New Balochistan CM promises healthcare, education and clean drinking water

Published: January 13, 2018
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He said that he wanted to ensure the completion of CPEC projects as well as other development schemes. PHOTO: FILE

He said that he wanted to ensure the completion of CPEC projects as well as other development schemes. PHOTO: FILE

QUETTA: Balochistan Chief Minister Mir Quddus Bizenjo on Saturday promised to give healthcare, education and clean drinking water to the people during his reign, while delivering his inaugural speech in the Balochistan Assembly.

The newly appointed CM said that he wanted bureaucrats to keep pace with the measures he wants to implement to solve the problems of the people in the province.

“I will use the short time given to me to find solutions to the problems of citizens and will try to boost good governance,” he added.

PML-Q’s Mir Abdul Quddus Bizenjo sworn in as Balochistan CM

“Maintenance of public order shall remain the utmost priority with the protection of the life and property of the people without any discrimination,” Bizenjo told the House.

He said that he wanted to ensure the completion of CPEC projects as well as other development schemes.

He hinted that he would undertake legislation to protect the inalienable rights of the residents of Gwadar District as a whole and he sought help from his colleagues.

“The water scarcity in Quetta will also be addressed on priority basis,”  Bizenjo said.

“I have no personal differences with Nawab Sanaullah Zehri and I have the deepest respect for him”.

“Zehri resigned with grace and upheld the democratic traditions in Balochistan,” the CM said.

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  • muhammad khurram
    Jan 14, 2018 - 12:11AM

    new cm balochistan should care balochistan people spend baloch people money on them honestlyRecommend

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