Kalat commissioner inspects ongoing schemes

Says provincial govt has focused on timely completion of projects

APP January 11, 2020

QUETTA: Kalat Division Commissioner Mohammad Tahir on Friday said the provincial government was paying special attention on development of rural and remote areas of the province to ensure completion of schemes without interruption for provision of welfare of common men in their respective areas.

He expressed these views while inspecting various ongoing schemes including health centre, educational institutions, Chitouk’s tourism, Kharazan Hitaachi, RCH and Chatauk’s Reestaurant in Tehsil Maula area of Kalat district during his visit.

Kalat Division Communication and Works Superintending Engineer Faiz Mohsin Baloch, P&D Assistant Director Muhammad Sadiq Notani, Local Government Assistant Engineer Abdul Wahid Baloch, Assistant Engineer Kashif Baloch and other officials were accompanied by the commssioner.

On the occasion, Baloch briefed Hafiz Tahir that constructions of primary schools, Basic Health Unit (BHU) Center and other ongoing development schemes are in final stages of completion in Muala area.

The commissioner said he was inspecting development schemes to review flaws in the ongoing schemes in order to address problems for ensuring completion of the projects with standard on special directives of Balochistan Chief Minister and Balochistan Chief Secretary, aiming to facilitate people in the rural areas.

He also directed officials concerned to monitor ongoing development projects to timely complete them with quality so that people would get advantages of them after conclusion of projects in their areas, saying no negligence would be tolerated in this regard.

He also inspected under construction restaurant in Chitouk and instructed relevant officials to complete its work soon and it was also responsibility of administrations to ensure protection of tourism Maula for increasing tourism.

Commissioner Kalat Division also ordered officials concerned to make PC-1 of four walls of restaurant for approval of relevant department.

Commissioner also took notice of absent teachers and expressed his concerns while strict directive was issued that action would be taken against those teachers who were absent from their duties long time, saying they were playing students of futures.

Published in The Express Tribune, January 11th, 2020.


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