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Federal postings to expedite CPEC



By News Desk

Published: September 2, 2018

Balochistan CM Kamal had requested for posting officers to assist the provincial government in development projects, the spokesperson says. PHOTO: REUTERS

ISLAMABAD: The federal government led by Prime Minister Imran Khan attaches top priority to the development and progress of the people of Balochistan, a government spokesperson says.

In this connection, as a first step, the federal government has posted nine experienced and senior officers of the federal services in Balochistan for implementing important development projects and expediting work being carried out under the umbrella of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) in Balochistan.

New CM Kamal sinks his teeth into provincial affairs

The government, the spokesperson said, has carried out reshuffling of such officers who were posted at particular stations for long as part of its policy to post officers on merit.

Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan had also requested for posting officers to assist the provincial government in carrying out its plans aimed at improving the living standard of the people of Balochistan, the spokesperson added.



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