Anything that goes against Balochistan will not be accepted: Abdul Malik

Balochistan chief minister says government looking at all projects in detail.

Web Desk July 18, 2013
Dr Malik Baloch. PHOTO: FILE

QUETTA: Anything that would go against Balochistan and its people is unacceptable, Balochistan Chief Minister Abdul Malik told media on Thursday, Express News reported.

He said that the Balochistan government would continue to think for the benefit of the Balochistan people, be it a mega project or any other project, as it has done so in the past.

He said that the government was looking at all projects in detail.

Malik said that the federal government has been asked to complete two electricity lines, one from Dera Ghazi Khan and the other from Dadu to Khuzdar, within one year. These will add 600-700 megawatts of electricity, he said.

The Balochistan chief minister said that the federal government has also been asked to complete the four roads in Balochistan within two years.


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Ghareeb Adami | 9 years ago | Reply

These are the people who are playing with the fate of the people of Balochistan. They should be taken care of by law and the concerned Political party, so that their image is not further tarnished right in the beginning of their kingship.

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