Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal has been apprised about the Sports Department’s plan for the construction of 12 mini sports complexes in densely populated districts of the province.
He was chairing a meeting on Wednesday over the progress of proposed development projects for the next financial year 2021-22 budget.
The provincial chief executive was informed that the mini sports complexes will be constructed along the lines of Gwadar-style cricket stadiums at beautiful places of the province.
CM Kamal termed the plan as ideal and much needed for the largest province of Pakistan.
The progress on the approval of the concept papers was reviewed in detail during the meeting. The meeting was informed in a briefing by the Building Department that plans have been proposed for construction of medium-sized district complexes at large and town level in the districts for the next financial year while offices and residential facilities for settlement officers at divisional headquarters are also part of the plan.
A plan was also made for the provision of plans to build buildings for law enforcement agencies in the annual development programme.
Published in The Express Tribune, May 28th, 2021.
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