are not being fulfilled. She wondered that when VVIPs visit the province, the electricity is provided on emergency basis without outages while during regular days, electricity is only available for two or three hours in a day.

You come and electricity is made available during your visit and when you go away it also goes away,” she protested.

In response, Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif who was listening to the question attentively appreciated the audacity of the Baloch student and essentially laughed it away.

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