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SSGL to lay 567KM lines to provide gas to 137 Sindh, Balochistan villages

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Sui Southern Gas Company Limited (SSGCL) will lay five hundred and sixty seven kilometer pipelines for gasification of one hundred and thirty seven villages of Sindh and Balochistanprovinces at a cost of over two billion rupees this year, reported Radio Pakistan. 

Under the PM's Global Sustainable Development Goals Programme, the SSGCL is working to provide natural gasfacility to 119 villages in Sindh and 18 villages in Balochistan .

All these projects are being executed on recommendations of parliamentarians and notables of the areas for provision of gas .

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