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CM sees Balochistan as changed province in five years


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QUETTA: Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan Alyani has said that Balochistan would emerge as a changed province in next five years as his government was pursuing a comprehensive planning for its development.

Speaking at a ceremony for distribution of laptops among students on Tuesday, he said his government’s top priority was developing human resources and increasing revenue collection.

“Agriculture, minerals, energy, tourism and fisheries sectors are open for investment. People from all over the world will come to invest in Balochistan in the next few years.”


The chief minister said it was an era of fast changes and more amazing developments would take place in the computer and technology sectors in the next five years.

He exhorted youths to seize opportunities in education and technology sectors which would undergo major transformation in the coming years.

Mr Alyani advised students not to compromise on the quality of education. He expressed the hope that youths would get opportunities to move ahead in their professional life when the standard of education and training would get better.

“The opportunities available for the younger generation today can’t be imagined in the past.”

The chief minister stressed the need to provide equal opportunities of education and training to both male and female students.

He said women were playing an important role in the economic field like their male counterparts. “The families of educated women are more prosperous,” he said.

The chief minister distributed laptops among male and female students belonging to various colleges and universities of Quetta, Mastung, Zhob, Killa Saifullah and Pishin.

Finance Minister Zahoor Ahmed Buledi, Adviser to the CM for Youth Affairs, Archives, Sports and Culture, Abdul Khaliq Hazara, Special Assistant to the CM Rameen Mohammad Hasani, retired Captain Abdul Khaliq Achakzai and Akbar Askani were among those who attended the function.

Published in Dawn, January 1st, 2020

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