Minister directs Chagai officials to go the extra mile for development

Hassani says prime objective is to provide education, healthcare, clean water and security to the people


Our Correspondent November 24, 2018
The provincial government under the leadership of CM Kamal is trying its best to take the province out of financial crisis, the finance minister says. PHOTO: FILE

QUETTA: Provincial Minister for Finance Muhammad Arif Muhammad Hassani has directed the officers of various departments to work sincerely for the development of Chagai so that the dream of a developed and prosperous district can be fulfilled.

“Our prime objective is to provide the people of Chagai with education, healthcare, clean water and security,” said the finance minister while addressing a ceremony regarding the development work going on in Chagai on Friday.

Govt doing all to address financial crisis: Hassani

Rakshan Division Commissioner Naseer Ahmed Nasir, Sheikh Zayed Hospital Medical Superintendent Dr Roshan Ara, Sanaullah, Fazal Qadir Mandokhel, Abdul Rauf, Masood, Ahtaramul Haq and others were present.

“The incumbent provincial government under the leadership of Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan is trying its best to take the province out of the current financial crisis and other problems also so it is mandatory for all the officers of all the departments of the province to implement the development measures adopted by the chief minister … in that way there will be no reason for our province, like other provinces, not to climb the stairs to success,” said Hassani.

Hassani assures basic facilities for masses

He directed all the officers of Chagai to speed up the process of implementing the measures for development and prosperity of the area.

He also ordered all the officers in government departments to work sincerely and honestly to ensure development and prosperity, saying the officials will face strict action if any complaint is received against them.

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