Network of roads being laid to make communication system more effective: Chief Minister Balochistan

Jam Kamal reiterates his government’s resolve to ensure timely completion of development projects in province

 

The Chief Minister Balochistan, Jam Kamal Khan has stated that the provincial government is laying the network of roads all over the province to make the communication system effective.

The construction of quality and sustainable roads would help enhance the mutual coordination. It would also help materialize the dream of obvious prosperity in the province.

This and similar views were expressed by the Chief Minister while speaking on occasion of the inspection of under completion two-way 44 kilometer road being built from Nawan Killi cross to Baleli Bypass.

The Advisor to Chief Minister for Excise and Taxation, Malik Naeem Khan Bazai, Parliamentary Secretary Mir Sikandar Umrani, Dhanesh Kumar, Mobin Khan Khilji, Additional Chief Secretary Planning and Development, Abdul Rehman Buzdar and other concerned high ups were also present.

The Chief Minister said that various roads would be built to ensure smooth flow of traffic in the Quetta city.

He on the occasion directed to the concerned authorities to ensure timely completion of the development projects particularly those in the communication sector.

It would help ensure provision of better facilities to the people at their doorstep, adding he believed.

He also said that the construction of roads would also help generate employments in the province besides promoting the economic activities.

He said that the government is also serious in developing the western bypass very soon. While on the other hand, new roads are also being constructed in Sariab area, he added.

Moreover, one phase of the joint road has also been completed successfully while the work is continued on construction of the Sabzal road. He said that although it would take time to complete development projects but the government would ensure timely execution of these projects.

He said that the government also believes in taking practical steps to facilitate masses.