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Navy’s efforts for socio-economic uplift of Balochistan lauded


BEHRAM BALOCH

GWADAR: Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Mohammad Amjad Khan Niazi has acknowledged and lauded Pakistan Navy’s concerted efforts for uplift in the fields of health and education, especially in the coastal belt of Balochistan.

Speaking as chief guest at an impressive Parents’ Day Ceremony held at Pakistan Navy Cadet College, Ormara, the naval chief said on Tuesday that Pakistan got beneficial results from different economic policies and projects in Gwadar port and the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor by educating local populace.

The admiral reiterated that quality education was the only route to getting rid of poverty and unemployment in the region.


On arrival, the naval chief was received by the College Principal Commodore Masood-ul-Hasan and presented a guard of honour by the cadets.

The Admiral congratulated the prize-winners and appreciated their performance in academics and co-curricular activities. He expressed deep appreciation for the college faculty for imparting quality education and laying strong career foundations for young cadets from Balochistan and across the country.

Earlier in his address of welcome address, Commodore Hasan presented a resume of cadets’ performance in academics, curricular and co-curricular activities.

He extended his gratitude to the naval chief and parents of cadets for being the part of Parents Day and Annual Prize Distribution ceremony.


Civil and military dignitaries, local notables of Balochistan and parents of cadets also attended the ceremony.

Published in Dawn, December 22nd, 2021
https://www.dawn.com/news/1665077

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