CM Jam lays foundation stone of Samungli Flyover
Development and peace of Balochistan both important so wherever the Government’s support needed in development projects for security purposes we would fully cooperate.
Chief Minister Balochistan Mir Jam Kamal Khan said completion of ongoing communication projects would be opened new era of progress in province while in this regard, works of construction projects from Gwadar to Kohlu were underway for provision of transportation facilities to masses.
He expressed these views while addressing at a ceremony to lay foundation stone of Samungli Flyover project here in Quetta. Provincial ministers and member of provincial assembly (MPAs), Air Vice Marshal, Ghulam Abbas Guhmman and other Senior Officials were present on the occasion.
Chief Minister said there was development process in the area where common people could get beneficial and completion of Samungli Flyover projects would provide better facilities of transportation to people of nearby areas.
“Progress of Balochistan and peace are significant and provincial government will need cooperation of security forces for completion of development processes”, he said adding work of uplift projects was also expedited due to improving of law and order situation in Balochistan.
Jam Kamal said that the development and peace of Balochistan were both important so wherever the provincial government’s support is needed in the development projects for security purposes we would fully cooperate.
He said that after improvement in law and order situation of the province there is no area in the province where the development process is interrupted due to security or any other reason.
He said Samungli Air Base was important for defense of country’s borders as well as its unique location and attractive landscapes which was also significant for Balochistan and appreciated efforts of Air Base in this regard.
Earlier, Base Commander Air Commodore Zubair Ahmed briefed the Chief Minister Balochistan regarding same project and said Samungli Flyover scheme was worth of Rs 260 million which would be completed till June 2021.