Gwadar Port is linked to the socio-economic growth of Baluchistan
Islamabad: According to EL news reports, Acting Speaker of the National Assembly Qasim Khan Suri claimed that the socio-economic growth of Balochistan is intertwined with Gwadar Port. He also stated that the province’s residents would profit from the early completion of the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) projects.
The acting speaker also told the crowd at Parliament House that the current fiscal budget is being created for the people’s welfare and that significant funds have been set aside for the province’s growth.
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The provincial government’s actions will contribute to the region’s long-term growth. According to Governor Agha, the government of Baluchistan is devoted to bringing beneficial improvements to the province.
Highways play an essential role in economic development, according to Senate Chairman Muhammad Sadiq Sanjarani. In addition, it will assist in raising people’s living standards. The chairman was informed of the province’s ongoing initiatives by officials from the National Highways Authority (NHA). The following are the specifics:
- Mr Sadiq will open the 103-kilometer Naukandi-Mashkhel Road on August 10th.
- In October, work on the Ziarat-BalaNosh-Dalbandin motorway will begin.
Trees should also be planted on both sides of the highway, according to the chairman. He further stated that the highway network would change the fate of Baluchistan, as it is a significant province.
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