Development prime objective: BAP

Published: July 9, 2018
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BAP President Jam Kamal. PHOTO: MOHAMMAD ZAFAR

BAP President Jam Kamal. PHOTO: MOHAMMAD ZAFAR

QUETTA: Balochistan Awami Party (BAP) President Jam Kamal Aliyani has said that his party has been conducting election campaigns throughout the province with full zeal and fervour as good governance and development of the province is the prime vision of his party.

“BAP was formed in the larger interest of the people of Balochistan which is evident from the fact that from the very first day we have pledged jobs, peace and better lifestyle with provision of all amenities,” said Kamal while talking to journalists at the Gwadar Press Club on Sunday.

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Former provincial minister Prince Ahmed Ali, BAP candidate for PB-51 Gwadar Yaqoob Bizenjo and other party leaders accompanied Kamal.

The BAP president said, “Gwadar has become an integral part of Pakistani politics as the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor promises a bright future for Pakistan as well as Balochistan. In the previous eras, leadership of Balochistan failed in building good relations with the federal regimes, but BAP will not compromise the rights of the people of Balochistan.”

He said, “In today’s politics there is lack of ideology and rules, but BAP will not disappoint the people of Balohistan as we have pledged a better future and infrastructure for them who were deliberately neglected by the Centre.

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“Due to negligence and flawed policies of politicians, Gwadar, despite being a deep port city, has been facing severe water shortage. BAP’s vision is to provide all humanitarian needs to the people of Gwadar.”

On the role of journalists in election, Kamal said, “Journalism is a vital pillar of the state. Journalists in Balochistan must play their active role in creating awareness among the people regarding their rights.

Kamal urged the journalist community to allow young journalists into their profession.

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